2017/4/1: Virtual Boy: Strip Poker II

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Retro STrife
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Re: 2017/4/1: Virtual Boy: Strip Poker II

Postby Retro STrife » April 2nd, 2017, 12:21 pm

BlasteroidAli wrote:I forgot what today was... really you have surpassed yourself with this one. I swallowed it hook line and sinker. :mrgreen:


Same here. Maybe the funniest review yet, and I fell for it too. I almost complained here in the forums that although the review was hilarious it gave no details about the actual gameplay!...and then I realized what day it was.

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Re: 2017/4/1: Virtual Boy: Strip Poker II

Postby jon » April 3rd, 2017, 9:09 am

I too miss the way girls dressed in the 90's lol

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Re: 2017/4/1: Virtual Boy: Strip Poker II

Postby BlasteroidAli » April 3rd, 2017, 9:14 pm

jon wrote:I too miss the way girls dressed in the 90's lol

The 80s and the 90s.... for me.

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Re: 2017/4/1: Virtual Boy: Strip Poker II

Postby jon » April 3rd, 2017, 11:01 pm

Well to be honest, I was thinking the mid 90's. Actually by just saying the 90's it could mean the 80's or the 90's. Because 80's fashion didn't really end until 1991-1992 when pop culture changed. But I'd say 1994-1995 was just an amazing time because I really liked how girls were dressing then. Just looking at music videos you can tell. For example, look how TLC and Boyz II Men dressed in their videos from like 1994-1995, just perfect. And no, I didn't go through the 2000's dressing like an 80's kid going to clubs playing New Wave garbage and denouncing such 90's innovations as Gangsta Rap and Grunge Rock. Nope, not a poseur.


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