BOXED NINTENDO GAME LOT DEADLY TOWERS 8 EYES SHADOWGATE NINJA GAIDEN II GOONIES & MORE

/ 6 years ago

ricksvintagestuff has been storing these away safely for the next generation. I can’t believe these boxes are in such good shape. Some of the games even have dust jackets. Check out the lot.

Wizards & Warriors With Dust Cover & Manual
Bases Loaded With Dust Cover
Days Of Thunder With Dust Cover & Manual
Silent Service With Dust Cover
Shadowgate With Dust Cover & Manual
Blades Of Steel With Dust Cover
Willow With Dust Cover & Manual
Disney’s Darkwing Duck With Dust Cover & Manual
8 Eyes With Dust Cover & Poster
Ninja Gaiden II The Dark Sword Of Chaos With Dust Cover & Manual
The Goonies II With Dust Cover
Deadly Towers With Dust Cover & Manual
Demon Sword With Dust Cover
Target Renegade With Dust Cover
Spy Hunter With Dust Cove

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VINTAGE ORIGINAL ATARI 1980s TEMPEST ARCADE GAME SIDE ART

/ 6 years ago

classic-arcades is selling a strange piece of video game history and art. This is an used piece of panel artwork for the Tempest Arcade Machine by Atari. I’m not sure what exactly you can do with this but sure is cool to own. I guess if you were an ass you could peal it and stick to your wall like a Fathead. But my suggestion is peal it and mount it on a some kind of board.

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You Can’t Beat It: Zelda II

/ 7 years ago

A buddy of mine recently called Zelda II “the black sheep of the franchise” and I wouldn’t disagree with that. Transported from the overhead view of the first game into a side-scroller, I can see why people weren’t sure what to make of the game when it came out. I loved it from the get go but I could never beat it, even to this day. I’ve recently started a new save to try and reach that elusive ending. I agree that the title of this might be misleading because there certainly were much harder games out there but this is up there. If you happen to get the inkling to retry, 2011jw06 is offering up a very cheap Buy it Now for the original cart in all it’s gold glory. No mention of the booklet or box so I’m assuming it’s just the game

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Feel like giving yourself a little bit more of a challenge? How about playing the game in Japanese with this Japanese Famicom disc. yamatoku-classic does not include the instructions but come on, can you read Japanese? Would it make a difference?

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Finally, rebecky1111 has the Nintendo Power Zelda II issue. I remember my aunt having this issue but I can’t recall how in depth it went. The map does give you both worl overheads (albeit drawings not actually screen shots) but I can’t remember if they have the dungeon maps or not.

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Champion Edition

/ 7 years ago

Remember in 1992 when you walked into that arcade/7-Eleven/gas station and saw this thing for the first time? Remember how much you wish you could have just taken it with you? Well polo917 is giving you that opportunity. The only catch is that you have to pick it up. Is that worth a drive to have this beast in your man cave? Is it?

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Bonk’s Adventure

/ 7 years ago

I only knew one person growing up that had a Turbografx 16 so I only was able to play Bonk’s Adventure once. It was alright, nothing special. That’s how I really felt about all of Turbografx’s games…mediocre. Sure they looked nice but it was really just a cut above the NES with subpar games. But if you did enjoy the system, neonihonsei is offering up a factory sealed copy of Bonk’s Adventure at a rock bottom price. Could be a good addition to your collection.

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Worth It’s Weight In Balloons

/ 7 years ago

I do enjoy today’s generation of video games but I’m really a retro gamer at heart. In fact my friend Steve just set the second highest score in Turbo Ms. Pac Man a couple of months back… pretty cool. The reason I bring up retro games is because I’m curious as to how many of you ever played Balloon Fight on the NES? Even back then, it wasn’t that great…kinda like a more family friendly version of Joust. The only reason I ever played it was because my buddy growing up had the entire run of first gen NES games (except for Urban Champion for some reason) so I was able to play all of them. sosafan2 has a complete boxed version of the original game including an ad for the then brand new Nintendo Power magazine. Does the game hold up today? I’m leaning towards no but it’s definitely a cool piece of retro gaming.

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Cosplay Wednesday: Ganondorf

/ 7 years ago

The die hard cosplayers tend to design their own outfits for conventions or LARPing but if you have deep pockets, wlp799888 is selling a Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Ganondorf costume. This is really for the hardcore cosplayer especially at the price they want. Now I know that his name has always been Ganondorf but when I got my hands on the original LOZ back in 1986, I remember the instruction manual referring to him simply as Ganon. Ehhh no big deal…just something I happen to remember.

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The Dukes of Hazzard Video Game Arcade LCD Digital Watch

/ 7 years ago

It’s hard to believe at one point this was the future. I remember seeing a video game watch in the late 80’s and wanting one so bad. I think it was a Ninja Gaiden one. fullintensitygrafx is selling the Rolex of video game watches. This Dukes of Hazard watch is super rare and hard to find in working condition. The price might seem steep but at least you can make an offer.

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