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  3. This is a frustrating picture to look at because I remember this ad. I don't remember the game it belonged to (I don't think it was Dead Space), but I am not finding it in the scans I have. It has to be around 2005 - 2009 timeframe. My brain also thinks it remembers that there is also a two page ad spread for this as well. At the time I subscribed to GamePro, EGM and the Official Xbox Magazine, so it is going to be in one of those three magazines. I did a Google and Bing image search and I was not able to see any references to this.
  4. I had to look this game up. Apparently this is an Atari 7800 homebrew game that had custom cartridges made for it and is now being released on Steam. This would have been an interesting game to have in the 80's because the mechanics are different than anything Atari was putting out on the console at the time. Most of those real 80's - 90's titles are more difficult than anything that has been released afterward. No health bars, one hit one kill with pixel precision. The input systems were not as comfortable and I don't think they were as responsive as today.
  5. They did a really impressive job building up the characters for the last 11 years and now that Disney owns all of the franchises, I look forward to seeing their next phase of films. I think an ending I would like is some kind of event that leads into "Secret War" which provides a movie-canon way of joining everyone together.
  6. Saint Seiya: Ōgon Densetsu - Kanketsu Hen (聖闘士星矢 黄金伝説 完結編 - lit. Saint Seiya: Golden Legend - Final Chapter - commonly referred to as Saint Seiya 2) is a mixture of side-scrolling action and RPG segments developed by Tose and published by Bandai for the Famicom on May 30, 1988.
  7. 15th Anniversary Artbook 280 pgs, July 2003
  8. Here's a rather obscure guide for the 1990 RPG Tunnels & Trolls - Crusaders Of Khazan. https://archive.org/details/TunnelsTrollsCrusadersOfKhazanHandbook I never played this game and really have no idea if it's any good, but I DO very clearly remember the ad for the game and the box art, which featured a giant winged more-or-less naked chick: Somehow, I suspect I would have no recollection whatsover of the game if they had used the artwork from the Japanese guide instead. Giant naked lady or horseman of death? To be honest, it's absolutely shocking that Japan eschewed giant boobs for something tasteful. Clearly 1990 was a different time...
  9. RT @CiriousMuscle: Shortish vid about anxiety https://t.co/GOdqeDhnlO

  10. Tunnels & Trolls: Crusaders of Khazan is a computer adaptation of the tabletop role-playing game Tunnels and Trolls, developed and published by New World Computing in 1990 for DOS, FM Towns, PC-88 and PC-98. The game was an international production, designed and directed in the US but programmed in Japan. 256 pgs, August 1990
  11. I made a video of a glitch in Sonic Adventure 2 that strangely depicts accurately the current state of my "career p… https://t.co/uE655LH09T

  12. A little update. As Raging Fighter was released in 1993 for the Game Boy, the issue it appears in will be narrowed down to that year. I believe it after issue 10, but it very could have have been issue 13 based on the details in the database here that lists it in that issue in the Game Genie/Swap Shop.
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