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By substitute on February 15, 2014
Their condemnation appears to have consisted in the necessity of maintaining the appearance of constant industry or enjoyment, though their toil was fruitless and their pleasures shadowy and unsubstantial.
By substitute on June 9, 2006
…and how! I have Space Invaders Shoes now. They are invading your space. Please note the sole, which imprints an invader and “One Point” as I walk. I found these after my original quest for the limited edition Space Invaders Vans shoes ended in failure; they were apparently a Japan only very limited thing.
By substitute on March 18, 2006
No more katamari? via The Null Device
By substitute on March 13, 2006
nrrd: Wow, best name for a video game evar: ” Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka 2: Evening on the Eve of Ivan Kupal Holiday” nrrd: And nothing says “mainstream success” like “based on a Nikolai Gogol novel” ignatz: I never beat the end guy in “Dead Souls” nrrd: You have to use the magic […]
By substitute on February 28, 2006
And therefore I’m glad that “Penn and Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors” isn’t a tall tale, but an actual video game for Sega as revealed and torrented by Waxy today. I really, really want to play “Desert Bus” but I don’t think there are enough stimulants in the world to get me where I’d need to […]
By substitute on December 1, 2005
If you’re about my age, you grew up with an endless series of school science movies, narrated by soporific baritones, with muzak/porn 70s soundtracks, introduced by professorial types in their studies. Disney did them, everyone else did. In a wonderful homage to this, Sega has made an ad site for their game “Full Auto” called […]