geez this thread got lost in the mix...I've posted before but I feel like re-living my childhood today
I don't know if Cootie's was from the 90's or if they were older, but I loved those things
Doodle Bear, went everywhere I went
Trolls were more of a collection than playing with them..but I'd change their outfits
Just got a random google image pic. Not sure if mentioned in here yet, but Funcoland was what EBgames/gamestop was originally. I remember getting like 16 dollars trade for my used ps1 castlevania symphony of the night game.They had a monthly instore newspaper with all there games they had. I remember back in like 99 I wanted to get all the cruisn usa games from them.
Last edited by VR6 GLX Man; 01-09-2013 at 02:26 PM.
This game ruled..
"I don’t want the company to be driven by numbers. I want it to be driven by making better cars and contributing to society. That will turn into profit, which we can use to develop better cars. That should be the cycle, and that will, as a result, build a company with a strong foundation."
i sold them my ps1 like a month after it came out (my dads friend was the largest sony importer in the us at the time so i had it a good month before it hit stores) i got MORE than i paid for it, i became friends with a few guys that worked there and they would let me hang out for hours just playing games and shooting the ****
I kept it. I'll have to scan it one day, but I have all of the launch documentation and technical specifications. It's pretty niffty being the grown-up version of the kid who lusted after that service getting to see how it really worked. The best part - that technology was really the precursor to the DOCSIS specification in 1997 that allowed for the industries cable modem implementation. Your cable modem owes a lot to Sega