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God Tier
>candid period shots
Top Tier
>posed period shots
Mid Tier
>promotional vintage shots
>candid modern shots
Shit Tier
>posed/professional modern shots

>> No.3185892
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Good thread.

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We'll see.

Can anyone beat these candid vintage HQ pics of a 12(!) year old Mila Jovovich? I submit them as the "gold standard"

>> No.3185914

>playing vidya before 2009
This is how you know it's fake. Also the TV stand looks a little newer, mid to late '90s.
And why is she playing as Luigi all by herself?
I actually used to do that because I preferred Luigi.

>> No.3185915


I thought that was leonardo dicaprio with a wig

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S-she's 12 in dat pic?!

>> No.3185928
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It's 1987. Milla is one year older than me and I'm one of the old-man posters.

Although pic related is a pro shot, Vicki Witt here would go on to get a crew credit in Return of the Jedi.

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She's been drinking milk

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At the risk of changing the tone too much, I came across this shot. At first I thought it was vintage but these poor Egyptians are just frozen in time. They're so poor they're living with their uncle in his tomb. Tombs are big with Egyptians and they're paid off for the LONG residency

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>This meme
This is the true sign of underage. Penn Jillette's wife was getting high scores in Space Invaders when you were in diapers. Girls have always liked games.

>> No.3186004

pics or it didn't happen
also would help the thread

>> No.3186028
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>Girls have always liked games.
I think there's always been about the same proportion of girls who legitimately like video games to ones who mainly use it as an affectation it's just that gaming in general blew up so much where you used to know 1 real girl gamer and 5 fakes now it's 5 real gamers and 25 fakes which seems worse but isn't really.

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>> No.3186138


that's not an old photo, is it?

Looks like some kind of "retro convention".

>> No.3186139

that's not me

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this is a boy can you believe it

>> No.3186147

>I think there's always been about the same proportion of girls who legitimately like video games to ones who mainly use it as an affectation

I agree with this, but I think it's the same for guys as well.

>> No.3186150 [DELETED] 

I can believe that's how she self-identifies. Sure.

>> No.3186154

Totally. That looks like any typical chubby 12-13 year old boy.

>> No.3186158

Sure, probably there's an even greater proportion of fakes on the guy side since it has a more positive perception but there's always been lots of young male real gamers so it doesn't seem like they're in any danger - although if /v/ is any indication there's a growing number of straight trolls in the community too.

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Yeah I think it's some kind of gathering but something about the sparsely decorated christmas tree made me like it, plus I'd like to believe it's candid but like Milla, she IS just on stage 1.

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>> No.3186186

>so it doesn't seem like they're in any danger

What kind of danger would they be in in any case?

>> No.3186198

Danger of become a minority

>> No.3186209

lol okay

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The kisses are hers and hers and his!

>> No.3186385

Not retro.

>> No.3186387

What game is that in the picture?

>> No.3186436

Why is the Genesis' scan/geometry always so out of whack? I can keep my setting the same for every system I have hooked up except for the fucking Genesis.

>> No.3186441

that crt has a dvd player in it

>> No.3186450
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here's one you've all seen before, adorable me playing sonic.

>> No.3186483

Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse

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>> No.3186564
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This is my favorit shiggy photo

>> No.3186747

So... Do you require eye glasses to see probably today anon?

>> No.3186756


>> No.3187032

not him but 33yrs old vidya all my life (Sis had a Colecovision when I was born). Crt only until 2005, still game almost exclusively on an old ass consumer set. Perfect Vision.

>> No.3188375

I'm 34. Still only play/collect for SNES/MD. 360 is my newest "next-gen" console.

>> No.3188382
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>> No.3188790

>TV set to channel 3
So RF is what Miyamoto actually intended for us to use all along!

>> No.3188806

Adorable kid here, I'm near sighted...

Although the problems didn't arise until my teen years. I doubt my younger gaming didn't affect it, my entire family has shitty eyesight.

>> No.3188808

Errr, I doubt it DID affect.

>> No.3188819

>not retro

>> No.3189024

A lot of 80s TVs still display the channel number when they're in composite mode. My 13" KVM from '87 does for sure.

>> No.3189170

o shit waddup

>> No.3189201

Hard Mode: Girls playing non-Nintendo developed games.

>> No.3189206

The only reason to have used RCA cables back then was for connecting to fancy stereo equipment. TBQH, I don't think any of the TVs I had back in the day could accept anything besides RF...

>> No.3189210

Twin-lead RF for life

>> No.3189212

You're not Shigeru Miyamoto or even an average Japanese gamer

>> No.3189216

You're a faggot. Of course you'd prefer three "plugs" in rainbow colors. I am having a hard time figuring out what's your point, homo.

>> No.3189221

The point is RF WAS the way to play. NES only came packaged with an RF unit.

