Saturday, April 22, 2017
words out of the blue!
Not intended to rhyme,
but sometimes they do!
Today is darker; do you have any envelopes?
I ate a pie off the ground to celebrate!
It's a requirement, so pack your bags and head for the genuinely porked maple facility.
Gene trap! Hey, here's ta-claim?
...standard alliance. Always in the corner is a goat's head.
They will not understand an ivory pigeon, but food for thought!
1st place was "Assault On Cookieville."
You are part of a jump-fed cactus!
Never be a lever...ever!
When the world that already was...just because.
...the horses with a hand-held.
So, ate all the rice? Now pay the price!
You bring my notebook and my airlines fun!
There ain't no jellybeans on this side of the British Isles.
Have a great time at the minx refinery!
...to never be a cat bus. Wood lice?
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Sunday, April 9, 2017
As "Prepear Yourself" month at the Pretentia art museum continues, we're proud to pearsent another sneak peek from the exhibit. Pearapsychology is a popular addition, focusing on the psychic abilities of the human mind as seen from a unique pearspective.
Pearafin is an interesting piece as well, featuring candles made out of a pear-based wax invented by the artist. And of course there's the crowd favorite, Pearasite, a genetically-engineered blood-sucking fruit terror from hell (let's just hope it doesn't escape).
Don't miss your chance to see the "Prepare Yourself" exhibit–it's the pearfect way to spend the weekend...but it's only on display until April 24th!
Saturday, April 1, 2017
23 years ago today, Super Metroid debuted on the Sega Genesis. It redefined the action/platformer genre with it's intuitive map system, exploratory gameplay, and the best usage of blast processing yet seen on a home console. Due to an overabundance of awesomeness, it utilized a 40 Meg cartridge which inflated the retail price to around $100...but nobody cared because it was freakin' sick!
GamePro magazine gave Super Metroid a respectable score of 82/100, but criticized its murky color palette and sub-par soundtrack. "It's a shame Super Metroid couldn't have debuted on slightly more powerful hardware," says GamePro editor Dexter Nerdsfeld. "Maybe then the music wouldn't have sounded like bees fighting in a tin can."
Despite pitiful sales figures and mediocre reviews from some outlets, Super Metroid is still recognized as a landmark title in the gaming industry–and certainly a must-own on the Genesis console. Metroid remains one of Sega's best-selling franchises to this day.