It’s actually very difficult for me to write this, but today we’ve come to the decision to close CouchBound. Unfortunately, Ken, Jade, and myself are so busy that we cannot maintain the site at the level that we feel it deserves. So, we come to the decision that the time is right to close up shop rather than let the site languish with only a couple of posts per week.
We’d like to thank all of you who came to the site and supported us over the past year and helped build this site into what it is. Although I have already sent them separate messages, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank the staff of CouchBound and our content partners as well. You are all extremely talented people and I wish you nothing but the best.
What the future may hold for our production of material, I don’t think any of us can say for sure. We do intend, once everything calms down a bit, to get back to podcasting, so be on the lookout for that. I don’t want to make this long and drawn out, but again, thank you all.
In 1997, Bandai Visual released The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love for the Sega Saturn and Playstation. Being based directly on the 1984 anime classic, it’s no Scrambled Valkyrie (episode 18), but can it still hold its own?
The Super NES, as it was, didn’t have a tremendous amount of shooters for it. As the first ever console exclusive game in the series, Darius Twin offered solid, 1 or 2 Player Co-Op play in 1991, albeit with few bells and whistles. How does it hold up?