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Dang, I just tried using the Japanese Nintendo website to download Famicom Online, but it didn't work - it showed the account icon for my NoA account in the corner, but once I hit the download button it logged me out of the Japanese website. I was really hoping that would work.
winstein
winstein
Yeah, the only way to get the (Super) Famicom Online is to have a Japanese account. I got mine because I wanted to get Puyo Puyo eSports (localised as Puyo Puyo Champions) since it wasn't obvious that there will be a localised version. Since I have a throwaway Japanese account, it was just a matter of downloading.

Thank you for reading.
Starfire
Starfire
Wait would that let you do the crazy minus one world glitch with floating peachs and bowsers
Songs you heard a long time ago and thought "it's okay", only to revisit and go, "hey this is pretty good"
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ZelenPixel
ZelenPixel
i olny listen to video game music but ive def experienced that. i may not think much of it on my first listen, but later on ill realise its actually absolutely incredible?? like with bowser battle 1 from mario odyssey which is one of my favorite songs in the game now! anyway apparently this is because like. the more you hear the song the more you like it and its wild. i think ive heard this in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45v9g7KX-Ko
Wallop
Wallop
songs by Queen. I didn't care for it as a kid, by association of it being one of my dads music. But I was reintroduced to it by a friend, and now realize it's kinda funny that my dad likes it, I think a lot of its context went over his head.
You know, being an administrator on a wiki is a bit of a funny feeling. Like, when you first join you look up to admins as leaders with a lot of editing experience, but when you actually become one you're still used to that feeling that there's a team above you calling the shots. I mean, yeah, WiKirby has an Editor-in-Chief that calls most of the shots, but a single user can't be active 24/7, and when that burden shifts to you...it just feels kind of awkward.

I needed to get this off my chest. Yes, I'll admit that when I first started editing wikis in 2017 I had that same dream we all did of becoming a wiki admin, but the dream is quite different from reality. It's a lot of work, a lot of adjustment, and it's not all just fun and games. I still love it, of course, but it does feel a lot different.
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