Been a little busy, haven't had much time to make anything, let alone anything post-worthy.
I have Smash Bros. for 3DS, and have managed to unlock a lot of stuff on it so far. Almost all, I think. I've been enjoying playing as a number of characters, though some I can't say I've mastered yet. Duck Hunt is tricky, and while Pac-Man is fun, I haven't gotten as synched up with his abilities yet as I have with Mega Man. But I'm still practicing. Also, Bowser is a lot of fun to play this time around; I still haven't gotten over how decent he is. He's who I used to clear Classic on the highest difficulty.
In addition, the past 1-2 weeks Sony unveiled a special classic release.
It's the European release of vib-ribbon, so menus are translated to five languages. I especially recommend this to PS3 owners, as it includes the game's special feature of creating new stages through audio CD's, which is truly its source of replayability and challenge.
Also, all five volumes of the original Namco Museum were released as downloadable classics. I believe these to be the definitive versions of the title franchise, though the PSP release is no slouch in terms of its variety. I would recommend the first three volumes highly and cautiously suggest the others; the latter have some decent games as well as some "meh" ones. If anything, though, they feature a lot of games from Namco you may never have seen before. And maybe you'll get to see where some of those things in Pac-Man's roulette taunt came from.
Anyway, we'll see how things go for me in the weeks to come. I may post some random things in the future for you all to look at.-- Malamite Ltd.