Old-school gamer. I started gaming with the Atari 2600. I became an addict with the arcade release of Street Fighter II at my college. The SNES release pushed me into buying that system and a lame arcade stick. I haven't looked back since then. I still consider the 16-bit to be the Golden Age of gaming. The current generation is keeping me pretty happy, especially with the fighting game renaissance that's happening lately. And, yes, I'm old.
Proud owner of: Kiwi Gameboy Color, Purple GBA, GBA SP, GBA Micro, PSP 3000, Clear NeoGeo Pocket, purple SwanCrystal, SNES, Genesis, N64, purple Gamecube, slim PS2, Dreamcast, Wii, PS3, Red 3DS LL,Blue 3DS XL and Wii U.
Favorite Games: Last Blade, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Mark of the Wolves, Zelda: A Link to the Past, Zelda: Minish Cap, King of Fighters Ikaruga, Macross: Do You Remember Love, Raiden Trad, Valkyria Chronicles, Professor Layton, Killer7
Games on my mind: Ridge Racer 7
Animal Crossing New Leaf
Shining Force II: Sword of Hajya
It's a good news, bad news sort of story. I finished the HRAP3 modding project tonight... but not as hoped. I received my new pimped-out clear cyan ball top today. The art was ready, the plan was in place and Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist was on in the background. I spent about 2 hours today trying to make the mod work.
Here's what it looked like upon completion:
Pretty sweet, huh? Well, I burned through 5 copies of the art to reach this stage. I was pretty happy with the results. And then I started to tighten the screws and the art started to bulge out. The template I used was not quite perfect and my plan was also imperfect it seems.For a few glorious moments I was very proud of this achievement but it was not to be. I had to accept that this will not work the way I planned and so I removed the art. I'm defeated for now but I still have one copy of artwork left and I'll try again after doing dome more research.