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>three rainbow plugs
>NES only came packaged with an RF unit
Is it just me or are we getting trolls on /vr/ that are literally ignorant on retro games?

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>> No.3189268

>Shiggy's Castle

>> No.3189285

It has outputs, but didn't come with wires. Try again.

>> No.3189287

>I'm one of the old-man posters

We have dudes in their 40s here, you are NOT old-man here. We have one dude who legit proved he was 67 on here once.

>> No.3189304

so he's a young man
glad we have you, the king decider on ages here to tell us

>> No.3189306

Milla Jovovich is 40, dude. Making him 39 which is older than average around these parts.

>> No.3189312

>The NES Action Set includes:
>The Nintendo Entertainment System console deck
>2 NES Controllers
>NES Zapper Light Gun
>Super Mario/Duck Hunt NES Game
>TV RF Switch and Power Cord
>System manuals

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>> No.3189392

that pic must have been taken in the first 5 minutes of fugging around with that thing before everyone sits on there fat butt and slaps it with their hands lmao :D

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>> No.3189471

>Also the TV stand looks a little newer, mid to late '90s.

The trinitron log says otherwise -- the 3 dots logo was used until the early 90s.

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>> No.3189590

>Shoes on in the house


>> No.3189715

> Air Command Force

Totally house worthy. Those things take like 5 minutes to lace, so you don't wanna take them off too often.

>> No.3189742

Not laced in photo.

>> No.3189878
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>> No.3189907

Even taking those off when loose like that requires further loosening of the laces all the way down, not to mention that they're clean af. I stand by my house-worthy assessment.

>> No.3189912

Pretty sure my NES Action Set came with a pair of AV cables.

>> No.3189930

your dad might have just had some extras from his stereo.

>> No.3189937

I bet the Chinese hacked into her game boy too.

>> No.3189938


Not really a fan of Shillary but that is a great pic. I wonder what she's playing?

>> No.3189945

>Muh wiki regurgitation.
The NES Control Deck manual definitely says they came with them.

>> No.3189948

No, I definitely remember taking them out from the box alongside the RF Switch and AC Adapter.

>> No.3189959

I'm just playing devil's advocate, you're right.

>> No.3190078

Tetris just like every other chick

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>> No.3190302

Damn, those are some ugly ass feet.

>> No.3190362
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what game-console is that

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That, Anon is an Apple IIe with a hard drive and possibly with both RGB and composite monitors.

>> No.3190447

Better keep that plastic on the couch. Wouldn't want to ruin its value.

>> No.3190460

sexy shorts

>> No.3190641

Is that a soap bar?

>> No.3191273

This. Even my mom played Tetris. She used to write her high scores on masking tape and stick them all over the back of the system, because the game didn't save them. Whenever I played Pokemon with my friends, they used to ask why I had tape all over the back of my Game Boy.

>> No.3191374

I would.

>> No.3191381

We have dude here in their 40s. He's one idiot who yells about 90s shitbabbies.

>> No.3191383

That's an original II/II+. Also...

>Apple II

You must be 18 to use this website.

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>> No.3191407

>go to Google Images
>type 1980 arcade games to search pics of ones that specifically came out that year
>Google for some reason interprets this as "1980s arcade games" and gives me a bunch of completely random pics from different years

Why u do dis.

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>that doggie is probably dead by now

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My web browser is fucking haunted

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Holy shit, so she always had that V-shaped hairline!

I thought she was balding cuz of steroids or some shit like that but NO

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It's like you've never seen the episode of Married with Children where Milla was the new foreign exchange student who was way more popular than Kelly

>look it up
>it aired in 1989

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>> No.3192367

kek you're right I never did, I'm an 80's kid so I watched dat 90210 and MMPR.

Might check it out just for some super early Milla goodness.

>> No.3192392

>V-shaped hairline!

It's called a widow's peak, if you were curious.

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I don't usually say this but HNNNNNNG!!

>> No.3192436

I'm 40 but I concede the kid in that pic is older and knows more about Apple IIs than I do.

>> No.3192449 [DELETED] 

Google images is just getting shittier over time..

And don't even bother looking up anything political

>> No.3192518

Try using mobygames.

>> No.3192836

>You damn kids stop playing that thing! MASH is gonna be on in a few minutes!

>> No.3192851


this pic is so hot to me.

>> No.3193518 [DELETED] 

Its a great ass

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I like the idea of this thread. Excuse the bong in the picture, I really like this picture regardless.

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>> No.3193532

tfw no stoner gamer gurlfriend

>> No.3193557
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One of my dad's old marine buddies

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Some of my dad's old friends.

>> No.3193565
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>google images

>> No.3193584

what the hell is a period shot?

is that milla j?

>> No.3193586

What game is that?

>> No.3193592

It's not as good as you might think it is. She is a total wasteman, pretty much ignores me 60% of the time. Also plays too much goddamn vidya.

