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Blasts from My Past

Getting ready to attend my 20th high school reunion (and to drool over the just-announced Mutant Chronicles Collectible Miniatures Game from Eric Lang and Fantasy Flight) has made me a bit nostalgic. To see if you’re on the same wavelength with me, I present two amazing bits of clever webbery:

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  1. You know, I was doing just fine today. No “Oh my God I’m 35 nostalgia.” That is until I watched the Jump video. From Donkey Kong (which was reknowned for its amazing graffics when it came out) to Yi Ar Kung Fu my youth flashed before my eyes.

    Thanks.

    Now I will have to challenge you to a Karate Champ duel if you come down for Gen Con LA.

  2. You know, I was doing just fine today. No “Oh my God I’m 35 nostalgia.” That is until I watched the Jump video. From Donkey Kong (which was reknowned for its amazing graffics when it came out) to Yi Ar Kung Fu my youth flashed before my eyes.

    Thanks.

    Now I will have to challenge you to a Karate Champ duel if you come down for Gen Con LA.

  3. No way, Christian. It’s Galaga or nothing. I have Namco Museum for the Xbox just so I can play that game. If I could only get the original Donkey Kong on that machine too, I’d be thrilled, but of course Nintendo would never let it happen.

    As for the Star Wars thing, Brian, it’s given me a new appreciation for Journey. Who knew the two things had such a solid connection? 😉

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    No way, Christian. It’s Galaga or nothing. I have Namco Museum for the Xbox just so I can play that game. If I could only get the original Donkey Kong on that machine too, I’d be thrilled, but of course Nintendo would never let it happen.

    As for the Star Wars thing, Brian, it’s given me a new appreciation for Journey. Who knew the two things had such a solid connection? 😉

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