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This is how I know I’m getting old: the generation below me is starting to get nostalgic for their childhood. This video is like a perfect representation of that…
MADISON, Wis. — Most of us are realistic about our shot. We are going to get our asses kicked, and then go to the bar. But we’re in March, we’re in a tournament, we’re all sports fans and if anybody in the 224-man field of Tecmo Madison, the largest Tecmo Super Bowl event in the nation, didn’t harbor the faintest Cinderella delusion at some point, I have to wonder why they bothered signing up.
Last week, we took a trip back to the ’90s with three episodes of the 1996 version of GamePro TV. The videos, as uploaded by Oakland’s Museum of Art & Digital Entertainment, are a welcome return to a simpler age. Now, it has uploaded three more.
“Do you remember the Atari? Oh man, I remember the Atari!” These are words that you’ve doubtless heard from people over the age of 30. For some, Pong and Atari were their first and last brush with gaming, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find one among them that doesn’t recall those days with fond memories.
That Super Nintendo box isn’t real. Neither is the cartridge. I can see how you might be confused: when we got this package in the mail last week, it looked more than authentic enough to trigger some emotional reactions from those of us who spent our formative years with Nintendo’s 16-bit gaming console.