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Code Monkey

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  1. When NBA 2K18 for Switch was $80, I had Wal-Mart price match it to The Source for $5. I bought 3 of them and traded them into EB Games for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
  2. I bought mine when they came out about 3 months ago. My girlfriend is on their mailing list so she gets a call from the store a few days before they receive stock and she picks them all up for me.
  3. This is how calculators worked when I was in school.
  4. Did I see you post this stack on Instagram under #nescollector?
  5. This is actually good? I kept seeing it pop up in my suggested films but the description sounded stupid. It mentions that our generation is addicted to our phones and social media. Well.......yeah, we like absorbing information, I don't understand how that's a bad thing. Thanks for pointing out something we all knew already. Are you saying I should still watch it?
  6. Maybe Microsoft can get Panic Button to finally complete their port of a game that came out a year and a half ago.
  7. Time to act as an interested buyer and request photos of condition prior to purchase ......BRB........
  8. I think it could be one of two things. The same cartridge exists for Atari 2600, it's called Color Bar Generator. It's simply just a test cartridge you put into the machine to know if it's outputting a video signal or not. When running diagnostics on a machine, you don't want to use a retail cartridge because that could potentially have some extra encoding required or chips inside the cartridge, anything that could interfere with getting a simple video signal from a console. Using this Color Bar Generator will tell you that using the least amount of requirements from the console. I
  9. These seem like they would hurt your feet. They seem very unhygienic as well.
  10. Wait, there are people in this world that don't use inverted Y axis controls? I've always wondered why it was even an option in games, I couldn't imagine playing without it. It just seems strange to pull back on a joystick to aim down, it doesn't make sense to me. If you're aiming a water cannon at something in reality, you'd pull back on it to aim up and you'd push forward to aim down, this is how aiming works in video games. When I started playing Silent Hill Homecoming recently, panic flowed over me when I realized the aiming is not inverted and I have no way of switching it. Every tim
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