Retro Wrap-Up: The Dream Masters Edition

Retro Wrap-Up: The Dream Masters Edition | oprainfall

Another week is behind us, ladies and gentlemen. Before Tuesday morning, everything seemed pretty quiet—then everything seemed to happen at once. I remember seeing seven stories worth covering before I even had a bowl of cereal! The “news” section of this article is filled with tons of exciting announcements. A lot of dreams came true, wouldn’t you say?

This week’s Retro Wrap-Up celebrates dreams, nightmares and those who master them. (It also celebrates the fact that I really want to play a certain Capcom game that may never find its way to modern gaming devices). In the spirit of sleep (or lack thereof), the oprainfall Retro Commercial Research Team—me—brings you great TV moments from Capcom, Nintendo, SEGA and Konami here in the United States.

Here are the highlights from this past week:

Lyne | Dalton McClain
Fatal Theory & Final Fantasy X-2 HD | Nathan Stiles
Aeterno Blade | Arik Yates
Life Goes On | Tyler Lubben

The Big PAX East 2014 Recap Post
Smashing Saturdays! Week 25: April 21-25, 2014
The Downpour Podcast: Time to Catch Up!
(Episode 48 is coming tomorrow!)

(Japan) New Fatal Frame Announced for Wii U; Plus More
(Japan) New Ace Attorney Game to be Set in Meiji Era Japan
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Coming to North America Later This Year
Collector’s Editions and Release Date for Tales of Xillia 2 Set
(Europe) One Piece Unlimited World Red Collector’s Editions Detailed
Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment is Coming to North America
UPDATE: Suikoden II Rating Removed From ESRB Website

Do you have any awesome ideas for the retro commercials I should try to find next time? Email [email protected] or send a tweet. Of course, you can always let me know in the comments below!

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About Jonathan Higgins

[Former Staff] Jonathan parted ways with Operation Rainfall on June 15th, 2014. You can follow him on Twitter @radicaldefect.