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I haven't seen one of these in a few weeks.

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Love the catch-copy for this.

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One of my favorites.

>> No.2325863

>>2325761
That sounds like they only made FF7 long to sell memory cards

>> No.2325893

>>2325583
>screenshot of doom is cropped so it doesn't show how the 32x version is windowed

kek

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Tamori's the tarento here.

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>>2325951
I didn't mind the banjo snes cover until now that I know that this artwork exists

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Even with puzzle games, Kirby doesn't fuck around.

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>> No.2326459

>>2326267
>Operation C

I knew I didn't have a Contra game, but I knew I had one that was super close to it. Thank you anon, you've helped me remember a keystone game in my youth.

>those top-down scroller levels
They came outta no where and were awesome.

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>> No.2326739

>>2326286
>mutant marshmallow

Shit, I always thought he was a balloon or blob.

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>> No.2326826

>>2326720

If it does it all then why is it dead?

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1/4

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>>2326996

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>>2327001
3/4

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>>2327002
4/4

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I have a few bits I've scanned in.

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>>2327498
"Change the Doom genre to the Nukem genre."

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>>2327530
"2fast, 2cool, 2dangerous!"

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>>2327536

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>>2327537
And finally.

>> No.2327546

>>2327543
Thanks.
Feel free to most more if you have it, those are very nice.

>> No.2327572

>>2327537
for a moment i thought i saw toki going ape shit

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>>2327530
Had to be done.

>> No.2327607

>>2327530
>>2327536
>>2327537
>>2327543
Does anyone have scans of the fold-out posters that came with PAL Megadrives? There was an early one with Sonic 1, and a later one with Sonic Spinball.

>> No.2327612

>>2327607
I miss in pack promo stuff.
Used to be great getting a demo disc and a poster.

>> No.2327710

I always used to find it weird when old people would refer to my video game systems as my video game when I referred to the actual individual games as video games. "Are you playing your video game?"

"No, I'm playing video games, because I have a bunch of them."

Maybe they got it from Atari.

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>> No.2328797

>>2328275
I love shit like this.

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Anyone remember when Sega used to shit on Nintendo in all their ads?

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#swag

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>> No.2328882

>>2328835
Brilliant.

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>3 deep 4 u

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>> No.2329301

>>2325863
It's about as long as any other game, isn't it? I wouldn't doubt that it was partially true though.

>> No.2329303

>>2329284
Is it an RPG?

>> No.2329306

>>2325923
does turbobooster do as advertised?

>> No.2329315

>>2329303
Yes. It's very much like Crystalis. It's quite good and definitely an unsung gem.

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Aww Yeeah!!

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>> No.2329839

>>2329830
>namedropping Crystalis

I had no idea anyone outside of /vr/ had heard of this game.

>> No.2329845

>>2326776
Holy fuck don't tell me this is what that terrible /ck/ meme is based on...

>> No.2329853

>>2329839
Crystalis was actually a somewhat popular game at the time, but for whatever reason it didn't have much staying power and was mostly forgotten once the SNES came around.

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I don't think I ever played one of these games. Screenshots hurt to look at, and this ad...this fucking ad.

Though given what Sonic eventually turned into...

>> No.2329870

>>2325582
>indigenous man
>advertising a game featuring apes
God dammit Nintendo

>> No.2329875

>>2329870
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vS4RIOFhyL4

>> No.2329876

>>2329875
God dammit

>> No.2329881 [DELETED] 

>>2329870
They were being Progressive. 8^]

>> No.2329882

>>2329862
love how they went with that weirdass character design just for the sake of the pun

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>>2329870
>>2329876

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>>2329895

>> No.2329923

>>2329882
Likewise, using the name Robocod just so they could steal the Robocop theme

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOFvxcfDEJo

>> No.2329924

>>2329908
Huh. The dopefish lives after all.

>> No.2329962

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-usbQDfTIqE

This is my favorite advertisement. Because it's so silly.

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>>2328913
Let's have a moment of silence for every single poor kid that, after begging their parents for 3 straight months and promising not to ask anything for their birthday, finally convinced their parents to buy a $100 game which later arrived and proved to be an incredible piece of crap

>> No.2330078

>>2329923
That remix is so silly yet so likeable at the same time. I miss the days of blatant plagiarism in video game music.

>> No.2330080

>>2329830
Thank you Game Genie, you taught me to work smarter, not harder

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>> No.2330328

>>2329882
>>2329862
It should be noted that the games themselves are fun as fuck. Especially Robocod 2.

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>>2330102

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So I was like reading the Beavis n Buttlead comics from marvel, and I found lots of game ads.
These ads are from 94 to 95 (the comic only ran for 28 issues)

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>>2330546

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>>2330551
The shaman woman was hot as fuck!
>tfw I can't find r34 of her

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>>2330557
Are you hyped for SUPER Streeet fighter 2 yet ?!

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>>2330561

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>>2330569
Game seems kinda boring honestly

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>>2330578
I just noticed... I wrote "Buttlead" in the first post

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>>2330582

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>>2330585
What about now ?! Hyped now ?!

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>>2330593
Ay caramba !

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>>2330598
El Stingray kicks your ass !

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>>2330607
Double Dragon used to be so cool in the Nes, then everything went to hell.

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>>2330619

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>>2330628

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>>2330640

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>>2330645
This game is totally rad!

