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The Newness (August 20, 2001)

    If you are reading this edition of the Newness, that means that one of the deepest signs of the coming apocalypse has happened: I've got internet access. As I'm typing this, I don't have it yet, but hopefully it'll just take one phone call tomorrow and BOOM... I'm in. At this point, you're wondering, "So what, man?" Here's what: the reason why this site had so many gazillion broken links was because I had to put everything that I did for the site on a bunch of 3.5 floppy discs, go to the library or Raijin-Z's crib (mad thanks to Rajin-Z and Chris)and upload it. And almost always, I forgot to make copies of this file and that file. Well, funk that. I'm on the web now. Here's what's changing:

1.) Now that I can look at the online version of my site, I can test every link and page to see what works and what doesn't. There'll be far less broken links and images (sorry, RyoDMC! I got your link together on Saturday. Thanks for linking to me). You'll see more updates, at least once every two weeks.

2.) I can easily upload stuff that was too big to put on a floppy disc. This is crucial for some of the stuff I've been planning to do for this site. Those of you have figured out that certain time release option will easily figure out what I'm talking about. Soon, you'll be able to download some files from here. Some very interesting files...

3.) The Warp Zone link section is going to get deeeeeeeeeeeeep. I'm gonna seek and find sites about platform/side scroll gaming that'll send you to places all about what you want to see. Sure, it's pretty easy to find whole Mega Man sites, but what about Final Fight? Crystalis? Bionic Commando? I'll seek 'em out for you (and me, of course). If you've got a site and you want me to link to you, just e-mail me! Even if it isn't about video games at all, I'll put it up (as long as it isn't horribly nasty and sick).

There's more than that, but I don't feel like talking about it. Hey, here's my new favorite part to do of the Newness...

From the Top of the Dome (stuff that I was thinking of when I typed this out):

If this hook-up doesn't get straightened out tomorrow, I'm gonna have to just knock somebody the @#$% out... Hope I can get my digital cable (for TV) working tomorrow, too... How much phlegm can the human body actually produce in the span of less than two hours? What the hell... I can't beleive that the Castlevania classic disc for PS One is coming to the States! Joy... Konami's shying away from 3-D Castlevanias from now on? Someone's listning... my head hurts... okay, in Final Fight, when Damnd (in the beginning) or Belger (the end) are holding Jessica captive, she's got a tight short dress, but when Belger drops her on the floor, she suddenly has a big @#$ prom dress on? Clothing that changes shape... maybe a symbiote... Carnage... Maximum Carnage... shouldn't think of that game before I go to sleep... What the hell kind of action figure has legs, but you can't move 'em? I'd have gotten that nice lookin' Wonder Woman/Wonder Girl set, but the legs don't move. That's bull$#$%, man... I wonder if Arban's seen her character card yet... just got Kimberly's done, but when am I gonna do mine? Oh well... My room looks like the Juggernaut and the Hulk were up in here conducting a police search... my head hurts... I should go to sleep... okay, clock z's. ZZZZZZZZZZZ...

 

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Dominique from Double Dragon V: the Shadow Falls. If the programmers weren't forced to the constraints of the cartoon's character designs, I might've liked this game more. The slippery control doesn't help either. What is a woman who looks like THAT doing in a kid's game? I ask this over and over and over...

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