A Day in the Life of Little Jon

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Fessin' Up by Skwirl (2.00 / 0) #1 Tue Oct 17, 2006 at 04:52:33 PM EST
The poll quote is actually Chomsky. The Dreamcast games I've been playing the most are Skies of Arcadia, Jet Grind Set Radio, and Shenmue I. CMQ is rockin' the Tetris 4D. We played Battle Mode and I handicapped my level and she beat the pants off me. Next time I won't handicap.

This is the first > 8-bit console I've ever owned. Luckily, it was a hackable generation of the hardware. Bittorrent and CD-Rs are your friend. Ahem! I said: Ahem!

Jet Set Radio has got to be the most perfect game ever designed. Subversive, challenging, fun, stylistically, graphically and musically awesome. Wow. I am aghast and saddened that we have yet to see Jet Set Radio inspired roving gangs of inline skating, bopping technopunks tagging up the known universe. Maybe Jack Thompson can make this happen?

Shemue is freaking intricate, but lamely linear. It's so detailed. It's just like real life. I want to go to Japan now. It's like, the only game ever where you can do such mundane stuff like miss the bus, apply for a job and call up the weather report.

Speaking of Japan-love, the Takahashi Restaurant in SE Portland is freaking schweet. See also: Maekawa Bar in Seattle.