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So I've decided to start a blog, I don't know if I'll post here frequently, but I'll try to post at least once a month.

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Lost Gaming Vault: Super Mario World 1989 Build

So you thought this series was dead? I was only just hibernating!   Super Mario World is the 4th game in the long-running Super Mario series and was the 1st one to be in 16-bit and also was the first game with everyone's favorite dinosaur, Yoshi. Now, to my knowledge; SMW doesn't have a lot of interesting prototypes, they usually have one or two differences, but nothing worth talking about. But I found this one interesting enough due to how different this is graphically.    N

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How I Found Out About Redlettermedia

It was the morning memorial day 2019, I got up to make some food when I took the wrong turn and knee when out and back into place, making me fall on the floor in horrible pain. I somehow got to my bedroom when Redlettermedia's Jack and Jill review was playing. I watched most of it, but I was in too much pain to go back to sleep, so I used my wooden practice katana as a makeshift cane and struggled to get to the medicine cabinet and get some anacin.   After getting back to my room, I bu
 

Can't Sleep

I take clonidine to manage both my anxiety and my insomnia, unfortunately, I haven't been able to get a refill on it so for the past week or so I've been feeling the effects of not taking it.   The effects started a couple of days ago when it felt like my veins were being shocked. Clonidine is a blood pressure pill so I thought maybe it was my blood pressure going up, turns out my blood pressure was fine. Thankfully, my anxiety has died down considerably since I started taking clonidin
 

Lost Gaming Vault: 70s Video Games

Video games from the 70s are like movies from the late-1800s-early-1900s, people thought it was a passing fad, so they didn't really try to preserve them. unlike movies, video games are more future proof, so more games from the 70s exist today. But some did slip through the cracks.    Oregon (lost original version of "The Oregon Trail" computer game; 1971)     Everyone loves the dysentery inducing, river fording, fort trading, Oregon Trail! But not everyone knows t
 

Lost Gaming Vault: Cancelled 64DD Games

No that's not a bra size!     The 64DD was an add-on for the Nintendo 64 that was announced in 1995 and planned to be released alongside the N64 in 1996, but due to multiple delays, it was released on December 1st, 1999. Needless to say, it flopped and it's most likely the worst-selling Nintendo system of all time selling a little more than 15,000 units. during the 4 year period of development, a lot of games were planned for it but were never released. so far, we know there are 1
 

Lost Gaming Vault: Sonic 1 Prototypes

Welcome to the first (of hopefully many) installments of Lost Gaming Vault, here I'll write about various types of lost gaming media, from prototypes we know little about, to MMOs that have been shut down, I'll try to cover. If you have a game you'd like me to write about, just comment and I'll try to get to it. Now, let's get to the juicy stuff!     The early Sonic games have prototypes, lots of prototypes, most have been found and dumped, but one game has 2 elusive protos that w
 

Sonic X-treme: A Great Game Lost To Time

So I just finished messing around with the Sonic X-treme demo (the one they apparently had trouble porting over to the Saturn), and it was pretty good! According to the Readme, the demo was in the process of a rewrite when it was dropped, and it was still very fun and I could see a lot of potential in it.    I liked the camera turning mechanic, even if it was like a debug thing, they could've made some cool puzzle levels with it. Even though there was no music in it, I feel like a grea
 

Always Be Optimistic and Positive!

Right now, it seems like a lot of pessimism is going around the world, and, yes, things are bad right now, but take the time to look at the small things and appreciate them. Since most of us have some spare time now, do something that you've wanted to do for a while but just couldn't get around to doing it. You could challenge yourself, and use the extra time to try something you've never done before, you'd be surprised at how fast you can accomplish something.   For example (this ties
 

Learning Japanese!

After studying Japanese off and on for a little over a year, I've finally gone all in and started learning the language! So far I've familiarized myself with hiragana (basic characters) and I've been slowly but surely learning katakana (characters for names and foreign words). I'm still far away from learning kanji though.   I can now recognize about 30-50% of hiragana and 5% of katakana, but I still don't know any words besides the basics, so I assume I know as much Japanese as a 1-ye
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