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5002ArticleVaporman87I actually preferred the Game Gear over the Game Boy for a variety of reasons, but mostly because it seemed to have more advanced graphics. Aug 15, 2019View
5005ArticleBenjanimewithout the power charger cable i think my parents would have been complaining left and right about constantly buying batteries lol, i enjoyed it more than the game boy myself!Remembering the Sega Game GearAug 15, 2019View
5012Articleechidna64My brother bought a Sega Nomad a couple years ago and it is awesome because you can play regular Genesis games. It is a brick tho lolRemembering the Sega Game GearAug 16, 2019View
5013ArticleBenjanimei always did want one of those, but they were so expensive at the time, if i recall they cost more than a game gear.Remembering the Sega Game GearAug 16, 2019View
5069Articleechidna64I really enjoy CTR! The drifting mechanics were really good, it's an overall tight racing game!Crash Team Racing: No red capped plumber hereOct 23, 2019View
5071ArticleBenjanimethanks for the comments, guys! :) i would easily place this upon a top 20 ps1 games list!Crash Team Racing: No red capped plumber hereOct 24, 2019View
5003ArticleVaporman87I had never heard of Rabbit Ears before you came along. This was a very thorough and interesting breakdown of it's history though. Nicely done!Rabbit Ears Productions: A RetrospectiveAug 15, 2019View
5007ArticleBenjanimewow, i thought this sounded familiar, it totally reminds me of shelly duvall's bedtime stories! this was a pretty neat in-depth look at rabbit ears and their work. great first article!Rabbit Ears Productions: A RetrospectiveAug 15, 2019View
5009Articleechidna64Well done! The John Henry film is my favorite version, I love the B.B. King score. Rabbit Ears Productions: A RetrospectiveAug 15, 2019View
5016ArticleRabbitearsblogThanks everyone! Glad you got the chance to see what this series is all about! I also agree that B.B. King's score in "John Henry" was probably the best part of the story!Rabbit Ears Productions: A RetrospectiveAug 18, 2019View