Finds 1522: Castle of the Winds, Limited Run Releases, Mobile Light Force 1 and 2

All of these arrived at the same time so lets put them all together in one post. You will definitely like what you see!

Finds 1436 PC Galore! Phantasmagoria 2 and Others!

A trip to thrifting brings a bunch of PC gems!

Ads from the Past 454: Zelda for Disk System(The First one)

Classic artwork for a legendary game, the Legend of Zelda ad is here.

Smarty and the Nasty Gluttons Getting a Physical Release

A Game from the past will be getting a physical release in the coming future. What kind of game is this though?

Retro Game of the Week 173: Gradius 3(SNES)

Shoot 'em all up, get all the power ups and try to survive this legendary game!

January 30, 2021

Ads from the past 453: Super Mario Bros 2J


This is a very nostalgic poster especially for those of us that actually played this back in the day. I played this back in the only by a bootleg port of the game. I was after all, surrounded by bootleg games. I was never able to finish this game since it was too hard, well, only when I got Super Mario All-Stars did I got to beat this game. Then, I went back and played the original in the Disk System and beat it as well. It's a challenging game alright. 





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Finds 1434: Sonic Mania, Octopath Traveler, and Stay-Puft


Here are some unusual additions. I say unusual because I never expected to find them! Well, lets start by having to go to Wally World for Duck Food and Garden Soil. After getting that stuff, I decided to go to the toy section to find that they had restocked the Ghostbusters action figures and to my surprise, I saw a Stay-Puft which is the one I was missing from the set. I am so happy to have this one and finally finish the set! Then, I went over to the video game section to check out if they had Octopath Traveler as people on social media had said they found it on clearance for ten bucks. I did saw the game but it had no price tag so I asked the worker there to scan it for me and once she said ten dollars, I was like sold! The Sonic Mania was also on clearance at 14.97 or something like that which is fine by me as I've been wanting a physical port of the game. Overall, a good trip to Wally World with some really awesome cheap additions. 


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New Additions to the Shoppe! New Super Mario Land, Dragon Ball Final Bout, and Mortal Kombat Gold 2000!


New arrivals to the shoppe! These are some pretty cool additions and are available right now! Lets start with Dragon Ball GT Final Bout which is a port of Dragon Ball Final Bout for the PS1. Of course, it's a port and a really cool one at that. Mortal Kombat Mythologies also referred to as Mortal Kombat Gold 2000 is a port of the game into the 16-bit console. It's quite fun and as tough as the original. Finally, New Super Mario Land is an interesting twist of a game! It's a port of Super Mario Land in the New Super Mario Bros style. It's really something amazing as it plays and looks great. It reminds me of the DS games. An amazing port indeed. Be sure to check out my shoppe by clicking here or click on the Shop tab in the top of the page. Thanks again and be sure to check these and many other repros I have for sale! 


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January 28, 2021

World’s Smallest Nintendo 64 Console is More of a Handheld!


Behold, the smallest Nintendo 64 console ever. It’s so small that it is a handheld. How is this possible? Well, lets just say all it takes is dedication and a lot of love and skills to accomplish this. 
The creator of this mod is called GmanModz is notorious for his different mods including a Nintendo 64 mod which was able to fit into a Gameboy SP. This is just one of his many projects! This is the smallest yet! It’s even a world record!

Imagine manufacturing these, come on Nintendo, are you reading this? You love making money off of nostalgia and this would be really awesome. If you aren’t going to release a Nintendo 64 classic, then why not go for a Nintendo 64 portable? It’s just an idea. 

Be sure to click here to see the steps this genius took to create such an amazing piece of hardware. Just WOW



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Finds 1433: TMNT Playmates Comic Turtles


This set of turtles was something I didn't think much about since I preordered it. I mean, they are like the turtles they released(same mold) some years ago as their version of the cartoons turtles, but this time they are the comic book turtles. They are alright, but they just seem to be a different color of the same mold of turtles which is kind of disappointing. I wanted something new out of these. I don't even know where I'll place them but I guess I will learn better next time. If you did missed the first release of these as cartoon turtles, then this is the set to pick up. They are pretty cool overall.


