Submitted by negative_zero 1036d ago | opinion piece

The Top 10 Best Things About the 1997 Star Fox 64 Promotional Video

Negative World writes: What’s that kids, you want ol’ gramps here to tell you a story? No? Well you’re getting one whether you like it or not. Now sit down, close your eyes and journey with me back into the deep, dark mists of time. Back before your HDTVs, your motion controls and your digital downloads...

The year was 1997. In those days we didn’t have this fancy “Internet” thing that we could use to go to “Negative World” every day to get all of the latest and greatest in video gaming entertainment. No sirs. We subscribed to Nintendo Power, and we were gosh darn lucky if the VHS promo tapes they sent us didn’t get lost in the mail. What is that little Billy, you want to know what a “VHS” and the “mail” are? Well that, my boy, is a story for another day. (Culture, Retro, Star Fox, Star Fox 64, Starfox 64 3DS)

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