So currently WCPW has announced, roster wise:
So currently WCPW has announced, roster wise:
This was my favorite game on my Sega Master System. I still remember the music, the transformations, the various levels and shit. Unlike most kids who had a NES, I had 2 (yes both variations) of the Sega Master System.
This game, Astro Warrior, Zillion, Alex Kidd in Shinobi World and Miracle World and the Last Stars, Fantasy Zone, Shinobi….Safari Hunt. Outrun! HANG ON!
God this makes me want to buy a Sega Master System. Hopefully this game does not suck and comes to PC.
The official site can be found HERE. I need to have my bros at Vox Ludicus get this on our radar if its going to be a PC release because I WANT TO REVIEW THIS.
First the original announcement video:
And now, here is the Top 10 Things you Need to know.
The biggest being that for us people outside Newcastle UK, we can watch it, weekly, online on Youtube! It sounds hilariously awesome and I personally welcome more Wrestling options. Especially something new that I can get into on the ground floor.
The What Culture guys have been amusing me for a while, and this just seems awesome.
Anyone else interested? As a wrestling fan this makes me happy.
I never knew I needed something so much. You all need to go and vote for this game on Steam Greenlight. GO FORTH MY MINIONS!
A link to the Steam Page: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=527174166
I contacted my library recently, to see if the fines that I had mentioned back in an older post could be reduced.
And they were, by a LARGE margin. So tonight, I went and paid em and got my card back.
Part of it, of course, is to get books. Tasty EBOOKS! Cause my County Library actually does have a method to borrow Ebooks, with automatic returning of said books.
But one of the cooler features, which I learned about today, is a place in the Downtown/Main Library called The Dorothy Lumely Melrose Center, aka the Melrose center.
Whats cool about this you might ask? WELL! Its a giant 26000 square foot tech center. It has, available for FREE to Library Card holders (ie ME!) the following:
Its madness. You have to attend a “general orientation” class first in order to access the full suite of classes (free classes I MIGHT ADD) and the actual area, but I have this Thursday off. I mean, just LOOK AT THE EVENT CALENDER! Programming classes, sewing, just all sorts of shit.
There is an orientation class at 6pm on Thursday.
I know what I am doing that evening. Oh yea. This is gonna be awesome.
Things sure as hell have changed since the last time I went to a library…17 years ago.
Yes. This is a thing. Of awesome.
This is something I will always remember. Which, given my swiss cheese memory is impressive to say the least.
When I was a kid, I ran across a book called “Over Sea, Under Stone” by Susan Cooper. It was a decent mystery adventure, and while I enjoyed it, it was not earth shattering at the time. But then I read the second book in that series….The Dark is Rising.
I will one day sit down and reread and review all five in the sequence. But for now, I wanted to leave you with part of the poem that has somehow stuck in my memory all these years. Thanks Susan Cooper.
When the Dark comes rising six shall turn it back;
Three from the circle, three from the track;
Wood, bronze, iron; Water, fire, stone;
Five will return and one go alone.
Still gives me shivers when I think about it.
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