Friday, October 31, 2014

How to Keep Sneakers Deadstock

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Monday, October 27, 2014

Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle that Defined a Generation

Over the last few years I’ve come to appreciate the video gaming generation I grew up on; late 80’s to late 90’s.  The amazing thing is; I’m not the only one.  Many people who were gamers during those years also appreciate the quality and memories that those games have.  A lot of this renewed enthusiasm in those older games is a result of social media websites such as youtube, blogs, and eBay.  These sites help us relive our past and remind us that it was those classic games that shaped the passions and hobbies we have today.  In recognizing this, I now like to watch and read any material that provides a greater understanding into my past.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

2015 Blue Jays Promotional Giveaway Wish List

Here’s my wish list for possible promotional stadium giveaways from the Blue Jays in 2015.
1. Garden gnome of Adam Lind
2. Beard hat of José Bautista
3. 1992 or 1993 World Series Championship commemorative ring
4.  Blue Jays calendar that features birthdays, stickers, and highlights team history
5.  Blue Jays sunglasses or wayfarers with the team logo

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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Lego City Undercover Wii U Chase McCain Minifigure

Here are two awesome Lego collectables that I’m adding to my collection.  The first is a video game called Lego City Undercover for the Nintendo Wii U.  The game is a combination between Grand Theft Auto, the Die Hard franchise and a Lego game.  I really think combining all three ideas into one game was an awesome idea because I’m a fan of them all.  The cover of the game is a classic Lego video game cover, displaying all the fun things to do in the game.  I also like that the game comes with a colour manual included.
The second Lego collectable that I’m adding to my collection is a minifigure of Chase McCain, the hero from the game.  This minifigure (set 5000281) was given out to anyone that pre-ordered the game.  The figure is simple with only 4 pieces to build, but it’s nicely detailed and a beautiful toy to display.  For those that want more than just to display, Lego also released a separate playset of Lego City Undercover featuring Chase McCain.  Besides that playset, I have to say this is a really nice collectable freebie that I hope Lego continues to do with future pre-ordered games.