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No. 1 [Reply]

This is a board for the vidya, toys, games, food, and memories that keep us young at heart (and mind)


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No. 299 [Reply]

I start:

>Earthbound
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No.659

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>>658
Really? Not him, but I really find strange when people says they have never played a Zelda game, I used to play a bunch of Zelda games when I was a kid.

You still can play and enjoy them, I recommend you starting with 'A Link to the Past', pretty comfy and fun game, I think it was my first one.

https://youtu.be/gMnZite_lB0
https://youtu.be/Lahn6mN-hnk

No.726

>>659
Lol I played a little bit of the adobe flash port of the first game on Kongregate and was like, "this sux XDDDD"

Also Digimon >>>>>> Dragon Warrior >>>>>> Pokémon

No.727

Pokemon Yellow, Pokemon Crystal, Kirby, Nightmare in Dreamland, Halo Combat Evolved, Halo Custom Edition, Halo 2, Age of Empires 2.

No.728

>>727
And Legend of Zelda Oracle of Seasons, and Turok 2.

No.887

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It's genuinely hard for me not to tear up with nostalgia every time I hear the music for Green Garden or Blue Resort in Bomberman 64. Instantly takes me back to being in elementary school, hanging out with my friends in their basement.



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No. 880 [Reply]

anybody ever see this show? biggest crush on amanda as an 11 year old.

RIP machinima

No.885

It went to shit when Lyle left, haven't been keeping up from the, though it would be cool if they brought him back as a villain.

No.886

>>885
Never knew why they did that. weird stuff goes on behind those curtains.

what the fuck do you mean my post looks automated



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No. 478 [Reply]

What are some lessons that you remember learning during your childhood?

Did you learn them the "easy" way - sitting on your grandpa's knee? Or the "hard" way - that touching that hot stove when mom says not to is not such a good idea!
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No.775

"Kill them with kindness" – if someone is being an asshole to you, don't stoop to their level. Don't be a doormat either, but just politely (and a bit passive-aggressively, tbh) remove yourself from the situation.

No.871

My mother never took this advice to heart for herself but she loved to tell it to me.

>Anon, the world doesn't owe you anything

No.872

>>561
>Don't climb a tree with no way down
I learned this too. An extension is, "don't ask someone to help you up into the tree if you won't be able to get yourself back down."

No.874

>>775
>>871
>>872
based necromancers

anyways my advice is that it pays to do the right thing, but not to be right. sometimes its okay to be wrong, the bad guy. everybody likes the underdog, nobody likes ned flanders

No.884

>>872
This reminds me of a time my buddy and I were hiking up a really steep mountain in a dense jungle and we decided against getting a guide and just heading up trailblazing. About maybe halfway up it became a practically vertical climb and eventhough we couldve prolly climbed it, there would be no way back down without falling. We decided to call it quits and turn back. Turns out we took the wrong path and other people have died on the unsanctioned trails that we were on lol



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No. 611 [Reply]

Let's talk about mothers. I don't have a good relationship with mine. Here's a joke, in comic form, that my mother has told me she tells to other people, when talking about me. I am Son B.
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No.617

We've never had a good relationship. We are just very different people. And I'm just not the sort of person who has good relationships. For example, I never used to tell he stuff like "I love you," or hug, or anything else, because I'm just the sort of person who doesn't like doing that sort of thing, and never have been, ever since I was 5-ish. I am also very stubborn, and have very different views from my mother. I had a very bad temper, growing up, which would get me in trouble in school and at home.
Overall, it's just a recipe for a bad son.

No.664

She was the parent that stuck around. She's a disgusting joke of a human being but she was there, and it really makes me sick that such is enough to make her a thousand times the parent that my "father" was.

My mother loves me, but she's sick in the head and she's done some monstrous things to me, and to my brother.

No.665

>>611
the top part is actually pretty funny on it's own, but with the bottom part added it's just sad.

No.666

>>617
maybe a bad recipe for a son, but a good recipe for a strong man

No.883

>>666
Satan himself out here with good advice for you OP. I hope your life has improved in the last year and a half



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hispa refugees general

>hispa nostalgia thread


mod please dont delete the thread, dont be a dick
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No.698

¿Y quién dice que hispachan no va a volver?
¿Y quién dice que si hacen otro chan este no quede lolmuerto por que a nadie se le da la gana de postear ahí?
¿Quién dice que si hacen otro chan y este triunfa no se va llenar otra vez de funtards y grasosos?
Por ahora estamos reunidos en >>/refugio/, si les parece que 8ch es demasiado complicado deberían replantear si de verdad les interesa los chanes o sólo están aquí por moda.

