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R-Type Exhibit in Japanese Playstation Home virtual world

If you have access to Japan’s Playstation Home virtual world, be sure to stop by Irem’s area and check out this R-Type exhibit they recently set up. You can look at some of the fighter ships, play a demo game, purchase R-Type games for your PSP or Playstation, or decorate your Home apartment with R-Type […]

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Advertisement: Kickle Cubicle

The poster looks silly, but actually Kickle Cubicle is a pretty fun game. It’s a puzzler along the lines of Adventures of Lolo. Scan spotted at VintageComputing.com.

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Mario’s Closet

Glen Brogan has submitted this t-shirt design to Split Reason for production. How many of these options can you identify, and from what games?

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Panic like it’s 1982!

If you’re a Mac user, you are familiar with Panic Inc. (and if you aren’t, you should be ashamed of yourself!). Producers of several fantastic programs, including FTP powerhouse Transmit and programming environment Coda, Panic Inc. certainly has a sense of humor. They recently commissioned Portland, OR area artist Lukas Ketner to produce package artwork […]

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SEGA Genesis Turns 20

Twenty years ago Nintendo faced its first real challenge to its dominance in the home console market: SEGA introduced the Genesis to North America. With a faster processor, stereo sound, and many excellent arcade ports the Genesis was a hit, eventually wrestling dominance away from Nintendo’s NES. Click for the full poster.

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My Famicase Exhibition 2009

Spotted at OffWorld.com: Japan’s finest hipster retro/game culture store Meteor has announced via its blog that its Famicase art exhibit will be returning to the shop from May 2nd through the 31st. What’s Famicase? A curated selection of original 8-bit Nintendo cartridges given new labels by the local finest design houses and illustrators, each imagining […]

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Flickr: X-Ray photos of hardware

Is the lack of security bits handy preventing you from opening up your consoles? Wonder no more what the inner workings look like! Flickr user Reintji has taken X-Ray photos of several pieces of hardware, ranging from consoles to controllers and game cartridges. Check out the rest of Reintji’s X-Ray Funnies set for other consoles […]

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