One of the first ever video games I owned was Pokemon Ruby Version
. But even then, my fanaticism for that franchise began elsewhere. I loved the show and the movies, and while it took forever for me to actually get a video game, I ate up whatever Pokemon
stuff I could. And now it all adds up to this: Pokemon Week!
For my final hurrah of Nostalgia Video Gaming, I will be spending a whole entire week looking at the various adaptations of the colorful Nintendo video game franchise: Pokemon
. Since this is 'video gaming,' I won't be going into the show or...!--more-->
Disney is definitely milking their acquisition of the Star Wars
franchise for all its got. Not only is a sequel trilogy promised (and in the works) but now they are planning to make 'spin-off
' movies to be released in the intravenous years. Starting 2015, we will get one Star Wars
movie each year for however many years its going to take. While I should love this news, there are many things about the production...
You know, it's funny how many things you think you know, when you don't have the whole picture. When I made my review
on the Fire Emblem
series, I got a few things wrong, and I didn't realize it until I took a closer look at some of the older games. Since this has been bugging me a while, I thought I'd do a quick follow up to hopefully correct any mistakes I made.
First off, Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones
The city of Minneapolis will be holding
a hearing on April 1 over an ordinance requiring bars and restaurants with loud music to provide earplugs to patrons. Miracle Ear and 3M would be providing these earplugs free of charge, thus not costing the affected venues anything.
The sponsor of this initiative, Minneapolis Council Member Jacob Frey, believes this may be the first ordinance of its kind in the entire country -- the main goal is for businesses with class A or class B liquor licenses to have these earplugs available....!--more-->