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I’m currently in the middle of my bi-yearly ‘reminisce about Ragnarok Online’ phase, and I’ve just found out that the creator of Ragnarok Online and his studio are making a kind of sort of spiritual sequel to the game called Tree of Savior.

I say kind of sort of because it looks more like an action RPG, and apparently combat is done entirely with the keyboard.  As far as the aesthetic goes however, it’s basically somewhere between the original Ragnarok Online and a Vanillaware game.  They’re even getting the old sound team to do the soundtrack.

It’s me, I’m the middle schooler getting hyped about an MMO.

So Bridget bought Art Academy: SketchPad for the Wii U

If I wasn’t sure that at least sixty of you were tumblr bots this would be something resembling an accomplishment

We got us a Wii U

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If you want to add me you can go ahead and add Wreckscalibur

Now I gotta go help Bridget unlock everything in Mario Kart 8

I’ve always been interested by old portable ports of console games.  Honestly, the gaps in power and memory were so much larger back then I can’t really call it a port; they were pretty much whole new games.

In some cases I kind of prefer the portable version; they were usually made after the console version came out, so they had time to either refine the game or add something new, like the whole RPG section in Mario Golf.  Then again, in a lot of cases the gameplay would lose something compared to the console version, unless it was something mostly turn based.  Incidentally, three of the four examples I posted here are turn based games.  I haven’t played much of the pocket King of Fighters games, but I know people liked those too.

Up until this picture I never knew Falcon had a gun

Like, I knew he had that pouch there, but I didn’t see it as a holster or anything.

But as I go back

Through the ages

It’s always been there

I have shamed myself as an F-Zero fan

rude

wake up sheeple

Happy 1000th birthday tumblr

Happy Sam the Eagle Day