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As a child born in the late 80's and raised through the 90's, I was brought up with video games. I've spent countless hours with the likes of Sega, Atari and those Tiger LCD handhelds, but none captivated my interest and heart as much as Nintendo.

This blog is my love letter to the big N. My neverending purpose is to post everything related to the gaming giant loved by millions around the world. From the games, to the merchandise, the cartoons and the consoles.



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Posted on 20th Jul at 4:16 PM, with 24 notes

Screens from Super Castlevania IV on the Super Nintendo. 

Posted on 10th Jul at 8:28 PM, with 68 notes
Screenshot from Demon’s Crest on the Super Nintendo.
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Screenshot from Demon’s Crest on the Super Nintendo.

Posted on 10th Jul at 8:28 PM, with 9 notes
Screenshot from Demon’s Crest on the Super Nintendo.
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Screenshot from Demon’s Crest on the Super Nintendo.

Posted on 10th Jul at 8:27 PM, with 13 notes
Screenshot from The Mask on Super Nintendo. 
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Screenshot from The Mask on Super Nintendo. 

Posted on 10th Jul at 8:26 PM, with 22 notes
Screenshot from The Mask on Super Nintendo.
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Screenshot from The Mask on Super Nintendo.

Posted on 9th Jul at 6:57 PM, with 24 notes

In Addams Family for the TurboGrafx-16, there’s a boss battle with Wednesday Addams where she attacks you with floating objects found in her room. Among the objects is a classic Nintendo Entertainment System. 

Posted on 5th Jul at 8:49 PM, with 26 notes

McDonald’s is doing a Mario Kart 8 promotion for this month’s Happy Meal.

Yesterday, the wife and I piddled around town for the yearly July 4th festivities. A wrestling match and caged tiger exhibit later, we walked into McD’s for some tea. As soon as I opened the door, there was a beautiful display, showcasing all the cool Mario Kart toys they’re offering this month. 

It’s always awkward ordering a Happy Meal with no kid. the cashier totally knows it’s for you but you try to play it off by saying to yourself “I can’t remember what they asked for”. I pulled that and didn’t fool anyone. So after that brief bit of awkwardness, We took our loot and got home. First thing I did was give the food/ground up earthworms to the dog because I didn’t feel like falling asleep on the toilet. I anxiously got inside to discover my prize. I always expect the worse with Happy Meal toys because it’s usually how it ends up. In this case the worse was the flimsy Mario visor they were offering. To my surprise, I came out with a Luigi!! Best case scenario for sure. I wouldn’t have got that lucky as a kid.

The toy itself is of great quality. good paint job, rolls back and fourth. Leaps and bounds ahead of the Super Mario 3 toys offered in 1990. Well, the rest of the toys were great but that Luigi looked sad. He was also on a cloud for no particular reason. The only thing lacking in this toy is the “roll back and go” feature the old luigi had. This one you gotta push around yourself. It’s all about getting the kids active right?

it also came with decals, which will probably end up on my controllers or the inside of my wallet like all other stickers. A nice pack in item. Also the box has a punch out banana and green shell. The box says “set up your very own race course to challenge your friends”. A neat idea and a good way to utilize the packaging. 

This is a great promotion and if you’re a Mario Kart 8 fan or a Mario Kart fan in general this is definitely worth having for the kids or even for yourself. I’d seat this with one of the better Nintendo themed kids meal items of the last ten years. 

Posted on 29th Jun at 4:49 PM, with 40 notes

bison2winquote:

- Rio Hamao, Tony, Radimov, Abebe, Pedroso, Rossi, and Brenda losequotes upon slipping on the banana; Muscle March [Wii] (Namco Bandai)

Posted on 27th Jun at 10:29 PM, with 95 notes
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"Nintendo 3D1"
Computer Gaming World, November 1997 (#160)
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Well this made me do a double take. Turns out Nintendo once licensed its name for a series of PC joysticks, manufactured by the obscure company Laral Group! Why? I DON’T KNOW! Gotta love Thursdays.
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"Nintendo 3D1"

  • Computer Gaming World, November 1997 (#160)
  • Uploaded by CGW Museum
  • Well this made me do a double take. Turns out Nintendo once licensed its name for a series of PC joysticks, manufactured by the obscure company Laral Group! Why? I DON’T KNOW! Gotta love Thursdays.
Posted on 26th Jun at 11:47 PM, with 89 notes
Zombies Ate My Neighbors for the Super Nintendo. 
$keet $keet.

Zombies Ate My Neighbors for the Super Nintendo. 

$keet $keet.

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