Submissions (November 2005)

Comments, e-mails, artwork and more from GameCola’s readers.

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I bloody hope I’m not married to Travis! That bandana just creeps me out… how would I have kissed him at the ceremony? Instead of lifting the veil, I lift the bandana??

Cheers for the mention sir : )

Hang on, I’m blonde… that’s Zack I was looking at : P. Anyhoo… I don’t like beards… spesh if I’m marrying the person. That’s just plain creepy : )

– Matteous


HM… my favorite part of this issue? Although I’m tempted to say it’s this month’s edition of Oh, the Humanity! where I recycled the jokes from one review to write another, so that I could call it a “Bonus Double-Feature” or I could say it was my review of a Nintendo game which I spent less time playing than I did writing a review of said game. I think my favorite part would have to be where Paul miscalculated my average rating on the dismally-poor Frankenstein and inadvertently made me give it one of my highest game reviews.

– Zack


My favorite part this month was the pictures contrasting the hardware required for Dig Dug way back when with the chip that stores hundreds of games. As an aside, now that I know the Mr. T thermos exists, I’m not sure I can live without it. Sure, I was fine when I was blissfully unaware of its existence, but now that it has entered my world, it must remain a permanent fixture in my life. Please, God, let Paul choose me!

– Tim Morea


Oh My God!!! A Mr. T Thermos!! Do you have any idea how much I loved the A-Team in the ’80s? Well I won’t tell you ’cause it probably wouldn’t be healthy.

Anyway, my favourite part of this issue was “Low Rent Adventures in Japan”, because I love Japan almost as much as the A-Team. Uh…yeah.

– Jeremy Stock


My favorite part of GameCola this month was when I realized that there’s no more News section. Oh wait that was my least favorite part… where’s the News section? I liked that section.

– Becca Clipper


Low Rent Adventures In Japan, of all the things we hear about the ‘amusing’ and ‘wacky’ Japanese way of life, its nice to hear about the more run-of-the mill day to day life. Even if it does involve working for CAPCOM. Fucker.

– Craig Bass


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 – Eric Regan

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