gameological:

The latest in Nick Wanserski’s illustrated essay series explores the significance of Link’s iconic cap.

Iconography: Amid all the Zelda tchotchkes, Link’s floppy little hat stands out

Source: The A.V. Club

oldshowbiz:

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SCHLEPPING THE WHAT’S MY LINE BOARDGAME
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oldshowbiz:

SCHLEPPING THE WHAT’S MY LINE BOARDGAME
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oldshowbiz:

SCHLEPPING THE WHAT’S MY LINE BOARDGAME
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oldshowbiz:

SCHLEPPING THE WHAT’S MY LINE BOARDGAME
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oldshowbiz:

SCHLEPPING THE WHAT’S MY LINE BOARDGAME
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oldshowbiz:

SCHLEPPING THE WHAT’S MY LINE BOARDGAME

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"The alien instructs him to put the frisbee in the tuba using his mind. He does, and he receives a pulse of pleasure. It’s essentially Angry Birds if you had an orgasm every time you killed a pig.”

Games Go To Hollywood: Star Trek: The Next Generation, “The Game”

Source: gameological.com

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"The game’s premise is that American old west cowboy Marshal Graham is required to save the universe from scientist turned evil time lord Vulcor, who’s found a way to manipulate and distort time itself; and to also rescue Princess Kyi-La of the Galactic Federation, whom Vulcor is holding prisoner in his quest to disrupt the flow of time. Basically the player needed to pursue a villain across time through the ages overcoming various obstacles along the way while undoing all the damage done by Vulcor."

The plot of Sega’s 1991 live acted “stereographic laserdisc FMV arcade game” Time Traveler, via Wikipedia.

I’ve never encountered a villain as dastardly as Vulcor or a time traveling cowboy as heroic as Marshall Graham.

(via maxsebela)

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More like Gary KilBALLER.

Source: youtube.com

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