I recently came across Starfox for the Super Nintendo and got a ton of #nostalgia from playing it and seeing those amazing graphics and game play at the time... heres a few pics.
I recently posted a few Playstation 1 games and as I am going through them, they bring back so many memories. I remember having such a huge selection of cars to chose from in Gran Turismo, or being able to tackle players more aggressively and violently in Blitz 2001... Here are some of the ones I Photographed.
One of the games that came with a large lot of PlayStation One games I purchased recently was a complete Blockbuster Video Rental copy of PlayStation 1 PSX - MDK which is a futuristic role playing action video game. The original Blockbuster Video Rental case took me back to the 90s when it was popular to walk through the Blockbuster video aisles to find a new game to play. Here are the photos along with the nasty scratches and rental stickers.
walked into a local thrift store and found a DVD of Super Mario Bros. 3 cartoon series. I happened to have Mario Bros. 3 for the NES so decided to take a photo of both. Kinda nice to have two similar collectibles from different media.
Super Street Fighter 2 was one of those games you instantly loved. More Characters, faster movement and the arcade experience in your house. The Sega Genesis console had controllers which only had three buttons and in order to do punching or kicking you had to toggle by pressing start. They later released 6 Button Controllers which made this game even more fun! Here's the pics I took of my copy.
This is a real classic. The arcade edition features gameplay with mario or luigi as you jump through tubes and scroll left or right while you kill the bad guys. This particular cartridge is a 5 screw limited edition. The label looks pretty good as well.
A strategy / simluation game based on WWii and commanding of the Pacific Navy. This particular game used to be a rental, the booklet was destroyed, and the cartridge still has the rental sticker that advises you that you'll need to buy the game if you remove it.
A very good way to take a photograph is with props. I used a controller for the super Nintendo take this photo of pitfall for the Super Nintendo. Here is the end result.
I happen to have some Japanese import games and decided to take a shot at this Derby Owning reality game by Sega. It's interesting to note that something that seems to be an american thing (Owning a Derby) would be a hit in Japan enough to have a game published. Anyways, it made a nice photo...
I came across a Game disc that featured Blockbuster and Gameshark providing a sampling of 50 games to test out when you rented a video game console.