Very true. The radio situation is very prevalent now that we have conglomerates that own record studios and such but also many of the advertisers that are paying for ads on stations. This leads to "play songs by X studio or we won't run ads from X advertiser on your station" type intimidation.
Yeah, the shady practices by Nintendo was partly aimed at the contracts situation but also their intimidating retailers to not carry "non-Nintendo licensed" product. Color Dreams, Tengen and Wisdom Tree were greatly hurt by this practice but I remember many retailers extending that caveat out to non-Nintendo consoles too. Nintendo had a lot of power back then.
Alien Soldier is like a 16-Bit boss rusg game. Very graphical and still quite good.
N4G mods report me for adding the date onto the title so that is why these articles are named like they are.
Still a great game.
Breath easy now.
No love for Vectorman? Or Alien Soldier?
Can only find out for sure if you give it a chance. ;)
A lot of us are in the same boat as you.
Do you have a link to them saying that? I am only interested in presenting the correct information. I have not heard anyone dispute, with proof, the information I provided in this article. If there is proof, I will edit it and do my best to get that information out to our readers.
I mention other apps that do similar but not as far reaching requirements in the article. Thanks for reading and commenting.
I don't get why it is so hard to just give good content in normal format anymore. I do in my sites, only breaking huge, 8,000+ word, articles into multiple pages of 1,000 words per page or so. We don't make a ton on advertising but we also don't annoy the hell out of our readers.
I have those tips, and more, at the end of the article. Hopefully people will take them in earnest and stay safe.
It is not a series of documentaries? Oh goodness. Lol
Ugh. It is one of those "one sentence" per page click fests rather than a simple page of content, or even many page with actual content. No thanks.
Doubtful that will happen. Look at the gun situation, drunk driving, anything that causes people to hurt others (even if a small number in comparison to the larger user base).
That is why it was submitted as an opinion piece rather than "news". There is more leniency in titling with opinion pieces, from my understanding of the rules here.
Edit: The title was a question yes, more in line with being a nod to the many memes using Pokemon GO as a reason for this tragic car accident. The article is a debunking of those memes.
You didn't really read the article did you?
Do you see this becoming an "excuse" for criminals? Maybe something that police, when investigating, will simply scoff at and leave out of disgust with so many false alarms?
That is a good franchise. It would work so well too.
This is more fluid and "forgiving" than Castlevania. I would call this more of a fantasy Super Mario style game.
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