Awesome Saturn Exclusives: RPGs
Hello, and welcome back to Silver Linings , where I find the positives in maligned pop culture. I didn't get a chance to play the Sega Saturn growing up. By the time I was old enough to buy my own games, the Saturn was already being phased out. It's botched early launch, high price point that didn't lower until it was just about dead, and Bernie Stolar's poor handling of Sega killed it in only two years in America. I didn't get my first real exposure to the Saturn until I hooked up with my current squeeze (we've been together now for 11 years, thank you very much).
One-Hitters Who Deserve a Second Listen
Hello, and welcome to another installment of Silver Linings , where I look at maligned stuff and find the positives. I watch a lot of web shows. One of my favorites is a pop music critic named Todd Nathanson, the guy you can (or rather can't) see in the pic above, who goes by the moniker of "Todd in the Shadows." Along with his pop song reviews and countdowns, he produces a side-series called One-Hit Wonderland where he looks at one-hit wonders, listens to the rest of their output, and determines if they deserved to be bigger than just one-hit wonders. To date, he's featured 61 artists. Some deserved more playtime, and some didn't even deserve their one hit.
Defending Joel Schumacher
Hello, and welcome to another installment of Silver Linings , the column where I find the positive aspects of the most maligned things in pop culture.
The Top 20 Best Games for the Worst Consoles
Hello, and welcome to Silver Linings . This column is all about finding the positive aspects of frequently maligned things in pop culture.