>> No.2330654

>>2330645
matter of opinion, but in my view Street Fighter was always the superior game

Shame that at the time they were milking Street Fighter 2 and wouldn't make 3, unlike MK which came out with true sequels.

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>>2330653

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>>2330660
Make way for chinese Punisher !!!

>>2330654
I agree with you.

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>>2330668
An ad for a batman game n a comic published by marvel ?!
What's next ? Sega making games for nintendo consoles ?

>> No.2330705 [DELETED] 

>>2330680
heh heh heh
Look Butthead, they are aiming at her thingie !!
heh heh heh

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>>2330680

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>>2330735
I have to go now, but I'll post more later (still 14 issues to go)

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>>2330598

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>>2330742
I'm back with more crap !

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>>2331095

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>>2331102

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>>2331112
Comix Zone ad in a comic book ?!
Makes sense !

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>>2328971

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>>2331121

>> No.2331140

>>2329862
Fuckin fun, played it on the amiga.

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>>2331138
never undestood this game

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>>2331147
Like this one

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>>2331152

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>>2331163

>> No.2331175

>>2331138
>>2331147
>>2331152
>>2331163
>>2331171
dear lord, were these scanned and uploaded by some one with catarax or something?

>> No.2331182

>>2331175
also, I just noticed they get grayer and grayer with each image... is this some sort of really convoluted troll?

>> No.2331184

>>2329709
It goes to show you how advertising has changed over the years. Back then, people read advertisements and they expected readers to do so. Now they just want that one snappy image, a bright color or an easily translatable visual. I cant imagine sitting down in "the day" and reading that unless I already had an interest in it. I guess everyone's attention span has changed.

>> No.2331189

>>2331184
>the images and marketing headline is HUGE where the bulk of the text is tiny and if you actually read it is obvious is more of an after thought
the only reason that wall of text is there is to go along with the idea that sierra games were for "intelligent" gamers, it was part of their marketing strategy Marketing hasn't changed at all.

>> No.2331203

>>2331184
>how advertising has changed over the years
I think, for better or worse, advertising is the true mirror of the modern human condition. If you really want to understand people, watch their commercials.

>>2331175
It does look like the scanner was dying or something, doesn't it?

>> No.2331204

>>2331189
I dont know, sir. Its not just this style of advertisement where I have seen items sold in this manner. Look at the Atari photo in OP's picture for example. It isnt a paragraph or done in an article style, but thats still alot more words than you may find now adays.

It seems to me its more about the visuals these days. That isnt to say its a bad thing. Just the way we view things and react to them has changed. We are a faster generation. Instant gratification, capture the moment in one image type of thinking.

It seems advertisement changed once the 90s came around.

>> No.2331234
File: 218 KB, 1798x1192, UltimaIandII.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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This one is pretty bitchin'.

>> No.2331236

>>2327607
No scans sadly, though i still have both at home. They lived on my wall for many years.

>> No.2331251

>>2331234
that was also the box art for ultima 2, which I no longer have, unfortunately

ultima 2 was an interesting one, because while it wasn't really a great 'game' it was an amazing sandbox (like all ultimas) and it was definitely a direct inspiration for chrono trigger

even the 5 time periods are roughly the same, though ultima has "Legends" instead of CT's floating-castle 'glory of magic' age

>> No.2331278
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Fapped to this shit like a madman back in the day

>> No.2331285

>>2331278
but that's box art, and pretty bad box art at that, and not an ad...

>> No.2331297

>>2331203
actually I think I have fiigured it out, I think the ads are from a comic book, some comic books have a small amount of glossy pages and the rest are normal comic book paper.

>> No.2331298
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>>2331175 >>2331182 >>2331203
Might have been scanned really flat, and didn't bother with any color adjustment.

>> No.2331302
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>> No.2331303

>>2331204
The atari ad was aimed at sellers, not the buying public. It was trying to tell sellers that the atari 2600 was still relevant.

>> No.2331305
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These are funny because they are so fucking stupid.

>> No.2331308
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>> No.2331312
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>> No.2331313

>>2331204
modern games don't even rely on printed ads though, websites provide that function and many of them are even more wordy than a printed ad ever could be.

>> No.2331314

>>2331308
>>2331305
as a nintendo fan I simply find these cringe worthy...

>> No.2331352

>>2329830
>video game dudes

>> No.2331362

>>2331278
cant find the actual ad, but this was one full page of it

>> No.2331364

>>2329908
it's a joke...

>> No.2331417

Looking for a feedback on a potentially dumb project: I am planning on grabbing every print advertisement I can find from Retromag scans between 1989 and 1999, and then hopefully uploading them together as one large torrent or on a website like Flickr or Imgur. Everything would be titled and dated accurately, for ease of searching.

good or bad idea?

>> No.2331421

>>2331417
(and I should specify, I mean grabbing EVERYTHING within the following publications: EGM, EGM2, Nintendo Power, Gamepro, Next Generation and a few others)

>> No.2331442

>>2331417
why one big file? that's kinda stupid

>> No.2331457
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>> No.2331464 [DELETED] 

>>2331442
Well, it doesn't necessarily have to be one big file.

>> No.2331476

>>2331457
I wonder if there is a real scan of this somewhere, it would make for a sick poster

>> No.2331494

>>2331464
well, in that case, why only those magazines? also it is a dumb idea, because those magazines are already archived, it would be stupid to just put up just the ads, also fuck off, the only reason you want to do that is so you can feel special.

