09. 04. 14. 10:18 am ♥ 3135

Sunndal, Norway by (Frederik Floor)

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Sunndal, Norway by (Frederik Floor)

Norway, my love

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09. 04. 14. 09:57 am ♥ 284
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"miniatures v.1" ft. micron 005 and da vinci cosmotop 5/0
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"miniatures v.1" ft. micron 005 and da vinci cosmotop 5/0

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09. 04. 14. 10:16 am ♥ 1324
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West Village townhouse, NYC. moment design + productions.

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West Village townhouse, NYC. moment design + productions.

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09. 04. 14. 10:00 am ♥ 9351
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black and white disney gifs

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black and white disney gifs

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08. 13. 14. 11:03 am ♥ 531

For GoNintendo

zeldawilliams:

I’d like to start by saying that I don’t work for Nintendo. I did those commercials with my dad years ago now and enjoyed them thoroughly, but the belief that my love of gaming is false and created for those spots has plagued me ever since. I’d like to state, for hopefully the last time, that it is not. I was named after a video game by two parents (and a brother) that love them. I didn’t have to love them too… but, like many of you, I do, and hopefully always will. 

Anywho, onwards!

This was a difficult year for Nintendo. Between the new platform upgrades beating out the WiiU and the loss of visionary ex-president Hiroshi Yamauchi, the man who brought Nintendo into the video game world in the first place, times have been better. But when things look down, it’s important to remember why we all grew to love Nintendo so much in the first place. 

Now, I won’t pretend to only have one system in my house. Like most video game players, I’ve tried my hand at every company’s platform. But unlike Nintendo, the Xbox or the Playstation will never be the system I grew up with. It will never be the creator of the first games I ever played, the one’s that made me love gaming. Those are games I still play with my parents, my brothers, my family, and hopefully always will. So while some people are quick to critique Nintendo for not changing with the hyper-realistic, violent times, I commend them for sticking to their family friendly guns (irony intended). And here’s why.

I will never be nostalgic for the first Halo. I don’t go back to replay old Call of Duty games when the newer, shinier ones come out. And while those games and their legacies are impressive, I doubt we’ll be buying antiquated systems or rereleased discs to play them again in all their obsolete glory decades from now. I will happily continue to do so for Nintendo. And while I wouldn’t want to imagine a gaming world without those other companies and games (I do so love me some Master Chief), I can’t imagine a gaming world without Nintendo. And hopefully I’ll never have to. 

Happy Holidays all.

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05. 29. 14. 01:58 pm ♥ 4586
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Spring on a Plate | Happy Yolks

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