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January 27, 2021

Donatello & Cobra Kai


So I've been working on my custom Turtle Lair for quite some time now. I ended up putting the wallpaper as you can see it's bricks style, and some posters. One of them being the Cobra Kai poster which fits well with the turtles as they are ninjas and all. Here is Donatello ready to enroll you in Cobra Kai! The Turtle Home is coming out pretty good, I'm happy with it and will have some photos of it as I get it more complete! I have some stuff coming in today for it, more custom work to be done! 


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Finds 1432: TMNT Neca Turtles! WOW! Krang and Splinter Baxter


I was finally able to find some NECA TMNT action figures locally! I almost went and bought them from a reseller and now I'm glad I didn't. It was so awesome going into a Targey store and just seeing them on the shelves. I hope they mass produce all the new releases from here on forward as it has been such a pain to find them thanks to scalpers. I also got those Dino two pack but I'm still looking for the other one which I am sure I'll find now that we know they are being made in higher numbers. NECA is at least getting something right, finally! I will be opening these sometime this week. 


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Finds 1431: VHS Cartoons and PC Games


Here are some new thrift store finds from the past weekend. Nothing crazy, I think the PC games are going to go for my friend as he's a very passionate vintage PC gamer and gamer overall. The VHS tapes are staying with me! I love picking up old cartoons especially Duck Tales. I do have a VHS to play them on. The Cartoon compilations says to have six hours of cartoons and that's crazy!


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January 26, 2021

New Nintendo Gameboy Games being released 31 years later! Shapeshifter !



Here is something interesting. A new Gameboy game that will play in your original hardware. Say what? Yeah, apparently there is a big revival for old consoles. We have seen them for the NES, SNES, Genesis, and even Sega Master System. it’s great to see new stuff coming out which only gives you a joyful feeling when seeing these kind of announcements. The game is called Shapeshifter and it’s in the RPG category. You can still back up and get your copy here. The kickstarter also offers other games from the same developer Greenboy Games which looks like a really good deal. I don’t have much details on the game but it looks very promising, definitely check it out if you haven’t and back up this wonderful project, I know I will. 


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January 22, 2021

First Press Games Releasing Two Crazy Shoot ‘em Ups Ginga Force & Natsuki Chronicles


This is a really cool upcoming release in Europe, but that can’t stop you from getting yourself a copy, I did so myself already. If you are a fan of shoot ‘em ups, please click here and head over in order to pre-order these. They have the regular versions for 39.99 Euros as well as the collector editions for 69.99 Euros. I highly recommend these games. Be sure to check out YouTube for some gameplay on these gems. Remember that pre-orders are available till February 21st, so you still have some time to get them. 


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January 20, 2021

Retro Game of the Week 173: Gradius 3 (SNES)


Another week, another wonderful pic of the week. This time around I will take a look at a SNES classic from the early days of the SNES. This is Gradius 3 and even though we never got Gradius 2 which was released on the Famicom, we did get the first game and had an idea on what we were getting into. This game does look like a remake in a lot of ways, a remake of the first game that is and that's not bad. With brand new 16-bit graphics, we got a lot of awesome things coming. Lets take a look at one of Konami's most memorable series.

Graphics
Graphic wise this game does a splendid job in portraying a wonderful set of colors on screen. The game takes advantage of the amazing 16-bit graphics and definitely takes a moment to acknowledge such beauty. As mentioned before, the game looks like a remake of the first game.
Score: 90%


Gameplay
Get ready to have your fingers blistered. This game will keep you on your toes from beginning to end. Remember that this is the kind of game that requires you to collect the power ups and not die. I highly recommend if you die in the middle of the stage, just start over. You will only be destroyed over and over. The game does have a great power up system that can be really good but also a weakness for the game. It's a shoot 'em up that really doesn't do anything extraordinary, but it's always a lot of fun!
Score: 95%

Sound
This is a really awesome game to listen to. The sound effects are also your typical classic Konami sound which they were known for years. The music is also quite good with your typical shoot 'em up space exploration that your ears will enjoy. Overall, this is an amazing game to listen to, I highly recommend it in high volume !
Score: 90%