>> No.2331498

>>2331457
this ad reminds me of how much I hated 90s advertising and how everything suddenly turned into just a big dick waving contest to gloat about how bad ass x game was and how you were an edgy edgster for playing it, it was a pretty disgusting time to live through...

>> No.2331531

>>2331494
okay ^_^

>> No.2331586
File: 1.12 MB, 1600x2139, Video Games & Computer Entertainment Issue 53 June 1993 page 087.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>>2331285
>>2331362
found it finally.

>> No.2331615
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Podracing.

>> No.2331739

>>2331417
I'd download it.

>> No.2331794
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>>2331417

>> No.2331808

>>2325761
Challenge accepted.

>> No.2331884

>>2331298
>really flat
How else are you supposed to scan something?

>> No.2332870

I remember seeing an Ad in the early 90s...
Can't remember what it was exactly but it had a photo of a naked chick covering her furburger with a Gamegear.

Do you guys hapen to have a scan of that Ad ?
Can't find it anywhere

>> No.2332909
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>> No.2332957

>>2331417
I doubt you will. You'd get discouraged rather soon, if not very soon. You'd have far better prospects just doing a few original scans, particularly for more unusual stuff, like PCE or amiga CD32, at least that way you don't have to worry about if you've got the best quality out there or if you metadata had gotten mixed up one way or another.

>> No.2333364
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>> No.2333380

>>2329306
In a way, yes. It simply gave the Turbografx-16 RCA composite A/V outputs. Without it, the TG-16 was RF-only.

>> No.2333389

>>2331884
He means color wise, Import any of those scans into an image editor like Photoshop, or even photo organization software (Picasa, iPhoto, Shotwell, etc) and do an auto white balance ("enhance" in most photo organizers.) The colors will immediately "pop" like in the reposted ad >>2331298
You'll also find this to be the case with any photo straight off your camera.

>> No.2333432

>>2326826
>not using your Genesis as a music player

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9WzrJ5OyWA

>> No.2333452
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>>2331498
Mid to late 90s was probably the worst time for advertising video games because everyone was focused on grossing you out more than selling the game. Great example is pic related, for years I only remembered the ad because of the nasty hand but I did not remember the game it was advertising at all.

>> No.2333570
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>> No.2333931

>>2328835
Ah, the good old days when less people gave a shit about political correctness.

>> No.2333947

>>2333570
Were there even any light gun games for N64? I don't remember any.

>> No.2333951

>>2333452
Yeah, the gross-out thing was pretty lame. The Nintendo stuff playing ball is still the weirdest shit, because I can't imagine how much they had to wrack their brains to come up with this piece of work: >>2326286

>> No.2333961

>>2333947
That looks to be for PSX. N64 didn't have light gun games I'm pretty sure.

>> No.2333963

>>2333961
>>2333947
What about Pokémon Snap?

>> No.2334321
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>>2332957
you will be surprised by recent developments : )

>> No.2334451

>>2334321
Damn, I remember drawing contests like this. they even had them in game informer until like mid 2000s when they dropped their "funny/bro" act. Honestly I liked it better back then, way too business now

>> No.2334460

>>2333452
>awesome game with giant battling anime robots
>no screenshots or game art
Safe to say marketing companies didn't understand anything about the product they were selling.

Interesting that almost all advertising in the modern age is generated by consumers.

>> No.2334468

>>2331312
This really shows how effective Sega's advertising was, that Nintendo was this butthurt over it.

>> No.2334470
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OH NO

>> No.2334551
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Boomer!

>> No.2334559
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>>2334451

>> No.2334567
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>>2334559

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>> No.2334730
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>> No.2334731
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>>2334730

>> No.2334746

>>2334468
Yeah, 90s Sega of America, particularly the first half of the decade, was god-tier marketing. The only thing Nintendo did better was legal work thanks to Howard "Fuck You Sideways" Lincoln.

>> No.2334750
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>>2334730

>> No.2334764
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>> No.2334774
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>> No.2334775
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>>2334567
Cluck Cluck

>> No.2334783

>>2334764
What a try hard attempt at making a light hearted anime style game into RAD and REBELLIOUS.

>> No.2334787

>>2327503
>Dat paid shill job doe

>> No.2334824
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>> No.2334836
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>> No.2334903
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>> No.2334906

>>2330585
This ad got Sega mags banned from my elementary school after the vice principal saw it.

>> No.2334916
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>>2334906
2spooky4him?

>> No.2334919

>>2334836
I can't tell if this is stylish or just plain lazy.

>> No.2334923
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>>2334916

>> No.2334924

>>2334916
Too much 'Satan'.

The same bitch banned Pokemon once she became principle.

>> No.2334957
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>> No.2335043
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>> No.2335129
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>> No.2335167
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>>2335129
Dat hair tho

>> No.2335172

>>2335043

>"This stuff's banned in the future. Too exciting."

Huh, so that explains the attitude of several AAA game devs these days.

>> No.2335254
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>> No.2335345
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>> No.2335380

>>2335129
>>2335254
What's up with game magazine reviewers and mullets and pube mustaches?

>> No.2335589
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>> No.2335590

>>2335380
It's less "what was up with game magazine reviewers" and more "what was up with the early 90s in general"

>> No.2335596
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>>2335254
this guy is obviously part of the cool peoples club.

>> No.2335734
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>>2326458

>> No.2335757

>>2335596
The kid in the middle, I had that shirt.

