Black and fab. 23. Libra. ENFJ.
Bay Area. UC Berkeley Grad: Media Studies.
Writer, artist, illustrator, producer, critic, Disney Princessologist.
Benevolent Media Proprietor in training.
It's also my business standard.
How to play The Sims
- spend 3 hours creating your family
- spend 3 days creating your house
- play the actual game for 20 minutes
- do not touch for 4 months
Seriously tho who was in charge of Samus’s character model her anatomy is ridiculous
Sexism Is Over
my entry to the DoA 5 costume contest. i hope i am one of the winners because Rig has like hardly no cute outfits aside from his halloween one and his casual one. #justiceformybaby
“gamecube is now considered a classic console”
i fuckin hate how daisy goes ”WOOHOO” when she passes u in mariokart. especially when ur like tied with her so all u hear is WOOHOO WOOHOO WOOHOO WOOHOO WOO FUCKING HOO
boys like ’ you only play games to get boys to like you!!!! youre not a real fan’
ah yes when i was five years old and i started playing on a n64 all i could think of was ‘im going to get so much dick for this’
“EightyTwo, which opens its doors on March 21, has games like Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Street Fighter 2 and Mortal Kombat planted in its 4,000-square-foot building designed by Sci-Arc architect Darin Johnstone. There are two arcade rooms with one of them housing pinball machines helmed by Echo Park’s Pins N Needles’ owner Molly Atkinson (who is EightyTwo’s manager and resident technician). In between the two rooms is a courtyard shaded by trees.
A DJ booth aptly shaped like a prop out of a video game sits in one room, a spot DJs Waldo Rules and Them Jeans will be spinning during EightyTwo’s opening night. Above the bar you can see live projections of games being played; it’s a spectator sport for arcade aficionados.
The bar is the brainchild of childhood friends Noah Sutcliffe and Scott Davids, who have been passionate about video games since they were kids. Sutcliffe hopes that people can visit the bar with friends or feel like they can even meet someone cool there going solo.
"I hope people discover something they like that they didn’t know they were into before," Sutcliffe tells LAist."
EightyTwo is located at 707 E. 4th Place in downtown, Los Angeles (Arts District), (213) 626-8200. It’s open Tuesdays through Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., Fridays from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m., and closed on Mondays.
An arcade lounge for grown-ups in DTLA? Yes Lawd. All they need is Street Fighter 3: Third Strike and I will gladly make this my headquarters when time permits. :-)