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So is this how you use Pokémon Bank? ⊟
You just put any animal into a box, and it gets uploaded to a cloud, right? And then decades from now your grandkids will be able to download the creature and play with it? Online features on the 3DS are always so peculiar..
This lovely shot comes from Jessica Lynn Hanusewicz — you can follow her photo journal on Tumblr here.
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So is this how you use Pokémon Bank? ⊟

You just put any animal into a box, and it gets uploaded to a cloud, right? And then decades from now your grandkids will be able to download the creature and play with it? Online features on the 3DS are always so peculiar..

This lovely shot comes from Jessica Lynn Hanusewicz — you can follow her photo journal on Tumblr here.

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Arcade girls in Creel, Mexico, shot by Adam Teale
I can’t remember any arcade in the U.S. or any other country I’ve visited looking as colorful as this. 
SEE ALSO More photos of arcade cabinets around the world

Arcade girls in Creel, Mexico, shot by Adam Teale

I can’t remember any arcade in the U.S. or any other country I’ve visited looking as colorful as this. 

SEE ALSO More photos of arcade cabinets around the world
  • Source blog.gamefreaks.co.nz
"Pilgrim On A Forest Road: Into the Mist of Old Japan" by T. Enami (click for a larger version). Roguelike/Mystery Dungeon fans might see this and immediatly associate it with Shiren the Wanderer, but it’s actually a glass lantern slide shot some time around 1898. Notice the lack of a weasel on the traveller’s shoulder.
The Meiji-era photographer took two other photos of the pilgrim, which you can find in this Flickr set.
Preorder: Shiren the Wanderer Wii ($36.99)
Buy: Shiren the Wanderer DS
See also: Shiren and Koppa overlooking a hamlet tucked away in the forest
[Thanks, Kay!]

"Pilgrim On A Forest Road: Into the Mist of Old Japan" by T. Enami (click for a larger version). Roguelike/Mystery Dungeon fans might see this and immediatly associate it with Shiren the Wanderer, but it’s actually a glass lantern slide shot some time around 1898. Notice the lack of a weasel on the traveller’s shoulder.

The Meiji-era photographer took two other photos of the pilgrim, which you can find in this Flickr set.

Preorder: Shiren the Wanderer Wii ($36.99)

Buy: Shiren the Wanderer DS

See also: Shiren and Koppa overlooking a hamlet tucked away in the forest

[Thanks, Kay!]

Perhaps some sort of real content to come later (if I can ever stop working on other projects), but for now, artifacts from the latest flickr crawl. The angle in user Anderson Costa’s photo would be compelling enough, but the side-by-side of the brick and the DS is what catches the eye. At least, when you’re me and you’re into such things, it does.

Perhaps some sort of real content to come later (if I can ever stop working on other projects), but for now, artifacts from the latest flickr crawl. The angle in user Anderson Costa’s photo would be compelling enough, but the side-by-side of the brick and the DS is what catches the eye. At least, when you’re me and you’re into such things, it does.

Doing a little Flickr-crawling tonight while avoiding all the things I should be working on, and this caught my eye. Such iconic images: the persevering charm of the NES gamepad and the iPod, side by side, completely different, and yet together serving as bookends for a generation. Best photo ever? No, but it does pack a punch.

Doing a little Flickr-crawling tonight while avoiding all the things I should be working on, and this caught my eye. Such iconic images: the persevering charm of the NES gamepad and the iPod, side by side, completely different, and yet together serving as bookends for a generation. Best photo ever? No, but it does pack a punch.