No.699

>>698
Esto es del 2015 sabes

No.870

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>2019

No.875

Hispachan me chupa

No.882

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Creía que yo era el único que conocía Dreamchan.

>Also

Esta calaña está putamente lolmuerta.



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No. 881 [Reply]

I miss ylilauta

int is still there but it's not the same as it was :(


No. 876 [Reply]

Any fans of attitude/ruthless aggression era WWF/WWE in the house?

No.877

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>>876
Yes, I started watching wrestling in '94 and stopped around '06 but been watching on and off still yet. I was big into Monday Night Nitro as well and flipped between the channels during the Monday Night Wars. I watched Money In The Bank tonight, it's so disappointing and sad to watch the way things are now compared to how they were in the late '90s during the Attitude Era and early to mid '00s with the Ruthless Aggression Era. Do you keep up with wrestling any today and/or know about the upcoming promotion AEW? If so, what's your thoughts?

No.878

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>>877
I'm excited for AEW not gonna lie. I'm looking forward to Double or Nothing (though $50…eesh), and I'm looking forward to WWE getting some competition for once.

No.879

>>878
Same here, I don't have the money to watch it so hopefully I'm able to come across a decent livestream somewhere. Also, competition for the WWE is exactly what is needed right now more than anything.



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No. 447 [Reply]

So recenty I been having a blast for what was like to surf the internet 10 years ago when things were not so centralized.
There was always something new and different right after the next corner and every new place had new people.
I haven't felt that feeling of novelty when you stumbled upon a new resource, flash game, webcomic and so on in a long time, it was always different.

The internet is no longer the wild frontier it used to be and all the pioneers have disappeared.

Years ago common forums were very active and lots of people had personal pages
Today not even google can take you somewhere new.
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No.764

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>>762

i really love this, thanks for posting it.

No.777

>>566
I use https://wiby.me and the occasional AskReddit discussion.

No.868

>>762
This is adorable

No.869

>>566
I use Wikipedia as a search engine.
. Think of what you want to find.
… If you can't think of anything you can always have a "wiki-walk" until something piques your interest.
. Find a topic related to it on Wikipedia.
. Scroll to the bottom sections called external links, references or citations.
… Scan linked pages for anything interesting.
… A lot of the pages you find with this method will have even more links at the bottom of the page.

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No. 749 [Reply]

Gotta get rid of my old games.
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No.756

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I used to trade or sell my games once I was done with them, but as I got older I wanted to start keeping them and build some kind of collection (I have quite a lot of PS3 games now). I traded away many of my GameCube games and have bought some of them back and plan to buy all of them back eventually. I also got rid of almost all the PC games I had, but I'm not interested in collecting those anymore.

I used to think Steam was great, but I'm not as keen on digital media anymore, especially when my "ownership" of it is just a flag in some database that could be revoked at any moment.

No.757

>>754
>You should hang on to them!!
Anon is wise and correct. you're gonna regret parting with that stash

No.768

Selling my childhood games is something I consider one of my greatest regrets. Think carefully, anon. I'm sure you're going to try to get top-dollar for those games, so I won't make any offers here because I'm not sure what they're all worth, but if you do sell them somewhere like ebay, feel free to post a link, maybe?

No.866

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>>757
I really feel like it's time for me to sell my old games and move onto playing new games.

>>753
Regrettably I have already sold Kirby: The Crystal Shards for N64, but do you have a SNES? If you still want Kirby's Dream Course for the SNES I'll mail to you if you live in America. You don't even have to pay me directly, just promise me on your honor that you'll donate $25 to either Bernie Sander or Andrew Yang via secure.actblue.com/‎
to fuck the corrupt capitalist 2 party system and then post your address somewhere and you'll get the game. Just so you know, it's a mini-golf game. (Kirby's Super Star and Kirby 3 are probably the best Kirby style platformers for the SNES, but I only have the first one.)

Alternatively, I'll mail you Kirby's Super Star if you donate $30 to one of those two Democratic candidates. (And I'll mail both of them for a $55 donation.) Shipping is free because the Ebay or Amazon conglomerates would charge me that much for commissions, and my total price is cheaper than what I've seen on ebay or Amazon. Fuck the capitalists, I want to make free college + universal healthcare or universal basic income happen. (Yes, I've become an ideologue who would rather spend my time screaming at Bernie Sander's enemies on, than to play video games. You can play these games, while politics will be my entertainment until Bernie Sanders wins, or dies trying.)

No.867

Eh nevermind, I think I should just sell them to be honest and volunteer for the Sanders campaign. Money isn't going to be enough to win the election.



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