Lego Island is 19 years old. If that little tidbit of information doesn’t make you feel either super old or wistfully nostalgic, it’s safe to assume your childhood was deprived of true happiness.
Lego Island came along at the perfect time. It had no real objectives, outside of potentially apprehending a career criminal named ‘the Brickster.’ He was a constant pain in the ass, who spent most of his time stealing ambulances and deconstructing buildings with reckless abandon.
While it's true that having money can make life easier—I mean what's easier than spending all day rolling around in a pile of $100 bills?—money doesn't necessarily make you feel happy. Hence the old cliché. But if money is out, then...
There's nothing like old-school JRPGs to make you nostalgic, and this rap about the plucky lads from Potos tuugsa at the old heartstrings. But, what this really needs is a video. Can't be too hard to mock up SNES-era graphics along ...
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… More »
How does that make you feel? Does it make you feel nostalgic, happy, old? Does it make you feel anything at all? I think we should talk Secret of Mana because that game was great. More »