The Gamecube was a low-point for Nintendo - financially, at least. It was their poorest-selling home console to date (assuming you’re not including the Virtual Boy, because you’re a reasonable human being) and it came out at a time where the Playstation 2 was setting all kinds of records, finally providing itself to be Nintendo’s greatest challenge yet.
Despite this underdog status (or maybe because of it), the Gamecube’s game library ended up being pretty fantastic - Nintendo offered their developers a lot of creative freedom in the hopes of striking a chord with gamers, and it shows. The weirdest main Mario game for a console, a renaissance for Metroid, a game starring Luigi, a new franchise about enslaved bug-creatures, and (arguably) series best entries for Smash Bros. and Mario Kart.
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Darwyn Cooke’s December DC Variant Covers
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Show of hands: How many of you have ever been 5 minutes late for something because you couldn’t remember where you put your phone? I can’t see you, but I’m gonna assume that 99% of you have your hands in the air, and the remaining 1% is a bunch of filthy liars. I personally have spent countless hours of my life on my knees, tearing my home apart only to find that my that my phone was crammed between couch cushions, rolled up in a blanket, or, for some reason, buried in the vegetable crisper. If Apple were to include an external keychain remote with with every device they sell, they could ensure that no phone is ever lost again. Just click the panic button and to set off a loud, blaring alarm that will instantly let you find whatever bizarre place you left your iPhone. I mean, think about. Cars have panic buttons, and while I lose phones all the time, I’ve only ever misplaced two cars.
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The Little Rascals Have Recreated Their Classic Movie Cover Twenty Years Later
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