...don't forget Sharp x68000 in the next batch!
...and FM7. And those others we discussed in the forum!
It's definitely an exciting time to be on the webOS beat -- most of the platforms we cover are commercially extinct, but it's rare for one of them to be alive but with two weeks left on the clock 8)
May I suggest we cover the Casio Loopy?
DANIEL HAWKS ! Wrote:
**In best Darth Vader impression mode** I find your lack of good suggestions... disturbing...
It. Prints. Stickers. It's a game machine that prints out stickers. STICKERS!!! How is that not a good suggestion?
We already have a platform that does that: it's called the Game Boy, and it also has a library of more than 10 games!
But that's an accessory. The actual machine itself prints them out. And, since when did a system having a small library disqualify it for documentation? Wouldn't that make it easier to document then?
I think the most interesting element of having different platforms up here is being able to see how a given game was represented differently across different platforms. Platforms with small, entirely platform-exclusive libraries don't excite me much.
By all means, I think it should eventually be folded in, I just wouldn't prioritize it over, say, the Tandy VIS 8)
I can't help but realize that we are very strange people for having such obscure interests. I wonder how other people would react to our obscure interests. :D
And, naturally, the obscure conflicts defining the areas where our obscure interests do and do not overlap.
Guys, please stop quarreling. You have to respect each other's opinions. You have to be tolerant. You have to realize that you both are totally wrong, that nobody cares for any of those platforms and that Sharp x68000 is the platform that has to be added.
Until I see the V.Smile here I won't be a happy man...
You're easy to please! V.Smile
Seriously? I had no idea! Finally I get to catalog all of my Winnie The Pooh games! *glee*
(actually, I never thought in a million years this would be a priority to document here. Shows how much I know...). ;)
Hey now, I didn't say his wasn't worth documenting. I just said we have very strange and obscure interests. I want to know one thing though. How could you dislike a system that prints stickers? It's stickers!!! Wheeee!
lolo loli Wrote:
You're welcome, dear spambot!