This week’s flea market finds included:
- More Stuff
i need a cm punk retrieval arc on raw
VHS of The Miami Avenger aka Nasty Hero (Nick Barwood, 1989)
It’s pretty easy to get excited at the prospect of an unreleased, rarely heard song by an artist you love, until you listen to it and realize they probably didn’t release it for a good goddamn reason.
I dunno man, I like raw shit that might be unpolished, sometimes more than I like shit that’s “perfect”
And the reason they cut it might be it wasn’t going how they wanted it, but that doesn’t mean it’s not going in the direction I want it to go in.
musings on adulthood and maturity below…
I got most of that out of my system when I was a teenager. These days I’m too busy worrying about my crippling depression, my complete lack of income, my entirely too low sales numbers of my albums, and why one of my cats keeps peeing in places she shouldn’t be.
I’d love to have the luxury to sit around and muse about the universe but fuck, man, I gotta clean my fucking house tomorrow, I ain’t got time for that shit anymore
Used in Toys & Hobbies, Trading Card Games, Pokemon
Want a first-run Blastoise? Now’s your shot. 300+ cards in this lot. Buy someone else’s nostalgia!
THIS FANART IS EVERYTHING I HAVE EVER WANTED OUT OF LIFE I CANNOT BELIEVE IT EXISTS HOLD ME I’M DYING FROM LAUGHTER AND AMAZING
Platform: NEC PC, Sega Saturn, PS One
Release date: 1994
DLC WASN’T DONE THAT WAY GOD DAMN IT
Maybe shitty money-grubbing companies started to do that shit but, okay, here’s the thing
In the old days when shit wasn’t finished but the fucking deadline was coming up they would just go
"Fuck it, that’s not going to get done, lop it the fuck off"
Like did you know fucking Kraid was going to be in Metroid Prime? But it wasn’t gonna be ready in time so he wasn’t.
What if while the rest of the game was being packaged and released they could have added that back in and had you pay a small fee? ($15 is too much for most DLC honestly)
Not just that but developers have been making new content for old games and charging money for it for YEARS; it’s just that back in the day it was called an “expansion pack” or “mission pack” and was sold separately
Like did you know Doom 2 is just Doom 1 with new levels and enemies? They run entirely on the same fucking engine. Wolfenstein 3D had a 21-level “sequel” called Spear of Destiny that was basically just more levels with some new bosses. Quake had Dissolution of Eternity and Scourge of Armagon; Quake 2 had Ground Zero or whatever it was called. (I never played that one.) Duke3D had the “Atomic Edition” with a 4th episode. Doom 1 even got a second release with a 4th episode as well.