>> No.2335932

>>2334731
>Thriller

>> No.2336201
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>> No.2336256
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>>2336201
>I'm tired of treating teenagers for thumb injuries caused by playing video games.

Did that shit actually ever happen? Also, did people really care about high scores in games that didn't even save the score?

>> No.2336280

>>2336201
dat hyperbole

>>2336256
I was such an extreme and radical gamer that I sprained half my hand crashing into a hearse in Paperboy 2

>> No.2336291
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>> No.2336314
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(Tom)

>> No.2336342
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>>2336256

>> No.2336349
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>>2336342

>> No.2336359
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>> No.2336367
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>> No.2336373

>>2336367
That's a pretty wacky advertisement for something that's essentially "My first RPG"

>> No.2336375
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>> No.2336393
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>> No.2336404

>>2336393
As a teenager I always wanted an explanation to why some SF2 cabs had that stupid button layout

>> No.2336405

>>2336393
I have one of those, pisses me off that there's no microswitches. Fucking hate arcade sticks with no microswitches

>> No.2336407
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>>2336393

>> No.2336434

>>2333951
The Kirby one I can kinda understand because it's just poking fun at the light hearted nature of him by acting like he's a bad boy. That Gundam one though just makes no damn sense, why the fuck would someone wanna buy a game where the ad is just a disfigured hand covered in blisters and pizza sauce?

>> No.2336453
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>> No.2336457
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>> No.2336459
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>> No.2336461
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>> No.2336473
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I really wish the advertisers really downplayed the lesbo stuff honestly. they made the game seem skeezier than it was. In game the girls relationship was actually pretty sincere

>> No.2336543
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>> No.2336627
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>> No.2336639

>>2336627
I love how angry and bitter that ad sounds. They probably would've gone to the level of referencing a dog eating its own shit if the ad space would allow for such language.

>> No.2336649

>>2336359
>Buy this game or this Japanese Businessmen will reclaim his honor by killing himself
Holy shit, that's racist as fuck. Could they get away with shit like that back in the mid to late 90's? I'm surprised.

>> No.2336653

>>2336649
Did this happened with Gunpei Yokoi and the Virtual Boy?

>> No.2336662

>>2336649

I guess it was when people didn't flip out over every little thing. You'd almost think "news worthy" topics were a joke these days. "I'm pissed off at what some celebrity said! ...again"

>> No.2336784
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>> No.2336789

>>2336784
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wdqbi66oNuI related

>> No.2336818

>>2328835

This is so simple yet so amazing. Whoever came up with that advert should have been awarded a medal.

>> No.2336824

>>2336473
At least it wasn't the insane levels Parasite Eve went. The art they showed in the advertisements made it look like a borderline hentai game.

>> No.2336841
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>>2331417
I'd perform an act of oral sex on you if you do it correctly with full IPTC and EXIF metadata, 600DPI or greater JPEGs with quantization tables where the highest number <10. I'd also be willing to configure a LAMP for the files if someone else wants to host them.

>>2336359
>>2336649
It might have been more funny/less awkward if Japanese men working themselves to death wasn't a real thing.

>> No.2336854
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>> No.2336895
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>> No.2336901
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>> No.2336904

>>2336895
>right or left hand play

What does that even mean? I know nothing about the Lynx, could you detatch the sides and rearrange them or something?

>> No.2336912

>>2336904
You turned it upside down so you could have the face buttons on the left and the d-pad on the right.

>> No.2336918
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>>2336912
Aah, thanks.

>> No.2336925

>>2336912
They're too stupid to realize that people become ambidextrous by default when it comes to gamepads.

>> No.2337034
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>> No.2337057

>>2336858
lmao boy on top center: "I came.jpg"

>> No.2337083

>>2336918
why would you have to leave your house to play against some one? Are they suggesting that your friends don't want to come to your house for some reason?

>> No.2337091

>>2337034
hahaha, $4 off the full price of a game for a copy of the game that has been rented out a bunch of times. This ad only reminds me what a rip off Blockbuster was. I have no clue why the stores were so popular, they were way more expensive to rent from than any other rental place.

>> No.2337116

>>2336627
I wonder what the hell happened in the gaming advertising industry during the mid-late 90s that suddenly convinced them that directly insulting the gaming public was a good strategy.

>> No.2337135
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>>2336627
>>2336639
I wonder if this was the same advertising agency that was responsible for this infamous ad

>> No.2337137
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>> No.2337142

>>2336895
too bad they never made any good games for the system, I think if they had opened up development to japanese companies the system would have been much more popular because it would have had actually decent games.

>> No.2337145

>>2336895
>>2337142
also, this is the most polite attempt at "edgyness" I have ever seen. It's like when a nice kid tries to insult some one.

>> No.2337148

>>2336895
Wasn't the battery life on this really bad?

>> No.2337151

>>2337116
Advertising has always been about drawing attention at nearly any cost.

The late 90s was the point where print media first realized that the Internet would change their business, instigating further bullishness.

>> No.2337152

>>2336895
>gameboy multiplayer
>2
wasn't the multitap out by the time the Lynx came out?

>> No.2337153

>>2337151
well, after I made the post you responding to, I remember reading an interview with some one that was in the game advertising business at the time where they said that they were just trying to mimic the shit talking that went on between gamers online at the time and it just made them look like they were insulting their audience and realized it was a mistake in the long run.

