One thing that I find interesting about the human condition is; right now I'm currently listening to music, and it sounds loud to me, despite my volume only being at 32%. Meanwhile, I distinctly remember thinking to myself that '52% sounded too quiet' just this morning.
the nexrt thing i saw, fat albert was on screen, but je looked too far realistic for NES.
"hey hey hey, you're gonna die kid" i dident believe my ears, that was some crisp audio? not even bitcrushed at all! what was going on here???
Could we please change the name of the Haha reaction back to "Funny"
There are so many different tiers of amusement, both above and below that which would accompany a "haha". Obviously, this goes for WF post reactions, too and also, "haha" next to the cry-laughing emoji looks really dumb
does anyone know how I can get my hands on the old Android emoji's, the ones they've apparently gotten rid of in favor of some more universal (read: bland) updates? I've got some Lo-Res JPEG's on my PC already, but I want HQ copies if I can get them. These loser journalist sites are somehow able to get them, so how do I do that?
One of my favorite le monke moments of the gaming industry was when Rare was showing off their working prototype for Donkey Kong Country, and the executives went over and checked to make sure they weren't cheating by having a hidden IBM computer behind the scenes running SAWCH STUHNNING AWNBELIEVABLE GREAPHICS
I wonder where that mini-trope of Volcano music using Xylophones comes from. Not even Marimbas (because obviously that's due to Hawaii being a thing), but xylophones specifically. I've heard this phenomenon from two completely unrelated games, and I'm sure they're not the only ones that do this.
You know-- it wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if at least one of the songs from Wario Land: Shake It! was inspired by Duran Duran. In particular Electric Barbarella feels like it could work as the Exploration theme for that one futuristic level.
One of my favorite little things you see in video games is when the terminology is very obviously just a real-life English word with some bits sawed off or changed to a different letter. Metroid is the prime example, here. Crateria = Criteria, Varia = Variant/Variable (in reference to its all-purpose environmental capability), and like, Norfair is literally just "Not fair" but someone's finger was a couple millimeters too far left of the T key.
Track unrelated No, that pun actually wasn't done on purpose-- the fact that it was coincidental is the reason I'm keeping it in.