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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-11 19:58:33


At 5/11/12 03:48 PM, DrClay wrote: Those aren't really that good, actually its really disgusting.

The one I saw where they were eating out somewhere because they were rich was anyway.

Is that the one where they started out living in a hobo's mouth and then climbed into a spittoon and dined on the loogies that landed on the table that was in it?

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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-11 20:26:22


Adult Party Cartoon, yeah. I think the DVD had an older episode that had never aired on Nick, which also happens to be on the box set of the first and second seasons. It wasn't that bad, though. I can only guess that the "lawn cigar" gag is what did it.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-11 20:40:08


At 5/5/12 12:47 PM, ScaryPicnic wrote: Rayman 1 was one of my favourite PS1 platformers

Yo, ScaryPicnic, I'm real happy for u and imma let u finish, but crash bandicoot 3 was the best ps1 platformer of all time. OF ALL TIME!


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-12 17:21:16


does anyone remember trailer park boys


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-12 18:29:47


nay. The best platformer for PS1 was Tomba!


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-12 22:26:12


At 5/12/12 08:36 PM, Protagonist wrote: Any mofo here recognize this SOB?

That would be Rampage, but from which console I don't have a clue. The first time I remember playing a Rampage game was World Tour for the Playstation.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-12 22:36:17


I never played the original Rampage, but I played the one on N64 for hours.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-13 00:37:23


I want my big box of legos back.

Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-13 01:58:23


At 5/13/12 01:05 AM, Austerity wrote: That 90's Goosebumps craze

I remember the TV show more, especially Don't Go into the Basement, Night of the Living Dummy, and that one with the mask that latches onto your face and takes over your mind or something. I can't remember the name of that one.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-13 21:21:07


I miss playing the TimeSplitters games. And Zone of the Enders. And just about every other game I had on PS2. Damn it all, I might just go out and buy a brand new PS2 and those games again just to play them. I'd say most of them were far more entertaining than what I have for Xbox 360.
While I'm at it, Gundam Wing was a kickass show to watch after school. I might start watching it online again just for the hell of it.

Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-14 15:01:27


I still have my PS2 and my games.

And speaking of horror books, who here remembers Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark? All of the illustrations freaked me out when I was a kid.

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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-14 16:41:19


At 5/14/12 03:01 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: I still have my PS2 and my games.

And speaking of horror books, who here remembers Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark? All of the illustrations freaked me out when I was a kid.

I remember reading those books after lunch when I was little. The pictures scared the shit out of me.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-16 13:34:25


At 5/14/12 10:45 PM, Austerity wrote:
At 5/14/12 04:41 PM, IncendiaryProduction wrote: I remember reading those books after lunch when I was little. The pictures scared the shit out of me.
I first read them in 1996, loved the spooky drawings and stories.

My sis got me into it back around that time. She would read some of the stories to me and have me look at the illustrations.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-16 20:41:26


They really should bring this back.

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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-17 12:45:12


At 5/13/12 03:42 PM, Austerity wrote:
Say Cheese and Die, one of the first Goosebumps books

Ha, i remember Goosebumps and the Bailey School Kids.

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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-17 14:05:05


My childhood:

Pokemon. (when it was good)
Case closed. (a.k.a Detective Conan)
Inuyasha
Gundam
Dragonball Z
Samurai X
Yu-Gi-Oh (also played the card game with other kids)
Beyblade (played with my brother, had an accident with my eye)
Powerpuff Girls (don't judge me)
Zoids
Medabots
Monster Rancher
and last but not least, Digimon. (loved the fuck out of that anime)

Most of my childhood I spent watching shows on Toonami and Cartoon Network. I feel bad for the kids growing up with shitty cartoons nowadays..

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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-17 14:45:22


At 5/17/12 02:05 PM, Tycrane wrote: Zoids

Oh man, Zoids was incredible. I need to watch that show again.

I wonder if it's out on DVD or Blu-ray, I should buy it.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-17 15:12:10


I hope everyone seen megas xlr


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-17 20:02:09


At 5/17/12 02:05 PM, Tycrane wrote: Case closed. (a.k.a Detective Conan)

I was really into that in high school.