>> No.2337156
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>> No.2337162

>>2337156
>using fred durst as a spokes person
well now we all know the real reason the dreamcast failed

>> No.2337175

>>2336201
>The new steam controller.jpg

>> No.2337181
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>>2337156
well if we are going to post weird choices of musicians to promote game consoles...

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>> No.2337201
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>>2337190

>> No.2337203

>>2337181
>implying he's actually blind.

>> No.2337208
File: 566 KB, 1440x1970, James Pond - Sega Genesis.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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james please

>> No.2337210
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>>2337201

>> No.2337216

>>2336649
It was this style of "extreme" opinion that I think caused the bounce back to more subdued opinions we see now adays. That whole era was "extreme". Anything to shock, to break the boundaries, to gross out. People also didnt complain back then, however.

I wonder if at some point it will swing back the other way, and we will all be insensitive asslords again.

>> No.2337238

>>2337216
>People also didnt complain back then, however.
actually a lot of people did complain, mostly parents groups though.

>> No.2337246
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>>2337210

>> No.2337251

>>2336824
>At least it wasn't the insane levels Parasite Eve went. The art they showed in the advertisements made it look like a borderline hentai game.

the most I recall seeing was the shirtless Aya art, which to be frank for Nomura is pretty restrained

>> No.2337259
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>>2337246

>> No.2337262

>>2337259
in what way is that free?

>> No.2337267

>>2336649
If I remember right that ad is a translation of a japanese ad, so if I'm right, it's not really racist at all.

>> No.2337278
File: 1.02 MB, 543x804, post-24464-129093185398.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>>2337262
maybe that they are telling your about the offer for free? :P

>> No.2337289
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>> No.2337318
File: 480 KB, 1431x1890, Pocky & Rocky - SNES.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2337615
File: 463 KB, 1280x1710, Gamepro Tip Line feat Sonic.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2337621

>>2336854
I really don't have anything specific to say, I just can't believe no one has commented on this. This is really all any ad needs to do to get people's attention. I'm now wondering about this Imhotep game.

>> No.2337679

>>2337181
This is hilarious, but fake.

>> No.2337692
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>>2336861
now why'd they have to go there

>> No.2337772

>>2336861
So... 3dfx is for women and obese guys?

>>2337262
It's not "free", it's "free*"

>Manholes of Venus
It's a testament to 4chan that my first thought is "lewd"

>> No.2337839

>>2336459
>>2336459
>"I'm not boy"
Huh ? What ?!

>> No.2338078
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>> No.2338273
File: 573 KB, 2560x1756, Super Metroid - SNES.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2338336
File: 381 KB, 1280x1721, Lester the Unlikely - SNES 2.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2338350

>>2325583
>That "ménage à trois" in the corner
I genuinely chuckled

>> No.2338380

>>2331095
It's impressive how after all these years companies are still abusing the letter X to appeal to the UlTR4 G4M3RZ. And they still fall for it, of course.

>> No.2338390
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2338390

cross boarding from /cgl/. I would love to have this now.

>> No.2338397
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>>2336841

that's just...weird

>> No.2338404

>>2335043
>Built to stand the test of time
With a capacitor replacement, that is.

>> No.2338413
File: 433 KB, 1280x1779, NBA Jam April 1994 2.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2338423
File: 1.18 MB, 3224x2115, Ren & Stimpy, Stimpy's Invention - Sega Genesis 1.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2338483
File: 322 KB, 1280x1721, Tommy Tallarico Virgin Games Greatest Hits Vol 1.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2338506
File: 346 KB, 1280x1756, 3DO Passive Aggressive August 1994.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2338603
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2338603

>> No.2338625

>>2338483

I can't say I'm a "fan" of this guy but I dig his enthusiasm for his work that he used to have. I don't know if that same enthusiasm persists but his music has always come off to me as really "processed" if that makes sense. Just that the vast majority of hi stuff seems to be really only slightly above average. But hey, I'm a nobody and the guy has apparently done really well for himself so maybe I'm just delusional.

>> No.2338630
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>>2338483
Did anyone else watch Electric Playground? I know it was a bit of a Canadian thing, but damn, him and Victor sure had some polar opposite opinions on games. It was fun to watch them argue.

>> No.2338671

>>2338483
He looks like a guy who would walk out of your TV, smash your Nintendo, tell you about blast processing, then disappear in an explosion of static.

>> No.2338780

>>2326286
>American Kirby.jpg

>> No.2338806

>>2335043
>too exciting

Suddenly everything makes sense

>> No.2338824

>>2325583
>They're making a marketing failure, dear.

>> No.2338905

>>2338630
Electric Playground was the one with previews. You're thinking of Reviews on the Run which was called Judgement Day when it aired in America. Tommy had some fucking retarded opinions at times like hating Capcom vs SNK2 only because it was 2D but at the same time it just showed how genuine the show was when it did come to their opinions which was great.

>> No.2338987

>>2330619
Double Dragon was on the Jaguar?

>> No.2339270

>>2338824
Ouch

>> No.2339275
File: 65 KB, 550x773, 1416263752913.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
2339275

>> No.2339296

>>2331586
Those quotes. I like how the highest praise is "admitting" to liking it.

