Check out this old school Halloween costume. Can you guess what they are? If you can’t, I don’t blame ya. It took me a while too. Go past the break for a hint, if you need it. Read On
From last night’s all new South Park. So awesome.
And if you liked that, and what to cherish it where ever you go here are a few links for the mobile.
UPDATED: Clip from Southparkstudios.com. Viacom took down the longer version from YouTube. /sigh
FINALLY! A Disney movie that isn’t digitally animated. Don’t get me wrong, I love Pixar, but man, we needed a break from that stuff. Nostalgia is kicking in, a fully animated cartoon that includes character singing and dancing?! What more can a grown up ask for?!
It astonishes me how many of my friends don’t remember this 80′s classic. This cartoon was so crazy that even when I was I kid I used to stare at the TV and think WTF!? Are these guys serious? Thankfully yes, yes they were.
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Back in the 80′s, every boy wanted to be like a G.I. Joe. Fight evil, fly special jets, be armed with awesome weapons, and always be on the winning team. U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A! The show was so awesome back then because they always used state-of-the-art technology. I mean, they always fired lasers from their guns! That’s much more cooler than lame bullets, am I right?
The toys were even cooler. To pretend that you’re making you’re own episode or skit, just like they did in the commercials you would watch on Saturday mornings. Saying, “MOMMY! BUY ME THAT!”
But now, as I look back on this once great cartoon, I realize that real war isn’t all fun and games. Real people die in wars. In G.I. Joe, the enemies usually escaped out of their tanks before it was hit with a missile. So, no one actually dies. And now, G.I. Joe is coming back as a live action film. Read On
Classic beat ‘em ups used to litter various arcades back in the 90s. You couldn’t turn your head with running into a Battletoads or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade cabinet. And with the rise of services such as Xbox Live Arcade, the PlayStation Network Store and the Wii Virtual Console/Wiiware, such games have been brought back into the limelight.
When Konami’s 1989 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles graced its way onto Xbox Live Arcade, many wondered: would we see more? Well now, that question seems to have been answered with a revamped version of Konami’s follow up to the 1989 arcade game, 1991′s TMNT: Turtles in Time, for the Xbox Live Arcade.
Unveiled as part of the TMNT 25th Anniversary bus tour, the game appears to be in playable form. As an added bonus, the game has been revamped, rendered in 3D, though still retaining the same gameplay and style from the original version. No announcement has been made on when the game will be released but it would definitely be a welcome addition to XBLA.
And who knows? Maybe soon we’ll start seeing rereleases of that Uncanny X-Men arcade game or, my personal favorite, the old 1991 Simpsons game. Ah…one can dream.
As expected, the graphics for this game is lame because it’s on a Wii. But, Wii isn’t knownfor thier “cutting edge” HD graphics. Hopefully the game play will be fun.
This is the first time I’m seeing this. An idea so simple, yet super creative. I don’t think I can do something like this. Well, I could try, but stick figures might not have the same creative effect. =P
After looking at all of these photos, you’d think there would be an anime version of A-Ha’s “Take on me.”
Look who is joining the HD Band Wagon. You can chalk up another “Simpsons did it” for becoming one of the first primetime cartoons to go high definition. The first HD episode of the Simpsons will air toinght on FOX. (Check your local listings.) But not only that, they finally have a new intro segment. They haven’t had a new intro segment since 1989! Congrats to the Simpsons.