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5590ArticleMr MagicAll people have to do is play it and they'll see why it was and is such a huge hit! Live it, breathe it, experience it, people! Jan 21, 2022View
5589ArticleVaporman87Ahh. I feel safer within my winterproof fort already. I have known of the curious case of hot Dr Pepper for quite some time. As my favorite soda, it definitely boggles the mind to think of it being gulped down like a coffee. My grandmother left us a few boxes of recipes pulled from magazines of her time containing recipes like you mention that really make you scratch your head. Who thought of these things?! Who would have eaten them? Blech! Though, once in a while, I'd come across one that sounded sort of edible. As for reading, I've been in and out of the world of Olympic Vista (via the Olympic Vista Chronicles), with the first of a series, "Yesterday's Gone" by Kelly Pawlik. It's been a satisfactory defense against the snow and ice. Surviving the Long, Cold Winter Part II: Further FortificationsJan 20, 2022View
5588ArticleVaporman87That's awesome that there is a restored new version being released. It seems there are several companies out there buying up retro properties that were maybe not large scale hits, but have enough of a following to warrant new merch. I recently saw that the folks behind the "Toys That Made Us" series are rereleasing Robo Force? I rest my case. LOLRemembering The Omega VirusJan 20, 2022View
5587Articleonipar@ben, I hear ya. I think when I wasn't using games to cope, it was music, art, and reading. But I also used/use video games the same way.Super Smash Bros. Melee: Star Studded SequelJan 15, 2022View
5586ArticleBenjanime@onipar video games were mandatory for me really, even in high school i needed them to cope with what was going on in my life at the time, so i'm glad i could keep getting consoles as the years rolled by, i just wish they didn't have to get replaced to have the money for more.Super Smash Bros. Melee: Star Studded SequelJan 15, 2022View
5585ArticleBenjanime@onipar honestly it's my favorite time to go, sadly i don't think it has the same impact as it did when i was a kid, but still nice to see a new generation of kids getting excited to go on a mall santa's lap to ask for gifts :)My introduction to holidays at the mallJan 15, 2022View
5584ArticleoniparTo this day, I still regret on missing over a decade of gaming. I don't know exactly why, but some time after the Genesis/Super Nintendo era (around 1995-ish?), I lost interest in video games. I'd still play my old ones now and then, but mostly I was out doing other stuff. I completely missed the N64, PlayStation, GameCube, and PlayStation 2 lifecycles (except for a small amount of time with Crash Team Racing in college). After college I lived with roommates who owned an Xbox, which is what got me back into the gaming life, but it still wasn't until a few years later when I finally bought my first system since the Genesis: The PS3. Super Smash Bros. Melee: Star Studded SequelJan 15, 2022View
5583ArticleoniparWow, very comprehensive article, good stuff. I really didn't watch much Scooby Doo, even as a kid. One of these days I'll maybe go back and watch some. 5 Times Scooby-Doo Met Real MonstersJan 15, 2022View
5582ArticleoniparWow, great stuff here! You know, it's funny, but I also dug out my old photos this Christmas to look through. What's awesome about your pictures if that your parents actually had you pose with the gifts. Unfortunately, even though I have TONS of pictures from Christmases past, very few actually show the presents. They're always of right before the presents were opened, or completely obscuring what the presents were. Oh well, awesome article! Retro Christmas Memories: Reclaimed!Jan 15, 2022View
5581ArticleoniparGood stuff! Haha, and great picture. :-p I actually *only* got to go to the mall around Christmas (until we moved from Brooklyn in 1993). Around the holidays my dad would drive us out to the Rockaway Mall, and yeah, all of my memories of the mall at that time were Christmas-related. Malls and Christmas went hand-in-hand until my teens. My introduction to holidays at the mallJan 15, 2022View