PampleMousse aka DannyHibiki

Jul 22
obscurevideogames:

"Y-yes, Miss Tron" -
The Misadventures of Tron Bonne (Capcom - PSX - 2000)

obscurevideogames:

"Y-yes, Miss Tron" -

The Misadventures of Tron Bonne (Capcom - PSX - 2000)

Jul 21
Jul 21
ououo:

perfection <3 <3 <3 

ououo:

perfection <3 <3 <3 

Jul 16
smithsonian:

Do you miss watching Saturday morning cartoons? Smithsonian Institution’s Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) opens their “What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones” exhibit at the Museum of Moving Image in New York City this Saturday, July 19. Learn more about the exhibit and Jones’ legacy on the exhibit’s website. 

Oh hell yeah. Been looking for a good reason to revisit the Fort Worth Science and History Museum. 
Sure made for a bitchin&#8217; 3rd grade birthday party. Thanks Mom.

smithsonian:

Do you miss watching Saturday morning cartoons? Smithsonian Institution’s Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) opens their “What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones” exhibit at the Museum of Moving Image in New York City this Saturday, July 19. Learn more about the exhibit and Jones’ legacy on the exhibit’s website

Oh hell yeah. Been looking for a good reason to revisit the Fort Worth Science and History Museum.

Sure made for a bitchin’ 3rd grade birthday party. Thanks Mom.

Jul 12
Jul 10
telfurious:

Has this been done? Surely this has been done.

telfurious:

Has this been done? Surely this has been done.

Jul 10

Heard some La Torita for the first time this morning and GOD DAMN!

Gotta new fan.

https://soundcloud.com/la-torita-vic

Jul 08

tsulala:

My dorky little character for pixiv fantasia this year

🔥🔥💀🐐💀🔥🔥

Jul 08

quote Naka had a reputation for being a difficult interview when he was still at Sega, but I had never seen him as aloof during my time with him—he had always been eager and willing to answer my questions.

He was a creative type. He loved programming, relishing the ability to create entire worlds and realities from scratch through the simple act of entering words and commands into a computer. I respected him greatly, and I think he could see that I understood his underlying passion.

I was escorted by a spokesperson to Yuji Naka’s office several floors up. When we walked in, he smiled.

'Ah, it’s you.'

Y’all have to read this piece in the Atlantic: “A Quest for the Secret Origins of Lost Video-Game Levels" by Heidi Kemps. It’s about meeting Yuji Naka (repeatedly), about software piracy, and about her own history of fandom, and it’s the best thing I’ve read in ages.

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I don’t want to say too much more about the contents of the story. Just do me a personal favor and go read it.

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Jul 07

It’s the little things in life. :)