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139ArticlepikachuloverWhen Pokemon came out what really surprised me was that my high school embraced the fad. It was mostly followed by Freshman and Sophomores.  Jan 14, 2013View
231ArticleRetrosc7Pokemon still held its own throughout the '00s and like you said is still popular in the '10s (the games at least are selling well). Once a franchise has maintained a level of fame like Pokemon has for FIFTEEN years, it's not really just a 'fad' anymore. It's closer to being a 'classic' (with the 90s and maybe the early 2000s being the 'golden years') that now has its own place in history with the likes of Mario and other long-lasting franchises.Article Classic: The Pok'emon FadJan 30, 2013View
31VideoVaporman87This is one reason why I believe Burton's Batman was the first real super-commercialized film in America. Yeah, Star Wars was big too. But man, Batman was just EVERYWHERE at the time.Batman Diet Coke CommercialDec 11, 2012View
38VideoVaporman87400 locations... in Canada... in 1971? That just seems impossible. Kentucky Fried Chicken - 1971Dec 11, 2012View
40VideoMr MagicI don't know. It seems possible to me. Kentucky Fried Chicken - 1971Dec 11, 2012View
105ArticleVaporman87Never heard of this game before, but the options make it sound like it was ahead of it's time. I had a similar feeling about Road Rash. A depth to the game that kept you coming back. Nice read, ProphetSword. Thanks for that.Classic Games: The Great American Cross Country Road RaceDec 30, 2012View
108ArticleVaporman87Foul! Foul! ;)Classic Games: The Great American Cross Country Road RaceDec 31, 2012View
106ArticleBenjanimeit's a breath of fresh air in seeing games mentioned that aren't talked about as often as many other usual ones out there. great article!Classic Games: The Great American Cross Country Road RaceDec 30, 2012View
107ArticleProphetSwordI probably should point out before someone tries to call foul that this is an article/review I originally wrote back in 2002 for the Lemon Commodore 64 webpage (and you'll notice their address is included in the pictures). I am the author, I didn't steal it. Just wanted to make sure that people are aware of that. Classic Games: The Great American Cross Country Road RaceDec 31, 2012View
114ArticleAceNThaHoleDoes remind me of Outrun. That was one of my fav racing games.Classic Games: The Great American Cross Country Road RaceJan 02, 2013View