I’d hate to live in the south and wear black tees… i live in the North East and it’s still too hot to wear.
Most of the designs on here that I’d buy, I have to ask myself… hmm do I need another black tee? And then i say no, because I have 2 from a previous set of zelda tees, 4 from the dnd dice monster sets, and countless others I’ve gotten elsewhere.
“The binge” is one of my favorite shirts and it’s on a bright blue shirt!
I am quite sure I will be in there very obscure minority with this suggestion. Yet, I must remain true to my heart and express my deep and genuine desire to see a design imagineered by Arinesart that pays tribute to my personal, all-time, nostalgia generating NES game:
“Mike Tyson’s Punch OUT!”.
OBVIOUSLY, the beautifully simplistic boxing classic doesn’t garner anywhere near the culturally elite status (and, to be clear, such high-arching praise was, and still is, well deserved in most cases—>IMO) as the other legendary, and equally foundational franchises/titles that have served as the creative rocket fuel for some of Arinesart’s most awe-inspiring designs thus far.
Nevertheless, I personally feel that
“Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!”, in it’s own right, also helped usher in a large number of would-be gaming lifer’s that may have otherwise been left out in the cold if they didn’t happen to have a affinity for the fantasy/adventure genre. I feel it could even be legitimately debated that without the depth of interest created by “Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!” it easily could have lead to far less speed growth and interest in the the gaming imdustry, therefore naturally slowing the pace and progression of developement in the technologies that have driven and pushed forward our beloved hobby’s industry. Could I be wrong? Of course, but how many of us would want to find out?!?!
I am willing to bet not very many of us.
Not very many of us, indeed…
P.S. Thanks for indulging me with your time and consideration! =^)