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the end - Trio the Punch (Data East - arcade - 1990)

It is truly worth suffering through this game just to see this bizarre ending. First you kill a dog (“WHAT? CRUETY”), then a butterfly (“YEAH?”), and finally a dove (“WIN WIN”). “YOU FIGURED IT OUT”, it says, as the eyes below the surface are revealed. But what, exactly, have you figured out?

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splitscreengaming:

Retro City Rampage coming to XBLA on January 2
Vblank Entertainment’s tribute to everything retro, Retro City Rampage, will finally see release on the Xbox Live Arcade courtesy of D3 Publisher. It will be 1200 Microsoft Points (around $15/£10) and will feature a bit of an update over the version released on the North American PSN with extra polish and tuning being the main upgrades, obviously this will be patched into the original version. 
The press release revealing this news also reveals that both the WiiWare and European PSN marketplaces will also be getting the game in January, no specific date was given.

splitscreengaming:

Retro City Rampage coming to XBLA on January 2

Vblank Entertainment’s tribute to everything retro, Retro City Rampage, will finally see release on the Xbox Live Arcade courtesy of D3 Publisher. It will be 1200 Microsoft Points (around $15/£10) and will feature a bit of an update over the version released on the North American PSN with extra polish and tuning being the main upgrades, obviously this will be patched into the original version. 

The press release revealing this news also reveals that both the WiiWare and European PSN marketplaces will also be getting the game in January, no specific date was given.




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insanelygaming:

Bioshock Lego Statue

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classyraptor:

The King of Red Lions always seemed like a father figure to Link when I played Wind Waker for the first time. With that, I feel like they also had those awkward father-son moments like this one haha.

classyraptor:

The King of Red Lions always seemed like a father figure to Link when I played Wind Waker for the first time. With that, I feel like they also had those awkward father-son moments like this one haha.


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thelastmonkey:

Happy Xmas! 
(Image for Pixelsmil.com)

thelastmonkey:

Happy Xmas! 

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Portable SNES



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fuckyeahtattoos:

Nick- 
First tattoo from heroes and ghost in Richmond Va
I love Zelda and Nintendo

fuckyeahtattoos:

Nick- 

First tattoo from heroes and ghost in Richmond Va

I love Zelda and Nintendo


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mtgfan:

Stasis - by Fay Jones


Is there a story behind the artwork?


In an question asked to Mark Rosewater, head designer of Wizards of the Coast’s popular trading card game Magic the Gathering, he replied as such:


Actually it’s quite a good story. Fay Jones was a famous established artist. Alpha [ed. note: the name of this particular set of Magic cards] was painted mostly by local art school students. How then was Fay Jones convinced to illustrate a card? The answer is that she did it as a favor for her nephew - Richard Garfield.
Yes, Fay Jones was Richard’s aunt and she did an illustration as a way to support her nephew [who is the creator of Magic the Gathering].


Since then, Jones work has been featured in over 100 solo and group exhibitions, and is included in the collections of the Seattle Art Museum, the Portland Art Museum, the Tacoma Art Museum, and the Boise Museum of Art.

mtgfan:

Stasis - by Fay Jones

Is there a story behind the artwork?

In an question asked to Mark Rosewater, head designer of Wizards of the Coast’s popular trading card game Magic the Gathering, he replied as such:

Actually it’s quite a good story. Fay Jones was a famous established artist. Alpha [ed. note: the name of this particular set of Magic cards] was painted mostly by local art school students. How then was Fay Jones convinced to illustrate a card? The answer is that she did it as a favor for her nephew - Richard Garfield.

Yes, Fay Jones was Richard’s aunt and she did an illustration as a way to support her nephew [who is the creator of Magic the Gathering].

Since then, Jones work has been featured in over 100 solo and group exhibitions, and is included in the collections of the Seattle Art Museum, the Portland Art Museum, the Tacoma Art Museum, and the Boise Museum of Art.