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...despite that, I always thought it should say starring Yae... OVERVIEW: Probably the best gaming series that hasn't been seen on recent game systems - in the west if not worldwide - the Goemon series showed up in Japan early on the Famicom and the Super Famicom before appearing on the N64 and a few Gamecube titles before fading into obscurity. I have a hard time believing that the characters simply lost popularity - by all rights, Goemon was practically more famous than Mario for a time on the islands of the rising sun. (Then again, they really altered the characters in recent memory.) The lead altruistic character was named after a legendary figure of Edo history, set in the same period despite modern advances, and equipped with the same weapon of the era, the kiseru - better known as a pipe. Curiously, he's only seen smoking it in a few rare scenes that never appeared on games in the west. To date, there have been almost twenty games released that feature characters from
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One boy has no fairy... Navi, bring him to me... OVERVIEW: November 21st, 1998 was a legendary Satuday if ever there was one. For Zelda fans who had been there since the start, it was a day that we had waited for ever since seeing footage at E3 as early as 1995 that, as news continued to come out throughout the years like an IV line, continued to whet the world's appetite for what has been described as the greatest game of all time, though history would not label it as such. Its significance, however, should never be understated as a game that not only defined 3D games for decades to come, but also revolutionized the Zelda series - think about that for a moment when you consider that Zelda has been the innovator and the standard that most games aspire to. Although it was hardly the first game to earn enough interest to have preorders, the game had over half a million preorders sold prior to its release. These were sold at Gamestop, Funcoland, Best Buy, Babbages, Toys 'R Us and
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Is it ironic that it is a Netflix exclusive? Really, how meta is that? In 1994, there were 9000 stores worldwide. The term 'blockbuster night' or even 'blockbuster date' meant a cheesy pair of films, a pizza or a pint of Kung Pow chicken, and a bag of microwave popcorn with a side of Junior Mints. Other stores that adopted its model included Adventures in Video, Hollywood Video, Movie Stop, Movie Max, Mr. Movies - there were more but dammit if I can't remember the names right off hand. The era began around the early 80s - 1985 or so, which means I'm almost as old as the industry itself - and is all but over, save for one last stalwart bastian. Blockbuster Video. During my childhood, the nearest store was Adventures in Video. It was a big store, located in a stripmall on Nicollet, next to a Little Ceasar's Pizza, a hardware store, Arnold's Hamburger Grill, a DQ, and a little ice cream parlor named Moppo's. I'd argue that it opened about 1983 or so - maybe earlier, I can't
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Interested in helping me w/ my outline for my mermaid movie?

Sure! Note me with any details you'd like to discuss.

Just sent ya a note. Hope you love it.

Thank you for the fave!

Mermay 2020

Love em; I fave every nevermermaid that is drawn awesomely.