Fun Factor
The game is pretty fun! Extremely challenging but pretty good overall. I can see it as an arcade game into a console. This is one of the games that you can pick up and play and have a good time. Of course, you will get frustrated and if you aren't into shoot 'em ups, don't even bother! It's a good beginner shoot 'em up regardless even though it's difficult. You have been warned!
Score: 80%

Final Score: 88.75%
This is a really awesome game. Overall, not a game that will take hours to beat, well once you practice it wont take hours to beat. It's just one of those pick up and play games. This is a franchise that has been going strong to this day and I highly recommend you try out the previous entries, and the ones that came after. Another one to check out is Gradius Collection and Gradius 3 and 4. One is for the Gameboy Advance while the other one is for PS2. Also, good luck with Gradius 5. Till next week!




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Finds 1430: Kid Icarus European Edition!


Here is a new arrival! I always wanted this version of Kid Icarus. Not for any particular reason for differences or anything, but because I had a chance to get it in one of my trips to Peru, but missed out on it. Overall, very happy with the pick up! Any of you ever played this variation? 


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January 19, 2021

Deadeus, a New Horror Style Game for the Gameboy!


Well, this totally run under the radar for me so I figure it was time to post about it on here so everyone can have some idea about it. This is Deadeus which is a game that was built from the ground up for the original gameboy. It’s a horror game and has that classic original Gameboy look. The game is available digitally for 12.00 for anyone wanting to get it, but the physical version will be up for pre-order till February 15th which you can get by clicking here. This game has gotten a lot of good reviews and why wouldn’t it, it looks like a lot of work was put into it. 


The game contains 11 different endings which gives it a lot of replayability and gives you more reasons to go back to it. Whatever you decide is what will lead you to a certain ending. 


As you can see, it does look like the Zelda or Pokémon games and that’s really good. I will be getting a physical version of this game as not only will it make a good game to have physically and for the collection, but it’ll help developers like these work on even more new projects. It’s a joy to see these kind of projects being released nowadays. Please support them!


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January 18, 2021

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection is Coming!


Nintendo announced that a new Ghost ‘n Goblins is coming February 25th of this year and a lot of people are excited about this new announcement. The game will be available digitally unfortunately but, I’m sure Limited Run Games has their eyes on this one so it’s only a matter of time before we see a physical release from them or other physical publishers. The game has 

As you can see, the game doesn’t come with a pixelated look, but it looks to be a combination of both. You can see the texture of the big monster there to get a better idea. 


Of course, it looks to be a remake of the game which I hope come with lots of extras. Maybe it’ll be something similar like Ultimate Ghost ‘n Ghouls for the PSP. I will keep you posted on more about this game especially if it’s getting a physical release! That would be sick!


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January 16, 2021

New Repros Added to the Shoppe! Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Verytex, Top Fighters 2000, and Metal Sonic Rebooted!


Happy weekend my fellow retro gamers! Just wanted to post about some brand new additions to the shoppe! Here we have four new additions, some weird and some good. Verytex is an amazing shoot 'em up that was only released in Japan and it's really good. Top Fighters 2000 is so bizarre I actually really got into it! Ever wanted to fight was Michael Jordan or Mohammed Ali? Well, this game lets you do that! Metal Sonic Rebooted is another awesome Sonic hack and it delivers. I already got to world 3 and have been having a blast with it. The last one is Yie Ar Kung-Fu which I'm sure lots of you played in the NES, well this is a port of it for the Genesis. I beat it already! Be sure to click here to visit the shoppe or click on the Shop button on the top of the page, you can't miss it! I have these and many other repros for various consoles. I am also adding original games to the shoppe so my customers can have more variety. Enjoy!


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Finds 1429: Thrift Store Loot, Strikers 1945, Sonic Blast Man, Devil Lady and More

I was finally able to come out this weekend and hunt for a bit. I haven't gone thrifting since last year so it was a good change for once. I also checked out a new thrift store and came out with a couple of good things. As you can see, there is a lot to show in this loot post so lets get started! Of course, I was very careful when going to these places as the pandemic is still going and one has to be careful. 

