Friday, October 30, 2009
Her name also has some special significance to the proprietor of this little blog.
what is the name?
See the video below for a clue.
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
I originally saw it in the 80's on spanish television and later bought the VCD's (in Japanese with no subtitles) and eventually found the original Japanese DVD's with (thank God) english subtitles.
This post may be up only for a limited time due to the fact that I respect and admire Mr. Terasawa's work and I am posting this movie with the intent of sharing his creations with others.
If this offends or upsets Mr. Terasawa or if any one intends on releasing it to the US market, just shoot me an email and I'll take it down.
Now without further ado, enjoy episode 1 (Part 1 of 3) of the original series.
Monday, October 26, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Someone at CAPCOM is sucking on a crack pipe.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
(My apologies to Malformed )
As reported by Gamerlimit.com
GameStop director Leonard Riggio has sold 2.3 million shares in the US retailer, worth $60.2 million, which has lead to some analysts to predict that some tough times are ahead for the company, as the last time Riggio sold shares in 2007 he avoided making a 62% loss.
A spokeperson for GameStop told Barrons, that the shares were sold for tax planning reasons. However Alex Romayev from Form4Oracle noted that it looked as if Riggio lacked confidence in the company’s stock. He is also the founder and chairman of Barnes & Noble and holds a 31 per cent stake in the firm valued at around $369.1 million. Alex commented that “unless he desperately needs USD 60 million, he’s got a lot bigger stake in Barnes & Noble. Clearly he thinks selling GameStop is better than selling Barnes & Noble.”
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Imagine online bike fighting on the highway ala Akira!
"That Pea Brain!"
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Don't get me wrong, I still own one with a lot of "backups" but it's Moth balled in my closet. I packed it up to keep dust and insects out of it in the hopes of putting together a kick ass entertainment room someday.
Until then all I have are memories....sniff...
( and a PS3 with a 500gb Hard Drive, built in WI-FI and access to hundreds of free demos )
But until I get Street Fighter 3 : 3rd Strike HD on the PSN, I'll still have a reason to keep my Dreamcast.
I'm very tempted to go with something nerdy like the following:
I know it's not practical for a guy with a wife and kid, But the Zaku green and the Zeon logo is boss!