I love the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It might be my favorite console. It boasts many of the more entertaining games available.
A while back, I wrote an article about book promotion companies who can’t even promote themselves. They call or email you, try to sell you a book promotion package to boost your sales, and after you piss away your $700, you don’t see an increase in sales.
Ultima VII, the Black Gate, was originally released in April of 1992 by FCI/Pony Canyon. I don't know why, but I love the name Pony Canyon. The SNES port was released in 1994. Evidently, due to a lack of available memory—the SNES is limited to one megabyte of memory—many features were changed or scrapped.
Hello, readers, writers, authors, and book promoters. My name is Aaron Dennis. I’ve been writing for almost 10 years. I do a pretty good job of it, too.
Evidently, people still think that sex toys, and masturbators especially, are for single people who either don’t have a sex life or prefer not to have one, but that’s a skewed view.
The Ultima series has long since been around, but the first Ultima game I played was Ulima VI. It was originally released by Origin Systems Inc in 1990. It's also the third and final game in the "Age of Enlightenment" trilogy. Ultima VI was then adapted from PC platforms to the SNES in 1993, which is when I stumbled across it.