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  1. As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

    Funny thing though. Before Sonic 1 began development, Yuji Naka was programming another game for the Genesis: Metal Lancer. This project was ultimately cancelled for being too complex for the hardware, but depending on how powerful and the features of the Summit are; maybe Naka could work on...
  2. As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

    Agreed. I also like the Sega Summit.
  3. Mario Goes Hollywood: A Collaborative Timeline

    Dually noted, I've changed it up.
  4. Mario Goes Hollywood: A Collaborative Timeline

    Nintendo Game Boy Alpha Potential Launch Date: May 20th, 2001 in Japan, July 31st, 2001 in North America, and October 18th, 2001 in Europe and Australia. Media: Philips Go Gear Flash Cartridges. Minimum Size: 12MB. Maximum Size: 80MB. Screen dimensions: (2.4 in × 1.8 in), 4.24 in diagonally...
  5. As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

    Well, according to Wikipedia, Namco actually had their console in the works that would have been as powerful as the Super NES. But the release of the Mega Drive in 89 caused Namco to pull back on the reigns. As for the PC Engine itself, while Namco would be a good start for third party support...
  6. Pop Culture Oneshot Scenarios

    Please click the link for my reaction.
  7. Battle Royale: The Last Generation Of An SNES-CD Saga

    Well Sega and Bandai merged in 1998, so I just assumed that Banpresto was one of the four divisions that was allowed to continue on business as usual (Bandai Entertainment, Studio Sunrise, and Bandai Toys were the other three), with the Super Robot Wars games now being exclusive to Sega and then...
  8. Mario Goes Hollywood: A Collaborative Timeline

    Well, that's going to take some time to get done, but in the mean time I do have a gaming post ready to post: Part 1 of the Game Boy Alpha's launch. With your permission, of course?
  9. Burying the Hatchet: A Nintendo/Sega TL

    Battle tower challenge?
  10. Battle Royale: The Last Generation Of An SNES-CD Saga

    It's fine Ry. Just keep taking care of yourself out there.
  11. As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

    Well here's hoping Butch doesn't fall down the slippery slope of bad faith that is plaguing his otl counterpart.
  12. Pop Culture Oneshot Scenarios

    One timeline I would like to see is a Sony fails to break through with the PlayStation and transitions back into chip support a la NEC.
  13. Pop Culture Oneshot Scenarios

    Interesting, but I would need more information.
  14. The SEGA Generation

    Good to know now. I would recommend the chipsets from VIA Technologies, but from what I researched about them they are the Great Value of the chipset industry. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_VIA_chipsets#Socket_3
  15. "What Madness Is This?" Volume II: Prophecies in the Dark

    What comes to mind for me when I think of pinnacle weeaboos:
  16. As Dreamers Do: American Magic Redux

    Personally, I feel that four consoles would be the absolute maximum number of home consoles a consumer market should have.
  17. The Iron Age of Comics: Jim Shooter's Return to Marvel

    The car that Gunpei is in doesn't get rear ended or he takes the subway that day, completely avoiding the accident.
  18. The Iron Age of Comics: Jim Shooter's Return to Marvel

    Well if I can make a recommendation for studios, how about Gallop? Yes, the same studio behind Yu-Gi-Oh. But one thing people seem to forget is that Gallop also did these shows:
  19. Battle Royale: The Last Generation Of An SNES-CD Saga

    The only other fire emblem game I have is rise of the exalt's sequel, which could br summarized as what if Chrom was Zuko and Corrin is "a kept in the dark about his origins" Aang. I can talk about it a bit more in a pm.
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