I am a guy!
As much as I'd like to take credit for the episode about Virtua Fighter, that was actually a Saturnology episode not D-Ported. Thanks for the semi-shout out though!
6 days, 12 hours ago on 032 – The Eric Bailey Half Time Show
Gosh now I need a Genesis, now more than ever. Steiney, get me a Genesis.
1 week ago on Star Trek: The Next Generation
Just checked my calendar....indeed it is not April 1st. Hurray! I wonder if they will replace some of the music since that is what was supposedly keeping it from being released.
1 month ago on EarthBound coming to Wii U Virtual Console
Also, when I first heard "Tanuki" I thought you'd like it for some reason. You and Nintendo just go hand in hand I suppose/
1 month, 1 week ago on Paperboy
@SpaceKappa Well...you see....I got nothin'. We just disagree :) But thanks for watching!
@NintendoLegend I am glad you are aware of Heath. He needs more exposure. And the term "book of knowledge" is just too good not to use!
I was the ONE who voted for purple turtles. Purple Turtles til death.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on 029 – Death by Canada
@SpaceKappa @NintendoLegend the best kind of correct!
2 months ago on Episode Seven – Space Raiders (Nintendo GameCube)
*ahem* Final Fantasy 3 has been ported to iOS, Android and PSP, (they're all the same version as the DS one though) just sayin'
2 months ago on 027 – Purple Turtles
According to a internet search I just did...the human body is made up of 60% water...I don't remember the context of the original claim, but I thought I'd get back on the case for you guys (as a fact checker)
2 months ago on 026 – Jim the Dolphin
Excellent! I'll be looking forward to future articles.
2 months, 1 week ago on The Goomba
I only know the definition of regicide thanks to the Simpsons.
"You've entered the code for regicide. If you know the name of the King or Queen being murdered..."
Thanks Mr. Groening.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on 025 – Robot Games
Hurray! Now to get an Android phone, which I was going to anyways soon.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on 1 More Castle: The Android App
#11 on why I like the retro gaming community. The breadth of knowledge and experience for every retro gamer is just a little different and that is awesome.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Spontaneous Sentimentality: Quantifying the Retro Game Mystique
@NintendoLegend you guys have gotten to good in your self fact checking, rendering me useless ;)
2 months, 3 weeks ago on 010 – What year is it?!
Don't you love the headless dude at the finish line?
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Paperboy NES Review – Predicting Robotic Lawnmowers 20 Years Early
I really enjoyed the conversation about game preservation. As much as I like running games on the original hardware, it is a sad fact at it won't be around forever. I really enjoy the arcade compilations that companies put out, like the Namco Museum, Midway Arcade Treasures, etc. Also I love that GOG.com has been making old computer games "Mac compatible by making custom DOSbox apps (Made with http://boxerapp.com/) It lets us Mac users in on some of the DOS love.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Fuzzy Math: Math you can cuddle up with
Read this over my lunch break, I may have gotten fatter reading this.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Atari Poop – Fast Food
(by programmed I mean there was like a few copies of the game and it wasn't widely distributed)
2 months, 4 weeks ago on FC5025: The Mystery of the Blue Disk
I think the proper disk drive order is cassette deck, 5.25 inch floppy then DVD drive :) My family had a veritable library of floppy disks at our disposal (like many in the late 80s/early 90s I suppose) and one of them contained a very simple game entitled "Kill Dan", don't go searching for it though I believe one of my dad's friends programmed it. The game consisted solely of you the player pressing a button and sending arrows flying across the screen to kill Dan (what else?) but Dan was not present on screen, the arrows would fly across and hit him off screen and he would yell something like "Ouch my knee", or "You got me in the chest". I won't say it is among the greatest games, but just a bit of evidence that you never know what you'll find on a good ole floppy disk.