chumbucket - 2012-04-02 Except he didn't do that perfectly timed cartridge insert line "Google" place cartridge on slot "8-Bit" shoves cartridge in all the way "Maps" just as he flips on the switch.
Old_Zircon - 2012-03-31 Let's fix up those tags, Hyrule has nothing to do with this.
Chalkdust - 2012-03-31 any fool who mixes up Dragon Quest and Legend of Zelda needs to get right the hell out of here
Dinanukht - 2012-03-31 can I take a few minutes first to clear out my desk and say a few tearful goodbyes?
animegurl1000 - 2012-03-31 Google Maps definitely has it on their website. Click that "Start Your Quest" button and zoom in on your city. It's not executed very well, but it's still good for a laugh.
They'll probably take it down after April Fool's Day.
Quad9Damage - 2012-04-01 Did the original Famicoms have frequent problems with games glitching up? I thought that only happened with the toaster style American NES systems because of bent or dirty internal contacts. Still a nice gag, though.
fluffy - 2015-09-17 The reason the US NES was designed that way was to keep dust out, because dust was the main problem with cartridge glitching on the JP Famicom.
It didn't work.
(Nor did blowing on the cartridge; it was just the removal and reinsertion of the cartridge that was naturally cleaning the connector.)
MacGyver Style Bomb - 2012-04-01 Music from everyone's favorite war-crime-denying nationalist fucko!
Chalkdust - 2012-04-01 huh, learn something every day
NewHeavenSalesman - 2012-04-01 yeah, sugiyama pretty much ruined any enjoyment I had for Dragon Quest.
(Shōji Meguro is cooler anyway ^______^)
zerobackup - 2012-04-01 Love the concept, fuck Dragon Quest and everything that DragonBall Z hack has ever worked on. Long live Final Fantasy!