Still one of the catchiest songs ever, I don’t care who you are.
This takes me back …
In honor of the passing of G+ this month, here are a few things I posted during our brief time together. Inspired by the email I received from Google to grab anything I wanted before it got deleted.
Also, we are old.
Four video game sound designers explain the thinking behind some of the world’s most recognizable video game sounds. Featuring sounds from Pac-Man, Sonic the Hedgehog, Donkey Kong, Mario Kart, Contra, Street Fighter II, Doom and more!
Guilty Pleasure Time!
There’s a special place in my heart for the first self-released Missing Persons EP. Although technically, it’s the 1982 re-release I love, the one that replaced the original EP’s “Hello, I Love You” with “I Like Boys.” At this stage in my life, I don’t know if it’s an entirely accurate memory, but it seems like we spent a lot of time blasting this in a friend’s car one summer.
Anyway, as we’re living in the Digital Age, I now present to you the videos for the songs from that glorious EP.
Choose your own adventure. (Or do you?) Ballsy as hell.
So now that all of us bastards are old, I thought it would be fun to revisit a holiday classic, except now it’s fast forward a few years. Check up on the Peanuts gang, and see how they are doing this holiday season. I always knew Peppermint Patty and Marcy would get it on one day. And that ending… bitch had it coming…
Please note the dancers in the background when he goes to visit Schroeder
…. something by Gee Bee Vee.
But of course, you’re more than welcome to take a look. It’s a new documentary about my all-time favorite PC game(s).
What happens when one of the most revolutionary series in video games suddenly goes dark? To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Noclip hits the road to investigate the legacy of Half-Life and the incredible community working to keep the dream alive.
Featuring Geoff Keighley (The Game Awards), Cory Barlog (God of War), Vince Zampella (Titanfall / Call of Duty), Randy Pitchford (Borderlands), Laura Michet, Scott Smith, Robert Yang and more.
Stephen Hillenburg, creator of Spongebob Squarepants.
ALS got him. 57 is way too young.