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Tuesday, January 3, 2012
When Booster Gold was created in 1985, Nintendo was in the process of revolutionizing home video gaming. The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) had 2 KB of video RAM and a 54 color palette.
At the time that was amazing. In 2012, it's nostalgic.
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