by Finni Chang.
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"I MISS HER TOO, SON, BUT SHE’S IN A BETTER PLACE" "heaven?" "NO, GAMESTOP. WHY WOULD YOUR SEGA SATURN BE IN HEAVEN?" "i miss mom." "I DONT"— Mike Rosenthal (@VectorBelly) July 6, 2013
Screens from the cancelled 90s Akira game, which would have been for SNES, Genesis (Mega Drive), Mega CD, Gameboy and Game Gear. Scanned from various game magazines.
Favorite Video Game Trailers: 3/?? → Cyberpunk 2077
EA’s Origin Humble Bundle brings $1.65 million to American Cancer Society
In a tweet congratulating the team at Electronic Arts for their part in the highly successful Humble Origin Bundle, EA’s Peter Moore said that the company had donated $1.65 million of the $10.5 million generated by the bundle to the American Cancer Society.
When EA, Origin, and the Humble Bundle announced the Humble Origin Bundle back in August, they said that all of EA’s and Origin’s profits would go to give charities - the Human Rights Campaign; Watsi; the San Francisco AIDS Foundation; the American Red Cross; or the American Cancer Society.— Peter Moore (@petermooreEA)