December 7th, 2005
|11:34 am - help them make it to their scarab escape vehicle!|
What are you talking about? I never pledged no more Journey.
DOAN STOP! BEELEEBIN'! NERR NERR NERR NERRRRR!
HOL'ON TO THE FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAH
One of the weirdest bits of cross-marketing of that era. Right up there with the Michael Jackson "Moonwalker" video game and the Aerosmith first person shooter...
Hey man, I TOTALLY pwn3d Revolution X!
Too bad the home cart couldn't include a tape loop of Don't Stop Believing, like the arcade game did.
Well, this is the era of remakes. Imagine how good the game could be built on, say, the Grand Theft Auto platform.
"Dude, you just iced Journey."
Give hot coffee to love-crazed groupies!
(Now I'm remembering the whole Love Fist storyline in Vice City and I can't get their song out of my head. Dangit!)
|Date:||December 7th, 2005 07:27 pm (UTC)|| |
You say that, but trust me, you haven't lived until you've heard 'Don't Stop Believing' played in the Atari 2600's awesome two-part harmony.
May I link to this image and re-post? Certain members of my friends list are obsessed with Journey. I am not exaggerating.
Sure. It's flotsam anyway, I just saved a copy on my webspace so I could link to it.
...my girlfriend just said, "hey, I remember that game! It had a big head!"
Ummm, Journey, the favorite band of girls I went to HS with.
Don't remember the game.
For that matter, don't remember any of the songs.
Sadly, the ad copy overlooks Those Born to Sing the Blues.
Given that they are all ugly lugs, I would say "Yes. Yes, I am hot enough to play with Journey. I maybe be a big fat lump, but I'm *still* better looking than any of those guys."
(also, what is that guy on the right looking at, do you suppose?)
He's looking at the shiny shiny whitemanfro.
i want a scarab escape vehicle too.
I need to get a picture of the Steve Perry tribute car.