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Capcom's 1989 title Strider is a side-scrolling action platformer set in a dystopian future. Players assume the role of Hiryu, a high-tech ninja assassin who can climb up walls using metal hooks.
For one night only, we're serving up our fan-favorite S'more Sundae as part of Stroll the Street's Campfire and S'more night. Come on by and partake in some freshly-toasted gooey marshmallow goodness!
In this episode of Tubby Talk, Terry, Steve, and Chris discuss the world-consuming power of the little grey brick known as the Nintendo Game Boy.
Topic discussed include: battery life, Tetris, Spider Man, carrying cases, the Super Mario Land series, F1 Race, the Pokemon series, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Donkey Kong '94, Super Game Boy, Game Boy variations, Mega Man, the Kirby series, the Wario series, Game Boy competitors, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS
In this episode of Tubby Talk, Terry, Steve, and Chris conclude their discussion about the console wars with the events that lead from the dawn of 3D gaming to the modern era.
Topics discussed include: Turbo Grafx 16, Turbo Express, Game Gear, Xbox, The Sega Channel, Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, Gamecube, PS2, Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
In celebration of the holiday weekend, we're serving up a special sundae: The Red White and Blue!
The Red White and Blue starts with three mini-scoops of strawberry, vanilla, and blueberry cheesecake ice cream. We top it off with fresh strawberries and blueberries, along with a dollop of homemade whipped cream.
Stop on by and get it while you can!
The Tubby Robot Ice Cream Factory will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th so our staff can get its grill on.
We'll promptly resume our normal schedule on July 5th with a special sundae to continue the independence day celebration through the weekend.
In this episode of Tubby Talk, Terry, Steve, and Chris discuss the history of the console wars and the consumer trends that drove game makers into a decades-long battle of one-upmanship.
Systems discussed include: Atari 2600, Atari 5400, NES, Master System, Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, Sony Playstation, Nintendo 64.