A restaurant chain which is based in Corpus Christi, Texas, and mainly serves the Southern region of the U.S. Has a reputation for making some of the best food you can get at a fast-food place. They do take near-forever when it comes to serving your order, but they compensate for the slow service with the great food.
Sega's last game console. Considered by many to be one of the greatest systems of all time. It died only three years after its launch, due to bad decision-making on a corporate level, no support from EA, and hype from Sony's PlayStation 2. Despite this, the Dreamcast still has a strong following, and games are still being produced for it in Japan. The Dreamcast was innovative in the fact that it was the first next-gen system of the four, had online capabilities right out of the box, and presented the first true 3D Sonic game. Many fans believe that this isn't the last Sega console, and that plans for a new system will begin in at least 6 years, or after Sega pays off their debt.
Originally a Flash game created by Dan Paladin and Tom Fulp, Alien Hominid debuted on Newgrounds in 2002 and received tons of praise. The following year, one of Dan's superiors at a game developer, John Baez, found out about Alien Hominid and decided it should become a console game.
The console version has completely redone coding and art, it is not the Flash version. The game was released on November 22, 2004 for the PS2 and Gamecube for $30. Both critics and gamers praise it for bringing an exteremely fun, hip, and retro style of gameplay in a market trashed by 3D games striving to have the most-realistic graphics and environments.
A person who is fascinated with anthropomorphic animals. Basic definition set aside, they're an Internet subculture who the majority are perverted geeks & are common targets of Something Awful. Quite possibly the strangest thing to originate from the Internet.
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