Look for the six golden eggs from Thursday
- Follow Mr. Bubba’s rappin rhymes riddles on twitter @beelziBUBBER and @david_sausage
- See if you can find the six golden eggs
- Send an email with your contact email address to the special address you find on the flag. If there’s no flag then crack the egg to find the email you need inside!
- The most prolific egg hunter wins a special Japan-only chottomatte goodie-prize bag presented by Bubba on Saturday
Where FEEK and Ice Cream be getting it on
You can talk to Mother Goose through the intercom correction *M.I.A.*
Goosey got the PARTY bug like bird influenza
If you can’t find the bog see the motion sensor!
Under the city’s DRAGON by da O.G. Pandas *FOUND!*
Mama Goosey dropped her load, climb to have a gander
If you go and find MILK at the top of the steps
She told MOTHER GOOSE she better know the LEDGE
She drops another load as ACER sinks ships
Look below the fresh pieces and through the rubbish
Where the wolf howls over @xnz moonlit canopy *found*
Goosey got brave and dropped her gold in a tree
I got a present from my friend whose his job is hair dresser as well as a sick skateboarder. That is etnies shooooooes for my son Joji! I love you Morichan. His shop is only 1min walk away form Yutenji stn, Tokyu Toyoko Line. This is a place where many skaters pop in.
Some old movie from our Christmas overnight smash hit with Lionel Richie. Pay due attention to the sensuous detail on Lionel’s facials by Simon True of Heroin Skateboards.
Blazepipe is for pipes
The eggs have arrived safely… Watch out for them in and around Nelson Street, Bristol on the 18th! Squaaaaark!
The Dreamcast console made it’s debut in November 1998 in Japan and was later introduced to the North America and Europe markets.
What sets the Dreamcast apart from other consoles of the time and indeed today is the high concentration of fresh, stylish, innovative and playable games. The Dreamcast console’s lifespan ended prematurely after a few years but in that time so many excellent games became available – Crazy Taxi, House of the Dead II, Samba De Amigo (with maracas controllers). There were some pretty weird, mostly Japanese only releases to boot:
Seaman – a ‘game’ in which you raised your own half fish half man from an egg via communication through a special microphone controller add on.
Tokyo Bus Guide – another ‘game’ simulator in which you learn how to erm, drive a bus accurately around Tokyo picking up and dropping off Tokyoites. Don’t bump the Kerb or it’s game over???
Rez – a fast paced shooting game with unique visuals set to a banging house soundtrack.
Get Bass – you errrr get bass fish by plugging in your fishing controller and ah,, waiting for fish.
Sega Karaoke – here you bought yet another machine add-on which fit at the bottom of the console and allowed you to download the songs of your liking via the Internet and yes, sing them through a microphone controller!
However, there was really only one specific title that caught my eye, a game called Jet Set Radio.
Graffiti, Shibuya, Sega’s arcade freshness and underneath that a really fun game that was and still is very interesting to watch and play. I made it my priority to get hold of this and a Dreamcast as soon as it became affordable and it didn’t disappoint. After a brief challenge to get the hang of the trigger boost system similar to Tony Hawks, you are invited to barge recklessly into rival crew members, rack their paint and get up on the side of a bus in broad daylight in Shibuya bus station! This game is haaawsome!!
Luckily the Dreamcast came with a serious hardware fault in terms of piracy – the laser inside can read normal CD’s burnt on your home PC. If you can find a cheap Dreamcast from Book-Off or ebay and a couple of CD-R audio disks you can burn these games and see for yourself what I’m onnabout. Below there’s a link to De La Jet Set Radio (the limited edition Japan only release) which has extra levels and characters.
You’ll definately have fun playing this game. The soundtrack is radickle, the gameplay is fun and the graphics still fraxilate my cranium over 10 years later. Keep a flying eyeball out for Bristol writer Inkie’s graffiti in there too.
here (.nrg file)
Emulators for the Dreamcast and other games can be found here
Discjuggler trial version (trial version burns .cdi files onto your CD-R audio disk)