Tuesday, October 15, 2013

SOME VIDEO GAMES WILL NEVER LOSE THEIR REPLAY VALUE

Along with Return Of The Jedi and Cyndi Lauper's She's So Unusual LP, 2013 is also the 30th Anniversary of my all-time favorite game and its characters.  Like Pac-Man got his recognition for his 30th Anniversary three years ago, too bad Q*Bert hasn't gotten the same, except for his appearance in Wreck It Ralph.  A new Q*Bert game hasn't been made since around 1999-2000 for the PS1/PC and a 30th Ann. Edition arcade game like Pac's would have been nice.

I've already said I don't want no lame funeral whenever that time comes - leave your formal clothes and phony funeral parlor histrionics at home because I want to be burned up in a Q*Bert cabinet and call that good.  Anyone else who suggests otherwise and argues my preference is to be killed immediately.  And their body dumped anywhere in Green County, KY, where their "police" does not and will not investigate anything where a person has obviously been murdered and not just simply "missing".

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