Inuyasha

I hate that show.

Dragonball Z

I loved it when I was a kid.

Powerpuff Girls (don't judge me)

That show was amusing, especially the mayor.

Monster Rancher

I loved that as a kid.

At 5/17/12 03:12 PM, tsukikomi wrote: I hope everyone seen megas xlr

of course.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-18 02:55:50


At 5/17/12 07:47 PM, Austerity wrote:
At 5/17/12 02:05 PM, Tycrane wrote: My childhood:
A list of animes was your childhood? :x

Back then I didn't think that they were animes since I never knew what they really were till I was 12. I used to watch other cartoons such as Ed, Edd and Eddy, Courage the cowardly dog, Cow and Chicken, etc. Oh, and those were just the shows I've watched when I was little and doesn't cover my entire childhood. :P

Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-18 16:22:59


At 5/17/12 02:45 PM, Oolaph wrote:
At 5/17/12 02:05 PM, Tycrane wrote: Zoids
Oh man, Zoids was incredible. I need to watch that show again.

I wonder if it's out on DVD or Blu-ray, I should buy it.

Holy fucking shit, I searched Zoids on google and I just remembered it! Such a badass show, goddamn!


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-18 17:06:04


At 5/18/12 04:22 PM, jjjkuk wrote: Holy fucking shit, I searched Zoids on google and I just remembered it! Such a badass show, goddamn!

I know, that show was the best.

There are DVDs on Amazon, but they're so expensive. Plus I can't seem to find a single boxset, so they'd all have to be bought individually. This is truly a sad day.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-19 13:38:23


Does anybody remember the Mission: Impossible game on the n64?


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-19 19:35:21


I never really cared for Zoids, but I'd watch it now and then when it was on in the morning before I had to get ready for school.

At 5/19/12 01:38 PM, Parodise wrote: Does anybody remember the Mission: Impossible game on the n64?

I rented it once when I was a kid, but I hardly played it.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-19 21:13:13



At 5/19/12 01:38 PM, Parodise wrote: Does anybody remember the Mission: Impossible game on the n64?
I rented it once when I was a kid, but I hardly played it.

I thought it was a good game; a classic I guess you could say. Although Goldeneye rivaled better...


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-19 21:29:05


Did anybody else here used to watch Pirates of Dark Water? I loved the show and the Sega Genesis game when I was a kid. I was thinking it would be awesome if they did a reboot for Cartoon Network. I mean, the Thundercats reboot is absolutely awesome, so I figure Dark Water could, too.


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-19 22:00:23


At 5/19/12 09:29 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: Did anybody else here used to watch Pirates of Dark Water? I loved the show and the Sega Genesis game when I was a kid. I was thinking it would be awesome if they did a reboot for Cartoon Network. I mean, the Thundercats reboot is absolutely awesome, so I figure Dark Water could, too.

I haven't seen it but I don't want that happening


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Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-20 13:35:51


At 5/6/12 02:00 AM, chiefindomer wrote:
At 5/5/12 08:11 PM, DrClay wrote: Hey, what ever happened to Surge? That was a good drink.
It was pretty good. I still remember the commercials as well where they would scream "SURGE!".

At 5/5/12 10:20 PM, DrClay wrote: A long time ago, back when television was epic, and Fox 5 aired Power Rangers in the morning, me and my brother used to watch this old show called "WMAC Masters"
I actually do remember watching that show but I didn't remember the name of it until now.

Also, pogs anyone?

My collection of slammers.

AUUW pogs i remeber when i was young i have complete collection of pokemon, cartoon network original characters, and yu gi oh. aaaj good times.

Also playing sega genesis sonic, mortal kombat and street fighter.

Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-20 14:51:07


A friend and I were recently talking about Warcraft 2, and he reminded me of how you could take the game disc and put it in a CD player and it would play the soundtrack for you. I got my old disc and tried playing the soundtrack on my computer, but only the game would play :(
I tried finding where I could buy the soundtrack, but it doesn't seem to be available for purchase anywhere. Here is one of the tracks on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NB0f6FyCwic

Response to the nostalgia room 2012-05-20 16:33:49


Tamagotchis.

They were the shit back then.

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