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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 13th Apr at 10:42 AM, with 20 notes
Title Screen from Dirty Harry on the NES. 

Title Screen from Dirty Harry on the NES. 

Posted on 13th Apr at 10:33 AM, with 318 notes

Dr Wily and Dr Light in college!

Posted on 8th Apr at 7:43 AM, with 931 notes

vonbrunk:

"Vantage", LEGO Game Boy Advance Transformer by Baron von Brunk. Check out the tutorial on Instructables to build your own!

At last, the next LEGOformer in my most popular series — Vantage, a powerful robot that transforms into a Nintendo Game Boy Advance, armed with battery blasters and parody “Boom” automatic shotgun! With a basic design much akin to my Game Boy robot Domaster, along with a refined transformation cycle similar to that of my Game Gear robot Gearhead, this new figure is very sturdy and well-articulated. My previous LEGOformers were built “organically”, as in I’d compile a ton of relevant pieces and build the robot via trial and error — whilst this particular one was my first to be almost entirely designed on the computer with LEGO Digital Designer before being physically built and tested. That being said, the 3D instructional guide was released simultaneously. What was the most challenging part? That Boom shotgun: I spent several days trying to make one that looks like an actual gun as well as having the ability to be held by the robot as a weapon. I chose Doom since that was my favorite GBA I played in high school back in 2002. My second favorite GBA game was Namco Museum!

-Baron von Brunk

Posted on 4th Apr at 12:22 PM, with 2,723 notes

archiemcphee:

Brian De Vitis took an R2-D2-shaped cooler and transformed it into an incredibly awesome multi-console gaming system. It contains eight consoles (we can identify controllers for the X-Box, Sega Genesis, PlayStation, NES, SNES, N64, Dreamcast, and Atari systems), a sound system, and a projector.

Brian began by simply modifying the cooler to make it look more like the droid we all know and love. Then came the process of gutting his consoles and arranging their motherboards inside the droid body so that all of the controllers could plug into their corresponding inputs from the front. The projector is mounted inside of R2’s dome, just like the droid’s actual projector.

We wouldn’t be surprised if R2-D2 wishes he could play games from all of these classic systems in addition to, you know, repairing starships, other droids and conveying secret messages and plans and so on.

Click here for more photos and updates about Brian’sR2D2 Video Game Droid

[via Engadget]

Posted on 4th Apr at 2:16 AM, with 543 notes
jhmapleybrittle:

nextjen:

Custom Gameboy Color art. Check out this blog, amazing artwork.

Woah❤️
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jhmapleybrittle:

nextjen:

Custom Gameboy Color art. Check out this blog, amazing artwork.

Woah❤️

Posted on 2nd Apr at 1:21 PM, with 9 notes
I’ve been watching the WWE Network religiously since I got it.  For whatever reason, I started watching In Your House 5 (remember those?)  from 1995. Right before the Undertaker/King Mable casket match, I seen this cool spot of Doc Hendrix (older fans remember him as Michael Hayes) hocking Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game. 
Will you look at those prices? Not counting the 4 bucks shipping and handling on top of that. It comes with a “free” strategy guide video but seriously 70+ bucks for a game with MAYBE an hour’s worth of gameplay? Sheesh. Count your blessings, younglings. The struggle was real in our day. The SNES version was better than the Sega version but that’s at the cost of two extra characters, if I remember correctly. I never knew a Playstation version even existed. I’m sure it’s better than the other two and it’s cheaper.  
Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a bad game but you could probably go to the arcade, plunk down ten bucks in quarters, beat the game and have money for multiplayer to boot. 
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I’ve been watching the WWE Network religiously since I got it.  For whatever reason, I started watching In Your House 5 (remember those?)  from 1995. Right before the Undertaker/King Mable casket match, I seen this cool spot of Doc Hendrix (older fans remember him as Michael Hayes) hocking Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game. 

Will you look at those prices? Not counting the 4 bucks shipping and handling on top of that. It comes with a “free” strategy guide video but seriously 70+ bucks for a game with MAYBE an hour’s worth of gameplay? Sheesh. Count your blessings, younglings. The struggle was real in our day. The SNES version was better than the Sega version but that’s at the cost of two extra characters, if I remember correctly. I never knew a Playstation version even existed. I’m sure it’s better than the other two and it’s cheaper.  

Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a bad game but you could probably go to the arcade, plunk down ten bucks in quarters, beat the game and have money for multiplayer to boot. 

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