When you can’t go to Disneyland, you build one yourself in your own garage.
A man promised his daughter a Disneyland-themed birthday party, and boy did he deliver — he went and built a fully-featured homemade Star Tours ride, featuring the original and vastly superior 1987 audio and visuals.
“This is a homemade Disneyland Star Tours attraction built for my daughter’s Disneyland themed birthday party at our house.
It’s the original 1987 version of Star Tours featuring the glorious Paul Reubens (Pee-wee Herman) as the rookie pilot Capt. Rex. It’s his first flight and he’s still getting used to his programming.”
I want one.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of The Legend Of Zelda, and to celebrate YouTuber CodyCantEatThis put together a series of videos chronicling his journey of recreating the original NES game’s overworld in 3D.
Heisenberg says he doesn’t have UNO. Lady Dimitrescu begs to differ in this surreal Resident Evil Village remix of an old meme video circa 2012.
One single thing will always keep me coming back to Final Fantasy XIV: The music.
With Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol re-releases on their way, I thought it’d be cool to highlight two of my favorite old OC Remixes.
There was a time when Nintendo released a series of video games known as Metroid. That time has passed, but we still have relics from this bygone era.
Here, for example, is a commercial for the very first Metroid game ever, released on the Famicon Disk System in August 1986.
Sometimes Why? isn’t a necessary question. Some things simply are. They exist as manifestations of an imperfect universe, one lurching ever forward in a state of constant entropy. The concept of Why? is simply immaterial. It is an absurdity. Yes, I’m writing gibberish. Or am I?
You like to dance close to the fire, don’t you?