Monthly Archives: March 2008

3-2 The Arsenal v. Bolton – Bring on the Comebacks!

The psychological side of the match You can’t feel sorry for a team which regularly frustrates your own – with the team in all-white the top suspects to fit into this category. You can recall these results here and here. … Continue reading

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Can we just settle for 3rd place instead?

Like all the arcade games and all the video games you’ve played and enjoyed all your life, there would be a time when the all fun and pleasures would come to an end whether you like it or not. It’s … Continue reading

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Puyo Puyo (ぷよぷよ)

Introduction: – How to start playing "Puyo Puyo" – 1. Getting a Genesis/Megadrive Emulator Now that the introduction to the Sega Megadrive/Genesis is out of the way, it’s time to introduce the best which retro gaming can offer. Before I … Continue reading

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Arsenal 1-1 Middlesbrough – Artur V says ‘It’s the start of the end of the title race’

The mental side of the match: When Kolo Toure scored yesterday for the Arsenal to equalise against a boring Middlesbrough side, I think that it was the very first time in my life supporting the Arsenal which I didn’t feel … Continue reading

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2-0 to the Arsenal – the ECL win against AC Milan

That was 4 matches without a win; without that win, I should say – but we’re there. What a tenacious and masterful display by the Arsenal, I wouldn’t have it any other way, seeing that nothing seemed right for the … Continue reading

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Sega Megadrive/Genesis

Background: Sega (Kabushiki Kaisha Sega) used to be a major video game console manufacturer until the fateful year of 2001 when Sega announced that the video game giant would pull out from the console market for good with its final … Continue reading

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Arsenal – Aston Villa 1-1 – Fortunate Draw

It may not be the first time, but it’s still unusual for the Arsenal to celebrate a draw as if it was an actual win – but like most who saw the match, none could take away the fact that … Continue reading

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