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10-24-2010 @ 4:49PM
I'm assuming that most of use in the WoW crowd aren't fans of racing games, but I know that I am. And 'Rock n' Roll Racing' for the SNES was one of my all-time favorite games. Not all time favorite RACING game.. No no no.. All time FAVORITE GAME OF ALL TIME! The music, the action, the explosions! It was a truly great game and it's a real reminder of my youth.
10-25-2010 @ 1:07AM
I couldn't agree with you more.my dad and I played that game so much when I was little, we started out renting it from a local gas station/movie rental combo and after the 10th consecutive time of renting it the store owner told us we could keep it this time around. I still play that game, I've been tempted to make a tribute as an SC2 map.
10-25-2010 @ 2:24AM
A tribute SC2 map in honor of RnR Racing is a very cool idea. I don't play SC, though.. So I can't really partake in such a thing.. But YEAH cool Idea bro. Perhaps I'll make a WoW hunter and name him JakeBadlands.. Get me some RnR Racing named pets to go along with him.. A croc named Green? Perhaps a jormunger named SnakeSanders? How about two lion pets named Rip and Shred! God this could get interesting. Of course, nobody on Earthen Ring US will get the references when I run around in Orgrimmar. Hell, nobody even understands my current hunter and all of his 'Phish' references... oh well.
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