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Found 142 results

  1. Marcus Estrada

    Nintendo Family Computer "Famicom"

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Now here is everyone's best friend R.O.B.! R.O.B. had a promising start but didn't figure into Nintendo's ultimate game plan. Only two games ever graced us with his ability: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Both games featured R.O.B. interacting as a player or R.O.B. was the game itself. R.O.B. and the parts are not only cool to look at, but are becoming somewhat rare and valuable."
  2. Marcus Estrada

    Famicom Disk System

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Now here is everyone's best friend R.O.B.! R.O.B. had a promising start but didn't figure into Nintendo's ultimate game plan. Only two games ever graced us with his ability: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Both games featured R.O.B. interacting as a player or R.O.B. was the game itself. R.O.B. and the parts are not only cool to look at, but are becoming somewhat rare and valuable."
  3. From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Now here is everyone's best friend R.O.B.! R.O.B. had a promising start but didn't figure into Nintendo's ultimate game plan. Only two games ever graced us with his ability: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Both games featured R.O.B. interacting as a player or R.O.B. was the game itself. R.O.B. and the parts are not only cool to look at, but are becoming somewhat rare and valuable."
  4. From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Now here is everyone's best friend R.O.B.! R.O.B. had a promising start but didn't figure into Nintendo's ultimate game plan. Only two games ever graced us with his ability: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Both games featured R.O.B. interacting as a player or R.O.B. was the game itself. R.O.B. and the parts are not only cool to look at, but are becoming somewhat rare and valuable."
  5. Marcus Estrada

    Nintendo Entertainment System Power Glove

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Now here is everyone's best friend R.O.B.! R.O.B. had a promising start but didn't figure into Nintendo's ultimate game plan. Only two games ever graced us with his ability: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Both games featured R.O.B. interacting as a player or R.O.B. was the game itself. R.O.B. and the parts are not only cool to look at, but are becoming somewhat rare and valuable."
  6. Marcus Estrada

    Robotic Operating Buddy (R.O.B.) NES Box

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Now here is everyone's best friend R.O.B.! R.O.B. had a promising start but didn't figure into Nintendo's ultimate game plan. Only two games ever graced us with his ability: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Both games featured R.O.B. interacting as a player or R.O.B. was the game itself. R.O.B. and the parts are not only cool to look at, but are becoming somewhat rare and valuable."
  7. Marcus Estrada

    Nintendo Robotic Operating Buddy (R.O.B.)

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Now here is everyone's best friend R.O.B.! R.O.B. had a promising start but didn't figure into Nintendo's ultimate game plan. Only two games ever graced us with his ability: Gyromite and Stack-Up. Both games featured R.O.B. interacting as a player or R.O.B. was the game itself. R.O.B. and the parts are not only cool to look at, but are becoming somewhat rare and valuable."
  8. Marcus Estrada

    Nintendo FamicomBox Hotel and Demo System

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Released in 1977, this is the sequel to Color TV Game 6. This game features fifteen different variations of Light Tennis (improved the previous 6). CTV G15 was very successful, selling over a million copies in Japan. The controllers were now separate from the console, while in the original the players were required to turn the knobs on the actual console."
  9. Marcus Estrada

    Super Nintendo Tester

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Released in 1977, this is the sequel to Color TV Game 6. This game features fifteen different variations of Light Tennis (improved the previous 6). CTV G15 was very successful, selling over a million copies in Japan. The controllers were now separate from the console, while in the original the players were required to turn the knobs on the actual console."
  10. Marcus Estrada

    Nintendo Troubleshooting Guide

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Released in 1977, this is the sequel to Color TV Game 6. This game features fifteen different variations of Light Tennis (improved the previous 6). CTV G15 was very successful, selling over a million copies in Japan. The controllers were now separate from the console, while in the original the players were required to turn the knobs on the actual console."
  11. Marcus Estrada

    Nintendo Color TV Game 15

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "Released in 1977, this is the sequel to Color TV Game 6. This game features fifteen different variations of Light Tennis (improved the previous 6). CTV G15 was very successful, selling over a million copies in Japan. The controllers were now separate from the console, while in the original the players were required to turn the knobs on the actual console."
  12. Marcus Estrada

    Super Nintendo Entertainment System

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "The Super NES entered the 16-bit wars late, joining the Sega Genesis and NEC TurboGrafx-16. Nevertheless, with its pedigree, fan support, and quality software and featuring a stellar color pallet and unprecedented sound quality, the Super NES would quickly surpass the TurboGrafx-16 and catch up to the Sega Genesis. Years of wonderful competition ensued, much to the elation of multi-system console owners of the 90s."
  13. Marcus Estrada

    Complete Earthbound for SNES

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "The Sega CDX (or Multi-Mega outside of North America) was a 16-bit video game console released in 1994, combining the Genesis/Mega-Drive and one of its add-ons, the Sega CD/Mega-CD, into a single compact unit. It could do almost everything the larger Sega CD could do, only portably so."
  14. Marcus Estrada

    "The Sega Base System" Master System

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "The Sega CDX (or Multi-Mega outside of North America) was a 16-bit video game console released in 1994, combining the Genesis/Mega-Drive and one of its add-ons, the Sega CD/Mega-CD, into a single compact unit. It could do almost everything the larger Sega CD could do, only portably so."
  15. From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "The Sega CDX (or Multi-Mega outside of North America) was a 16-bit video game console released in 1994, combining the Genesis/Mega-Drive and one of its add-ons, the Sega CD/Mega-CD, into a single compact unit. It could do almost everything the larger Sega CD could do, only portably so."
  16. Marcus Estrada

    Sega CDX

    From the album: Classic Gaming Expo 2012 (CGX 2K12) Photo Album

    "The Sega CDX (or Multi-Mega outside of North America) was a 16-bit video game console released in 1994, combining the Genesis/Mega-Drive and one of its add-ons, the Sega CD/Mega-CD, into a single compact unit. It could do almost everything the larger Sega CD could do, only portably so."
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