>> No.2339316

>>2338987
It was a terrible fighting game with a terrible cartoon and somehow ended up on EVERY console of that generation

>> No.2339453

>>2338905
Early on in the show's run Electric Playground had reviews (from the beginning of the show in 1996 to about 2001-2002, which was when the review portion spun-off into Judgement Day)

>> No.2339468

>>2328821
>joe montana football

>> No.2339632
File: 652 KB, 1600x2112, Super Street Fighter II Turbo - PC.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2339749

>>2328982
Thought it said "a Hideo Kojima Game" under the title.
I've been hanging out in too many MGS threads

>> No.2340462
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>> No.2340492

>>2339632
Out of all the platforms to play Street Figher, why PC in the mid-90s? I mean, I don't think they made Arcade sticks back in the day and local multiplayer would be 2 kids sharing a keyboard? Sure it had the best hardware, but really?

>> No.2340538
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>>2339453
Ah my mistake then. I'm a Murrican so I got Electric Playground when they were only doing previews.

>> No.2340564

>>2340492
Don't overthink it man. Street Fighter was money back then whatever you put it on.

>> No.2340581

>>2335254
Is that fucking Eddie Guerrero

>> No.2340620

>>2335589
One of my friends had the TV tuner. His parents were rich as fuck. Even back then we realised the batteries were utter shit though. It was just ridiculous.

>> No.2340701

>>2340564
Ah yes, the Minecraft of it's day

>> No.2340705

>>2339275

The black guy reminds me of every black guy from a japanese game.

>> No.2340789

>>2337615

It looks like Sonic is running away from the phone.

>> No.2340794

>>2340789
I'd run away too if I had to talk with Chris Chan on the phone all day.

>> No.2340871

>>2334903
>try our finger condom
I wonder if those things really worked.

>> No.2340897

>>2340794

Even worse, Chris Chan as a CHILD.

>> No.2341001
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>> No.2341008
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2341008

Here is a semi-interesting feature on game counseling lines from a May 1996 issue of GamePro

1/4

>> No.2341013
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>>2341008
2/4

>> No.2341015
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>>2341013
3/4

>> No.2341016
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>>2341015

>> No.2341035

>>2341008
how exactly have "game makers gone through some tough times" in 1996? I don't remember that being a thing, except for maybe sega, but weren't those other companies they mentioned doing more than fine? Seems like they were just making up excuses for the gaming industry... Should have just said "you are fucking stupid for thinking that calling a company for hints is a right, now screw off"

>> No.2341039

>>2341015
>amarican laser games
why the hell did an arcade light gun game and laser tag company have a hint line at all?

>> No.2341302

>>2341035
>Should have just said "you are fucking stupid for thinking that calling a company for hints is a right, now screw off"

You are totally not rad.

>> No.2341365

>>2339632
>Dumb II
Man, what a pile of shit. The original Dumb was so good, too.

>> No.2341623
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>>2341365
Wait...is Dumb supposed to be Doom? I get that Komedy=Combat (a rival game to SF), but why bring Doom into it?

>>2341039
Wisdom Tree had a hint line. Wisdom Tree.

>>2341302
>>2341035
I've been thinking of starting a hint phone line company for all /vr/ material. It would charge per hint instead of per minute.
>How do I fight Vargas in FFVI?
Git gud *beep*
>How do I beat Makaimura?
You don't *beep*
>Where is the first level skip in Super Mario?
GameFAQs *beep*

>> No.2342056

>>2341623
>Wisdom Tree had a hint line. Wisdom Tree.

In 1996.

1 9 9 6

>> No.2342084
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>> No.2342641
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>> No.2342656
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>> No.2342660
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>> No.2342741 [DELETED] 

>>2342660

>"How do you spot a Sonic fanatic?"

Ask if he has a deviantart account.

>> No.2342829

>>2342741
>>2342660
Does anybody else feel bad for the normal fans of the Sonic games?

>> No.2342835

>>2330660
you just know that blurb on the back was the pitch for the game...

>> No.2342851
File: 1.33 MB, 2881x1996, Donkey Kong Country 3, Dixie Kong's Double Trouble - SNES.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2342939

>>2342851
They hired A. Wyatt Mann to do DKC ads?

>> No.2342942

>>2341623
>but why bring Doom into it?

doom was a PC game and this ad was for a PC port of street fighter.

They're acting like SF is better to play on a PC than doom is.

>> No.2342956
File: 1.08 MB, 1600x2154, Game Boy Pocket Limited Edition Ice Blue.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2342975

>>2336841
[email protected]

>> No.2343059

>>2336649
People are way too touchy today.

>> No.2343067

>>2336863
Fuck this game and it's US damage values.

>> No.2343068

>>2337238
Man, I remember parent groups. What a gas.

>> No.2343071

>>2342956

Man I wanted one of those so badly as a kid. I finally have one now though and it's awesome.

>> No.2343359
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GTA PS1 era

>> No.2343371

>>2343359
Got that one on the back of an old SANDMAN comic

>> No.2343398

>>2331417
There really should be a *booru for stuff like this, retrobooru or something. No porn (aside from racy ads), just nostalgia.

>> No.2343410

>>2326286
Whoever did things like this should get a Dom Draper award.
They turned a cutesy, appeal-to-the-masses cuddly character into an ironic, pumped western machismo badass: and the best part is that they showed absolutely NO shame in the irony. And it stands as part of Kirby's character to this day. Truly sociopathic marketing.

>> No.2343424
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2343424

>>2328837
This is based on a famous pinup photo

>> No.2343434

>>2334923
Nice one. The game was really good too.

