Archive for January, 2014

So I Own A Sega CD Now, I Guess

Monday, January 27th, 2014

Around Christmas 2013 I got struck with a sudden urge to buy myself a new video game system, because there’s no better time to spend money on yourself than the holidays. Having not bought a new retro console lately and spending most of the summer beefing up my Saturn collection, I browsed eBay for a few options until I found a good price for a CDX bundle, that end-of-life combination Genesis/Sega CD I heard so many good things about.

I’d wanted a CDX for a while since my old beloved Genesis had kinda taken a dump, so I took the plunge and ordered it.

A few bottles of Moosehead later, it dawned on me what just happened: I now owned a Sega CD.

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The Mystery of the Missing Galaxies

Sunday, January 12th, 2014

Greetings, citizens of the universe, and welcome to Video-Tron 2000! My name is Tim, and this is my personal platform to espouse opinions about the same pop culture detritus that any uppity suburban twenty-something would take the time to do a website about. There isn’t a lot you need to know about me that you won’t be able to glean from my articles and I’m sure you also don’t need a big wordy introduction to yet one more starving writer’s nerd blog, so I won’t take up any more of your time here.

My inaugural post comes to you on a hint of mystery and tragedy, if you have strong opinions about this sort of thing: the disappearance of Twin Galaxies!

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