Awesome looking vector arcade machine made by the folks over at vec9.com.
In 1984, a top-secret Soviet initiative launches Russia's final attempt to win the space race AND the cold war.
Its codename: VEC9.
Nuclear-powered laser-armed bombers are stationed in orbit, their pilots cryogenically frozen to mask their heat signature. The iron curtain falls. Thirty years later, the last forgotten Soviet radio beacons sputter to a halt. Unable to re-establish contact with the non-existent Soviet Command, Station VEC9 has no choice but to assume that the USSR has been destroyed by capitalist deceit and nuclear fire.
VEC9's mission: to avenge Mother Russia, to punish imperialist aggression, and to destroy tyranny and the American way of life for the safety of the Communist world.
Youtube channel Gaming Historian takes a look back at Super Mario Bros. 2.
Happy 30th Amiga!
On July 23, 1985, Commodore launched the A1000. The first gen Amiga sported a 7.16 MHz CPU and sold for around 1,200 bucks.
They continued making the Amiga until the early 90's. Known for its gaming power this PC had 1,000's of games over the course of its lifespan.
Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather go head to head in this 8-bit parody.
Rare Bubble Bobble Part 2 prototype from Taito America Corp. for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Currently listed on eBay for a US $2,999.99 buy it now with best offer option available. A loose cartridge of Bubble Bobble 2 is currently clearing $300 on ebay and recent sales show a mint complete in box version close to the $1,000 mark. Would be nice to know if this prototype as any differences from the official release as that would warrant a premium price.
Thank you for your interest in the very rare bubble bobble part 2 prototype. At this time, there are 5 known prototypes to exist, so do not miss your chance to add this to your collection.
A friend in high school gave this to me a few years back. Their father worked to write NES books back in the early 90's.
This game is tested and works in my top loader (see pictures above.)
Thanks for looking and good luck