I just had to share this wonderful sprite with you, as featured in last weeks article about Wolverine’s many sprites. Yes, that’s Wolverine, from The Uncanny X-Men on the NES.
Character portraits from the Commodore 64 version of Street Fighter II. Yes, there’s a Commodore 64 version of Street Fighter II and yes, it’s terrible.
From Konami’s arcade beat-em-up Vendetta / Crime Fighters 2, here’s a Hulk Hogan lookalike being dry-humped in the middle of the street.
Okay, so this might take a little explaining. I was digging through some old files and I found this musical masterpiece that someone I used to know and I made many years ago. There was a “music” making program called Dance eJay, right? And the PC version of Resident Evil stores all the voice acting on the disc as wav files. You can import wavs into Dance eJay. You see where this is going? It still makes me laugh today, because I am still terribly immature. Enjoy!
(P.S. The strange warbling noise came from, if I remember correctly, a McDonald’s Happy Meal Furby, which my younger brother later set on fire.)
I meant to reblog this during the 2012 review, but I forgot. Consider it my new year’s gift to you.