Smash TV was a great game, I remember liking the sequel better though (but I haven't played it in 10 years or so). I still hold that street fighter 2 championship edition is the best fighting game in existence. It was so simple, yet so complex. Darkstar: What? did your fingers fall off? go find the ending on the internet. I am sure it would be a better explanation of the ending, seeing as I never played the game, I just saw the ending when my brother beat it. Jaded Jedi: Ha ha ha ha. Good stuff, my work here is done! I love scary movies and I am glad I got to share one with you. and I am glad that it had such an impact, mainly because it is funny. Not to change the subject too much, but I am looking for a board game to get with some money from easter gigs I am playing. Any suggestions? I like games that are deep and involving without being Axis & Allies of Warhammer confusing (like Settlers of Catan or the LOTR game). I was thinking maybe blood bowl or something else where I get to paint.