A cool little animated music video that remarkably sounds like Last Christmas, which might not be far off. In Remember When, we remember when things were better, mostly because we were kids and we didn’t know better. Also, how worse things are when you grow up. It mixes awkward nostalgia with mixed feelings on being older. Moral of the story: keep your childhood.
Tag Archive for Nostalgia
Lots of dismay across the internet and world about the loss of LucasArts this week. Well, IGN made sure to make you feel worse about it by making this nostalgic romp through the decades past. I’m going to try and find a playable copy of Full Throttle. I think that was my favorite.
I hope this becomes a trend. I’m digging these redone opening as if they are fantasy shows from the 90s. This one is Game of Thrones and is wildly off-tone with the original material. This is great. More please.
Everything is usually better with Star Wars, at least old Star Wars. If the mashed up Clone Wars episodes with this School House Rock song I wouldn’t be nearly as excited or impressed or telling you about it. Here you go, relive multiple parts of your childhood.
Just a trip down memory lane. X-men was an excellent example of something great for kids only to sell toys, but also remembering what the 90s were like. No we redo it with stop motion toys. It’s cyclical.
Just like Bond played an unusually stupid game in Never Say Never Again, just like most of the terminals in War Games, and just like pretty much everything in Tron, you can relive all your favorite outdated graphics packages in Vektropolis. It plays how you think and looks even more like your thinking and comes out in December. Time to take it to the Lawnmower Man’s older uncle.
Hey. Remember Space Quest? I played Space Quest 4, 5, and 6. I was really close to buying the 4-6 collection on GOG a while back. Well, the original creators are announcing that they are going to be making a brand new game, probably not Space Quest. That’s okay, I like their style. Bring on the nostalgia!
So sad. So so sad.
I hope this is a real plot point for the Cartoon Network movie.
As a side note, I miss Wheeler. He had such fire.