[GameSetLinks is GameSetWatch's semi-regular link round-up post, culling from hundreds of weblogs and outlets to compile the most interesting longform writing, links, and criticism on the art and culture of video games.]

As the week wanders on, it's time for another set of GameSetLinks, this time headed by one of the reasons I continue to enjoy 1UP quite a lot - the quirky features that surface there-in, this one about the delicious edibles that you find as pickups in a lot of classic games.

Also in this round-up - replayability and games, a Street Fighter champion interviewed, an iPhone game article that leads to the true enlightenment within the comments section (sorry, Tom!), and a number of other neat links that you might not have seen.

Damn yes:

Fine Foods of Beat-Em-Ups from 1UP.com
'An artistic tribute to the pavement-based delicacies in our favorite retro action games.'

Games Aren't Numbers: Inventions And Inventors
'The greatest game can be ruined by the worst player. Players have just as much of a duty to play a game well as games have a duty to provide opportunities.'

Welcome to Special Round: Konami Sure Seems To Hate You, Pop'n Music Fans
More detail on Konami's Pop N Music semi-mangling from somebody who knows.

Super Shigi Unveils “Musical” RPG, Melolune « Play as Life
'Game music composer Laura Shigihara (supershigi) caused a delightful ripple in the game community with her soundtrack for Pop Cap’s game, Plants vs. Zombies... Recently, she submitted her very own RPG to the IGF.' Interview ensues...

Game Design, Psychology, Flow, and Mastery - Blog - MIGS: Brenda Brathwaite
Sirlin: 'Is my criticism invalid because there can't possibly be a game about a serious issue like that that is replayable 1,000 times? When you make the game about the statement, rather than the GAME, does it even make sense to talk about replayability?'

Daigo Umehara: The King of Fighters Interview | Eurogamer
Neat Simon Parkin interview with the Street Fighter mega-champion.

Four reasons the iPhone is a terrible gaming platform | Fidgit
Worth reading for the iPhone recommendations in the comments - v.useful.