Oh fuck off.LiQuid wrote:The gameboy has the greatest sound chip in the history of video games.
That's why I carried books with me instead. And saved the video gaming for my nice comfy, properly lit house.LiQuid wrote:Before the gameboy the best option we had were these fucking dumpsters.
Yes. Yes I can.LiQuid wrote:You can't say something like "if you don't care about portability" the gameboy sucked
Yes. Full video games, that were worse than the ones I was already playing.LiQuid wrote:because the fact that you could play FULL video games on a machine that fit in your pocket in the 80s was fucking unheard of. It was fucking sorcery.
DarthEnder wrote:Oh fuck off.LiQuid wrote:The gameboy has the greatest sound chip in the history of video games.
If you mean any 1 or 2 of them, sure. If you mean all 3, then you're a dumb dummy that's dumb and also shitty.LiQuid wrote:Find 2 games in there to drop for Tetris Attack and Demon Crest and we're in business. I say all 3 Mega man X games are expendable.
Yeah, but there's no way it wouldn't be on there. Donkey Kong is too important a character to Nintendo.LiQuid wrote:Donkey Kong Country too. Those games are shit.
Honestly, I never even heard of that series until well after the 16-bit era.kenzo wrote:No Harvest Moon? Shame.
DarthEnder wrote:I'm actually with Adam on this one. Why would you listen to the soundtrack to a musical before seeing the musical? It would spoil the shit out of the musical.
Right, which you can do indefinitely after seeing the play and not spoil the narrative.GiantAsianMan wrote:But at the same time, the songs should be good enough to where if you remove the story, the songs are still listenable and enjoyable.
DarthEnder wrote:Also, if the Han Solo movie can do for "12 parsecs" what Rogue One did for the Death Star flaw, then I'm all in.
It's not about "fixing" the mistake. It's about coming up with an explanation so that it doesn't need to be fixed.GiantAsianMan wrote:They already doubled-down on that mistake in Force Awakens, so I wouldn't hold your breath.
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