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It's the #GamingFactOfTheDay! I ran into some issues with the lettering but I think the illustration came out better.


Supreme Leader Snoke is actually Watto getting his revenge on the Jedi for losing a wager to Qui-Gon Jinn. #StarWarsSpoilers


Yes! I fixed the display issues I was having with Windows 98 SE in Virtual Box. Now I can play my old PC games again!


Sorry for the late #GamingFactOfTheDay. Today's my mom's birthday, so I couldn't do today's illustration until later.


Alright everyone it's time for the Gaming Fact of the Day!


Once again it's time for Gaming Fact of the Day.


So I came back from the library and took out one game, Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy. Since me and my sister used to play those games a lot as kids I showed it to her. I've never seen her get so excited for a game, though she was sad it didn't have CTR.


Here's your Gaming Fact of the Day! Sorry if the lettering is wonky, I'm using these posts to practice with.


So for the Panzer Dragoon Retrospective, I'm playing Saga for the first time and it's fantastic. I'm loving this battle system and it's also the shortest RPG I've ever played. I got through the first disc in 2.5 hours.


We're gonna celebrate Christmas like it's 1990.


Sorry for the late Gaming Fact of the Day. I thought I'd do something different for today.


Lately I've been catching up with the AVGN. I stopped watching during the 5th season, after the ROB episode which turned me off from the series. So far I'm liking them than the later seasons though I still think season 1&2 were better.


Gaming Fact of the Day: The Atari 7800 was originally set to be released in 1984. However due to payment issues with the console's developer General Computer, the console was shelved. It wasn't released until 1986 after Atari finally paid the devs.


Gaming Fact of the Day: Contrary to popular belief LJN was a publisher, not a developer. Many of their infamous games like Jaws, Karate Kid, Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th were developed by Rare and Atlus.


So I started playing MGS5 a few days ago and well it's bland and boring. I get that that whole mission structure worked for Peace Walker but that's because it was on the PSP. Sometimes what works on a handheld just doesn't work on a console and vice versa


Gaming Fact of the Day: Continuing from the other day, Galaxian 3 wasn't the only large arcade machine Namco made. In 1993 they released Ridge Racer Full Scale which used 10 screens, 3 projectors and a modified Mazda MX-5 Miata to control the car.


Gaming Fact of the Day: Today is Satoru Iwata's birthday. He would have been 58. RIP


Gaming Fact of the Day: The largest arcade game released was Galaxian 3. Originally it was an 28 player attraction at Namco Wonder Eggs theme park. Though they later released a scaled down 6 player version that used two laserdisc players and projectors.


Gaming Fact of the Day: Former Nintendo of America vice-president Howard Lincoln is an Eagle Scout. As a young boy he was one of the four scouts that posed for the Norman Rockwell painting The Scoutmaster.


So I picked up two other games from library, MGS5 and The Last of Us which I haven't played in years. Though I keep having loading issues with TLoU. So I might as well skip that until I can get the PS4 edition and go straight to MGS5.


Gaming Fact of the Day: After Uncharted 3's release, Naughty Dog had started development on Jak 4. It was supposed to have a realistic take on the series. However because the game was too much of a departure, it was cancelled in favor of The Last of Us.


Gaming Fact of the Day: What does Pitfall!, A Boy and His Blob and Home Improvement: Power Tool Pursuit all have in common? They were all developed by Activision co-founder David Crane.


It's Friday night. Sit back, relax and enjoy some nice City Pop.


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