this is number one in my game boy collection for, what the hell
Sarada no Kuni no Tomato Hime VS. Sarada no Kuni no Tomato Hime VS. Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom, 1984/1988/1991
If anyone has a better scan of the PC box, let us know!
Smash TV arcade cabinet art.
An advert for ShadowRun on the Super Nintendo!
Original promotional poster for Dragon’s Lair. It was the video game embodiment of Jekyll & Hyde: beautifully animated as only Don Bluth’s animation could achieve (with video streaming off laserdisc), and yet cursed with all of the compelling gameplay of whack-a-mole using a broken mallet. Younger gamers may be surprised that quick time event gameplay has existed—and blighted games—for thirty years.
Still, a beautiful game and appropriately grand poster.
The (early and largely unused) concept art of Far Cry 3
by West Studio.
Exciting Basket VS. Double Dribble VS. Konamic Basket VS. Double Dribble: 5 on 5 VS. Hyperdunk, 1987, 1991, 1994
Shining Force: Kamigami no Isan VS. Shining Force, 1992/93
Final Zone, Genesis.
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Awesome flyer for the Warrior (1979) arcade game, by Vectorbeam. Despite being ancient, this vector game may have included the first usage of motion capture in videogames.
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