>> No.2343447

>>2343371
Found this one inside a Transmetropolitan scan

>> No.2343459
File: 451 KB, 1195x1151, diddypepe.png [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>>2326458
YES, one of the best ones! My dad bought and collected a shit ton of comics and this was probably the most common videogame ad in them in the early 90's

>> No.2343472
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>> No.2343513

>>2341623
Dem tits.

>> No.2343519

>>2342641
>drop the load

>> No.2343523

>>2342829
>Sonic games
>Normal fans
Bhahaha.

>> No.2343525

>>2343424
That ass is totally awful. Looks like baby's ass.

>> No.2343598

>>2338336
>HY haircut
>Reigning Champ
>Tapered Raw Denim
>High Tops
>Hungry Skeleton

This kid is the epitome of /fa/.

>> No.2343701
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>> No.2343972

>>2330660
>Genesis version comes with a single from Shaq's new rap CD

The one thing in a CIB anything I've seen that I'd rather not get as part of the complete copy.

>> No.2343976

>>2331095
No wonder they failed with math like that

>> No.2343987

>>2343472
>95 bucks for a fucking baseball game

Is this Oz?

>> No.2343990

>>2343598
Funny how trends go, eh?

>> No.2344085

I remember an ad for N64 that had a fat little kid sitting in a couch made out of nails and was holding a balloon

Weird shit, someone remembers it or has the picture?

>> No.2344152

>>2343972
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PD9Rb2U7E8E

Probably a blessing...

>> No.2344351

Does somebody has some Shin Megami Tensei ads? I'm curious

>> No.2345129 [DELETED] 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/132169585@N04/sets/ they need tags but w/e I'll do it eventually

>> No.2345553

https://www.flickr.com/photos/132169585@N04/sets/ the images themselves need tags, but I'll get to it eventually

>> No.2346178
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2346178

What are the answers?

>> No.2346436
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>> No.2347947

>>2333389
Most cameras nowadays come with the "vivid" mode enabled by default, which usually pops saturation and contrast a bit more than enough

>> No.2347970
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>> No.2347974
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>> No.2347992
File: 186 KB, 800x1078, Next_Generation_Issue_011_November_1995_0141.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
2347992

Next Gen is wonderful.

>> No.2348001
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2348001

I laughed at this one.

>> No.2348003

>>2346569
since when is controlling things by tilting a controller "ultra realistic" at all? Most flying vehicles are, and even where then, controlled by things that are very similar to joysticks and game pads, so in actuality the game pad it's self is more realistic. That being said, that thing does sound cool... but only if it actually works, and it probably didn't.

>> No.2348010
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>> No.2348017
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>> No.2348024
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>> No.2348027

>>2348017
I remember seeing ads like this back in the day, even then I knew it was a scam.

>> No.2348034
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>>2348027
Yeah, I remember my parents telling me that too. Oh well.

>> No.2348035
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>>2348017
I always find it interesting to see how these Pandemonium giveaways changed year by year

This one is from December of 1993

>> No.2348039
File: 547 KB, 1440x1919, 16520970694_61005d66fa_o.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>>2348035
April 1998

>> No.2348043
File: 125 KB, 800x1064, Next_Generation_Issue_015_March_1996_0045.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>>2348035
Prices didn't though, huh. Thanks anon.

>> No.2348047
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>>2348048

>> No.2348053
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>> No.2348068
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>> No.2348071

>>2348017
>all those doomed consoles

and the ps1

>> No.2348089

>>2336461
The muffled sounds of a trapped turd?

>> No.2348092

>>2348071
I feel like the sega saturn could have been a good competitor to the playstation if the sega themselves didn't give up on it so early on.

>> No.2348101

>>2337839
I think it's the whole concept of "in video games you can be anything you want" so he isn't a boy when he's playing that game, he's a robot super hero.

>> No.2348105

>>2348024
I think that ad was aimed specifically at the people over at the original team amiga

>> No.2348109

>>2348024
>Failures welcome! Working for us is better than ending your own life.

>> No.2348120

>>2348109
see
>>2348105
or maybe 3DO as well

>> No.2348130

>>2348048
>japanimation
I forgot that some people still called anime that back then, lol

>> No.2348146

>>2348053
>the best selling sega-cd rpg of all time
I like how they don't mention that it's was also the only sega-cd rpg released in the US at time as well, lol.

>> No.2348176
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>> No.2348240

>>2347992

What's the original painting in the background called?

>> No.2348297
File: 768 KB, 1440x1891, 17140945182_a1d242d1a0_o.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
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>> No.2348307

>>2348240
"The Triumph of Death" by Bruegel.

Look bottom middle for the mummy in the coffin. The whole image is mirrored, by the way.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Triumph_of_Death#/media/File:Thetriumphofdeath.jpg

>> No.2348343

>>2347974
>Based Archie
clutch

>> No.2348874

>>2348297
Ah, back when Japanese imports were a huge selling point of video game stores

Now Japan games are so inaccessible due to language and cultural barriers, no one bothers

>> No.2350086

>>2339632
>Mortal Komedy II
PHELOUS!?

>> No.2350094

>>2336841
>exposed to an experimental serum

Does anybody know if this is typical american LOLcalization shit?

>> No.2350570
File: 665 KB, 1400x925, Activator_MD_US.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report]
2350570

>> No.2350581

>>2350570
Does this count as a retro ad?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXHM1I8wgtc

>> No.2350614

Is there something like a batch torrent of retro vidya ads out there?
I see streamers use them all the time as fillers, but I can never find anything when I look for it.

