johndarnielle:

obscurevideogames:

Sonic Wings Limited (Video System/Visco - arcade - 1996)

oh man this looks like an aero fighters build with maybe some xevious action thrown in I know my true players hear me on this


It’s hard to see a game with “sonic” in the title and not owned by Saga.

johndarnielle:

obscurevideogames:

Sonic Wings Limited (Video System/Visco - arcade - 1996)

oh man this looks like an aero fighters build with maybe some xevious action thrown in I know my true players hear me on this

It’s hard to see a game with “sonic” in the title and not owned by Saga.

(Source: thiima)

markjl:


this is how i flirt



AWWWW! That’s SOOO sweat. I wish someone say that to me!

markjl:

this is how i flirt

AWWWW! That’s SOOO sweat. I wish someone say that to me!

hipster-animals:

EVERY* drawing on this tumblr is now up for sale on society6 as a print. Some also available as shirts, hoodies, tote bags, iPhone cases, and (for some reason) throw pillows. 

http://society6.com/DynaMoe

___

*not every. I’m missing a couple.

I really like the designs on these.
tinycartridge:


M&L: Dream Team, and beating the Gold Beanie
[With Mario & Luigi: Dream Team releasing today today, contributor Francesco Dagostino looks at the care AlphaDream put into the 3DS RPG by examining one of its surprisingly complex encounters that players will want to master.]
I’ve spent the last couple of hours obsessively playing Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, repeating the same battle over and over. It’s not a particularly fierce fight, and it’s not even compulsory; it’s just a chance encounter with the Marioi-esque equivalent of a Metal Slime. I’m sure Dragon Quest fans will understand why I’m so stubborn about killing this little guy: it’s not a matter of experience points or drops — though those help. It’s a matter of pride!
The monster is called a Gold Beanie, and as the name suggests, it’s a particularly precious, yet mischievous-looking, plant seed. One of the reasons I’m fighting this battle repeatedly is because Dream Team is a very interesting game at heart, challenging in the most fun way possible. It’s an RPG that incorporates numerous platformer elements to enrich the battle system and make it constantly unpredictable.
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tinycartridge:

M&L: Dream Team, and beating the Gold Beanie

[With Mario & Luigi: Dream Team releasing today today, contributor Francesco Dagostino looks at the care AlphaDream put into the 3DS RPG by examining one of its surprisingly complex encounters that players will want to master.]

I’ve spent the last couple of hours obsessively playing Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, repeating the same battle over and over. It’s not a particularly fierce fight, and it’s not even compulsory; it’s just a chance encounter with the Marioi-esque equivalent of a Metal Slime. I’m sure Dragon Quest fans will understand why I’m so stubborn about killing this little guy: it’s not a matter of experience points or drops — though those help. It’s a matter of pride!

The monster is called a Gold Beanie, and as the name suggests, it’s a particularly precious, yet mischievous-looking, plant seed. One of the reasons I’m fighting this battle repeatedly is because Dream Team is a very interesting game at heart, challenging in the most fun way possible. It’s an RPG that incorporates numerous platformer elements to enrich the battle system and make it constantly unpredictable.

Read More

funnyordie:

Dean Norris Spoils Everything Else

Dean Norris (Hank from ‘Breaking Bad’) spoils everything else for you so you can focus on the last 8 episodes.