Lost in Flight: Propeller Arena
By Eric Oborne | August 4th, 2012
In 2001, the United States saw the loss of thousands of lives in a tragedy that will be remembered for years to come. The impact it had on the loved ones of those who died, the city of New York, and our country was immense and has shaped how our country operates today to fight the war on terror. What some people may not know is that the attack on September 11th had also brought upon the cancellation of one of the Dreamcast’s last remaining games.
The Pioneer & Its Sequel: Experiencing Phantasy Star Online
By Gregory Oborne | July 20th, 2012
Here I am, installing and updating the game I said I would not play. The sour taste of the previous games’ demise still lingers, and the sweet scent of being free of the series’ shackles is refreshing. I thought I could withstand the temptations of the newest Phantasy Star, but one thought of missing out on the sci-fi beauty of SEGA’s legendary RPG series was enough to awaken the HUmar in me.
My First Dreamcast Encounter
By Clark DeVitis | June 27th, 2012
This will be my first article for our website, It’s Still Thinking.
I remember the day I turned six, and walked out onto my back deck in summer of 2001. I was having a Dragon Ball themed party, because it (along with Sonic) was my favorite thing in the whole world. I had owned a Sega Genesis, a gift from my cousin who is the other editor of this site, and fell in love with Sonic at a very young age. But until this birthday, I had never seen any new games since the Genesis era and did not know how much they had progressed. It all changed that day, when after all my preceding presents, my parents pulled out a Sega Dreamcast from behind their chair.