This box set was four bucks and mainly caught my attention because it looked like a hentai series. Apparently this series does contain nudity and gore so I'm very curious about it. I will have to watch it!

I'm always happy when I find PC stuff. I am happy to find the floppy disks as they were brand new sealed for 2.99! That's a steal! The CDs were .50 cents each. I'm always adding new stuff for my PC software collection. I think I might have missed some discs as there was this annoying idiot hogging the entire section. I was annoyed and wasn't going to wait until he was done, I have places to be!

Some Wii titles I found at this new thrift store. These are five bucks each and thought they were solid pick ups. Super Mario Galaxy needs a little cleaning especially on the disc while the DDR game is in perfect condition. 

Strikers 1945 I got from the local shoppe I frequent for 29.99 while Sonic Blast Man was 39.99 from the same store. I always think the prices are fair for these games and always add new things to my collection every trip I make. Thank you CD Trader!






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January 15, 2021

Smarty and the Nasty Gluttons Getting a Physical Release!


In some Amiga retro news, there have been some news on this particular title. This game was worked on back in 1992 and had problems finding a publisher so the entire project was halted. Years later, a preview was released by Jouni ‘Mr Spiv’ Korhonen and Eero Tunkelo , the copyright owner. This release inspired a coming to complete the project and release it. You can download it, but the news of a physical release has gotten a lot of people’s attention. I will be posting more about this physical release as you don’t see many Amiga games being released nowadays. 

You can find out more information by clicking here.



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January 14, 2021

Retro Game of the Week 172: Atomic Runner (Gen)


Happy New Year and welcome to another year where I try to post a weekly retro pic for you enjoyment. Let’s see if I can keep a good streak going. It’s really hard to pick a retro game every week mainly because there are just so many to choose from. I have changed the format of the pick to give it a more get to the point format so lets get started.

This week we have the game called Atomic Runner. I first saw this game in an episode of Game Sack where they were showing games released by Data East. This one caught my attention mainly because of the main characters name Chelov and the silly story it contains. Not only that, but the game is actually very challenging and fun to play. You just have to get used to the controllers as it can get tricky at the beginning. 

Graphics
The game looks beautiful and very detailed. It definitely does a good job at the different graphics it portrays and your main hero Chelnov is pretty awesome. I love the detail of each stage even though I haven’t gotten really far enough to see everything, but everything that I saw was pretty neat. You can tell there was a lot of effort put into the design of this game.
Score: 85%

Gameplay
This one is tough as it’s not for everyone. The game carries over an arcade like gameplay mechanic to it which also comes with one hit dead which will make a lot of gamers look the other way and try a different game. If you manager to survive this onslaught, be ready to play through challenging stages. It’s just a matter of time before you get the hang of it.
Score: 80%

Sound
The music does offer some memorable tunes. They are upbeat and the sound is enjoyable overall. I haven’t encountered any annoying sound as of yet in the game. It’s not something you will mute and it’s Data East, they are pretty awesome in the sound factor at times.
Score: 85%

Fun Factor

This is where the game is debatable. As I mentioned before, the gameplay is challenging therefore it will not be for everyone. If you want a game to hold your hand, this is not it. You will have to play and slam the controller when you die unfairly. That’s just how the game goes, but one can’t turn away the fact that it’s one heck of a challenging game and totally worth your time. The fun is there!
Score: 90%


Final Score: 85%
This is a game that I would recommend to any Sega Genesis fan looking for a challenge. It’s a little odd how this game doesn’t get much attention nowadays even though it’s really good. This is just my opinion as you can always try it out yourself before you buy, you know how. I hope you liked this new format which I’ll try to keep till the next format comes out. Till next week!





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January 13, 2021

Ads from the past 452: Family Computer


We are starting the year off with the Family Computer. This is also known as the NES in the USA as everything was changed (even the pin size) in order to blend with the American market. This ad shows some of the first games of the console including Donkey Kong, Mario Bros, Donkey Kong Jr, and even Popeye. It's promoting that line of games which we ended up getting them as black box games. Of course not all of them made it, but they are awesome and you can always import them. 



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