The closest I found is this :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eticYf2y-Do , but it's put up together pretty badly, with lots of repeats and non-retro Ads.

>> No.2350629

>>2350581
Why would anyone think that's anything but retarded?
Are the 90s really that lost on me?

>> No.2350676

>>2350629
It reminds me of the wii remote.

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>> No.2350768

>>2350570
>Then it will hit them,
>when they play next to you.

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Doom is such a fuckin' awesome game that even guys on porn sites know about it.

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>>2350629
>Why would anyone think that's anything but retarded?
>Are the 90s really that lost on me?

Yes
Back in the 90's we were all about new and ingenious ideas without thinking about how inconvenient or impractical they could be.

Take the virtual boy for example. You had to stick your head into a shitty visor. Was it comfortable? No. Was it practical? Oh hell no. But it made it to the market because it was a new thing.

Some of these ideas actually made it to market and were quite successful once we perfected the tech a little more and the games were built around using the controller, like the Wiimote for example. When you have a game built for a controller and you try to shoehorn motion controls, it's the recipe for disaster.

Some tech, however, like virtual reality, still has yet to become mainstream. I remember in the 90's virtual reality was the next big thing and everyone was sure it would be mainstream within years. Then we saw the tech wasn't there yet and we settled for first person shooters on a screen

>> No.2351483

>>2351473
>When you have a game built for a controller and you try to shoehorn motion controls, it's the recipe for disaster.

Sounds just like the wii remote.

>> No.2351495

>>2351483
Well, the advantage of motion controls over buttons notwithstanding, at least the Wiimote worked and worked well for what it needed to do.

The power glove and >>2350570 the activator didn't even work correctly half the time

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>>2351495
>The power glove

But it was so bad....

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>>2351495
>>2351506

>> No.2351543

>>2351506
Daily reminder that that actor is a pedophile.

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>>2351520
>Starting in the summer of 1990,software designed for the Power Glove adds the third dimension - depth - so that you're playing in a "virtual reality." It's the future of video games. Years ahead of schedule.
Not that far ahead even if it had worked as promised. Not to mention flight sims were already 3D for the longest time and stuff like I, Robot led a niche existence.

>> No.2351849

>>2351543
Any details?

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>>2351849

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>>2350581
> remember, you need to recalibrate every time you turn on your genesis, or when you play a different cart, seems simple? because it is!

Who thought this was a good idea?

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>> No.2353017

>>2353008

On the Game Boy, 5 > 4 > 3 > 1 > 2. They got better with each release.

>> No.2353031

>>2325760
>Want to lose a lot of weight? Pick up a Gameboy Color and watch what happens
what

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>>2353031
You will turn into a lich!

>> No.2353098

>>2353035
Golf! My one weakness!

>> No.2353127

>>2330582
Why retro games ads so interesting, unique and creative?

>> No.2353153

>>2353127
Because they're actually trying. You can tell that had some sort of enjoyment making these.

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>>2353127
1. Because the actual product (the video-game) is less visually impressive than modern games, where you can just use a screenshot of gameplay or a pre-rendered cut-scene.

2. Print ads were presumably given a larger proportion of the advertising budget, since other mediums of advertisement (youtube, twitch, let's-plays, banner ads on webpages, e-celebrities etc.) either didn't exist or were in their infancy.

>> No.2353670

>>2353556
Yeah, compared to vidya print ads today which are basically just serious poster like images

Hell, if you open up a magazine these days, the first half of it is literally just advertisements, and they request that you pay for this shit. They might as well pay you all the money for reading it.

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>> No.2353887

>>2348048
>>2348050
Tommo is still around.. I think they publish Steam games now

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>> No.2354159

>>2325571
Found this on reddit: http://ftp.kameli.net/pub/pkpvideos/Classic%20Video%20Game%20Console%20Commercials/

>> No.2354229

>>2335596
Let the record show, I never wore those embarrassing clothes back then.

>> No.2354235

>>2354049
>Donkey Kong '94
>94%
What fucking subhuman regards that game as anything less than 100%? Bring me his head on a pike.

>> No.2354558

>>2354235
Don't go bandannas.

>> No.2355803

>>2353556

>sonic is a hedgehog

HOLY SHIT!!!!

>> No.2355807

>>2354235

I'd easily give it a NEW RELEASE/100

>> No.2355829

>>2354229
haha, I used to dress exactly like the kids in that ad, but that was really the norm around here.

>> No.2355832

>>2355829
oh, but I might add that I never tucked in my shirt like those kids, lol, well unless my parents forced me to, parents in that era seemed to not understand that tucking in t-shirts looked and felt goofy

>> No.2355839

>>2335129
>since he was 12
>he looks about 14 there

>> No.2355845

>>2336454
is it more or does this ad make it look like each game is a different handheld rather than carts for the same system?

>> No.2355847

>>2326720

Wait the ad has "Ghostbusters II" as new game.

Did it get cancelled?

>> No.2355851

>>2355847
must have, since the ad does seem to be american

>> No.2355862

>>2331494
^_______________________^

>> No.2355893

>>2355851

Damn, what could have been...

>> No.2356881

Retro Ads Part two:

>>2356863

>> No.2356972

>>2337839
I believe that's a girl. See >>2336457

The ad might be painting Nintendo sexist for calling their handheld Game Boy.

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