Anyway, my interest in Disney Infinity 2.0 felt like a surprise, but I suppose it shouldn't have; while unpacking some boxes this week, I found plenty of old toys that I had kept since I was a kid. And hey, wouldn't you know it, most of those were various Marvel heroes and villains. So yeah, a video game that allows, nay encourages, me to recapture those old childhood feelings of joy that came from playing with my toys? I'm all over that.
My question to you this week then, is what's something from your childhood that gaming has helped you recapture? Tell us the tale of how a game warmed your cold and unfeeling heart into a warm and gooey puddle of happy feelings. After you vote for your favorite webcomic, of course.
Critical Miss (It's Not Like I Reich You Or Anything)
ReadySoup (Love It or List It)
Ctrl+Alt+Del (Console War, p29)
Nerd Rage (Mistakably Blue)
Awkward Zombie (Duress Code)
VG Cats (Sage Words)
|Critical Miss (It's Not Like I Reich You Or Anything)||78 (26.3%)|
|ReadySoup (Love It or List It)||49 (16.5%)|
|Ctrl Alt Del (Console War, p29)||13 (4.4%)|
|Nerd Rage (Mistakably Blue)||10 (3.4%)|
|Awkward Zombie (Duress Code)||46 (15.5%)|
|VG Cats (Sage Words)||101 (34.0%)|