Got this NES stuff at a flea market, I have never seen this NES pad before, it has autofire and Slow motion function, and it's actually made by Happ, taiwanese Happ though.., I did not know that they also made control pads, I thought they only manufactured parts for arcade machines..
Got the parts for my next project:
Korean "Fantastic Stick" by Myoungshin and 15 Crown Buttons
I built a new PC over the past couple of weeks...other than that, nothing game related I think since my last post that I can remember, other than Outrunners (finally) and Earnest Evans for Genesis. Been VERY busy with IRL stuff, and maybe this fall it may get a bit quieter on that front.
Intel Core i7 2600K 3.4Ghz OC'ed to 4.8ghz
EVGA GTX 560 Ti 1GB
8GB (2x4GB) Corsair Vengeance DDR3
ASUS Xonar DG
Corsair Enthusiast Series TX750M
4x 2TB Samsung HDD
OCZ 60GB SATA 6 SSD
Windows 7 Professional x64
The smell of scorched oil hangs in the air as a premonition of danger, while the engine gloriously shouts its war cry...
Throughout history, suspicion has always bred conflict. The real conflict, though, resides in people's hearts. This conflict has just begun.
nes x-men nes x-men nes x-men
Just found a Atlantic Technolagy 352PBM subwoofer in the trash. Its a bit ugly but it works. Sadly its just to damn big. It wont fit anywhere in my little room. My wife was giving me dirty looks when I dragged it in. It makes my current sub look like a toy.
Dragon's Lair: The Complete Series 2-Disc Set
Manufactured On Demand from Warner Archive
With the release of this set, hopefully the Saturday Supercade toons (Donkey Kong, D.K. Jr, Frogger, Q*Bert, Space Ace, Pitfall! & Kangaroo) aren't too far behind since they are all under the same roof rights-wise. Warner Archive's animation releases have been awesome so far. Pac-Man is also under the Warner Bros/Hanna Barbera/Ruby Spears umbrella.
Nice. Herzog's a great one, once you learn it. Fortunately the learning curve is pretty easy, unlike, say, Dragon Force for the Saturn.
This is from the last couple of weeks:
An official 1994 SNK Neo Geo keychain, for £7.50. Pretty useless I know, but when I saw it I knew I had to have it. It's now proudly bungling on the end of my keyring.
Lotus II: RECS for the Mega Drive, CIB and in excellent condition, for £4.99. Not necessarily a great game, but it has some nostalgic value for me, and the track generator is fun to mess around with.
And since I recently got a Nintendo 64 on loan:
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for the N64, brand new and complete, for €29.99. This is probably the only N64 I'll ever buy for myself, but as they say, if you're going to buy only one N64 game...
Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland
The Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection and Torso
Refurbished Sony Walkman NWZS545 16 GB Video MP3 Player and Case
Got this for $50 and it sounds better than the two ipod nanos that crapped out on me.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
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ICO & Shadow of the Colossus HD Collection for the PS3, new for €39. Wow, these games were already beautiful on the PS2 but now, with a fresh coat of paint and a rock-solid framerate, they're positively breathtaking. Well worth the reinvestment.
My new Rare Mega Drive game just arrived! The guy told he me, that he got it when it first came out in stores. The game looks new, as well as the manual and box. Got it for a great price of $130
PC Engine kick in full swing:
Be Attitude For Gains!
Sega-16 Beat 'em All Genesis 2013 Progress
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