>> No.3193620

That guy in the red jumper on the right! kek!

>> No.3193624

What a stinky looking shithole. Ew 2bh

>> No.3193629

She's supposed to be a junior or something in that scene iirc. When they revealed her all he audience starting whooping like she's hot etc (which she obviously was). That would literally never happen nowadays.

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>> No.3193685

That's how the carpet was. If you rub your hand on it, it makes it either lighter or darker. I'm sure there's a name for it.

>> No.3193686

What controller is he using?

>tfw that cat is dead :/

>> No.3193713

could be an arkanoid controller

>> No.3193728
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>> No.3193737

Holy shit, it's Snot from American dad!

>> No.3193743

You have no idea what the fuck candid means do you?

>> No.3193854

I have a picture of me and my brother playing GTA 1 on PC somewhere. Will post it if I can find it.

>> No.3193868

>CRT is standing on 2 vhs cases
>everything is retro and dandy

>that PC tower in the background anno circa 2003
Immersion ruined brb drowning myself in a tub of Crystal Pepsi.

>> No.3193885

man they must have been fucking loaded to have a channel f

>> No.3194750

>that tiny ass tv
Struggle is real

>> No.3194761

I remember this one

>> No.3195247
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>under 30 detected

>> No.3195257

did people this old actually play videogames back then instead of bitching about how the previous generation ones were so much better?

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I don't recall exactly when it was taken but this is me going maximum 80s.

>> No.3195276

It was more of a "the arcade is so much better" attitude at that time, althogh the NES was a huge step forward and offered some pretty damn good arcade ports even of mid-80s games.

>> No.3195279

This picture is solid gold from the knees up you should crop it lol.

>> No.3195280
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euskal party 3 - 1995

>> No.3195284

>implying girls haven't been playing games all along
Seriously. The person who first bought and played video games in my house was my mother. And we're not talking underage b& here. This is a thing that happened in the early 80s, and she's certainly not the only one.

I'll grant you that the industry has always been shit at marketing outside their core demographic of sex-crazed teenaged nerds and manchildren, though.

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euskal party 5 - 1997
at 0:40 theres footage from the 3D animation competition
3:10 is the floppy disk throwing competition
3:50 the basque part of the video starts (unintelligible)

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39 years old.

>> No.3195331

you didn't post where it says he is playing zelda

>> No.3195336
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>we will never get these days back
>kids will never get to experience these days
>fucking consoles

>> No.3195348

>more than half of the identifiable cabs are Street Fighter 2

>> No.3195358

>mfw never had any arcade in my area
>closest thing was "cibers" with lan games
>even those are closing and the ones open only have MOBAshits gamers or literal 14 year olds on call of duty

>> No.3195379

theres an indoor theme park near me that has a pretty nice arcade and it can look like this especially on the weekends.

>> No.3195380

dude, it was west coast SF2 fighting tournaments
you just had to have been there

>> No.3195390

Hey yall,

Here is a video of me visiting 2 arcades when I was a kid.

My mother is Colombian, she moved to Canada and was making a tape to send to her family.

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Holy shit, I think I had this shirt.

Anyways, here's a picture of me shitposting circa 1998 while listening to CD's. The flashlights were part of your typical science fair project (which batteries would last longest).

>> No.3195398

you are so happy on the vid :) im glad you had a good mother
i know another Colombian guy from Canada too but hes pretty young and barely speaks spanish wich is sad.thanks for sharing the video

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>> No.3195404


Did you take this? Those look like UCF Libra residence halls.

>> No.3195406

those fightsticks look half decent actually
i wonder what games they have

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And here is me a few years earlier playing NES.

>> No.3195419

>Blood masturbation.
Hadn't heard about that one.

>> No.3195420

I used to do 2-player just because it meant I technically spent half as much time on the start screen, not to mention I could essentially do two different playthroughs at once.

>> No.3195424


>> No.3195427


>this picture screams the 90's

I love it and miss it all at the same time.

>> No.3195429

what game is he playing?

>> No.3195430

Survival Kids

>> No.3195431

That's it I know who I'm voting for

>> No.3195436

Fucking disgusting. Please keep your addictions out of my hobby, thanks.

>> No.3195439

it's like the beginning of some white boi dance moves

>> No.3195453

How did lines work in arcades anyway? Did people really put their quarters on the panel/against the bezel?

>> No.3195459

I remember people just putting them into the game and there was usually a self regulated thing going on. When I went to bigger cities they did the quarter on the panel thing.

>> No.3195462

this is reality right here

I remember in dorms everyone looked at you like you were jesus if you had a big TV

>> No.3195463


Yeah, a quarter on the bezel meant "I got next."

On multiplayer games you'd put your quarter above the player you intended to take. eg: "I got Raph next."

I guess multiple people could line up quarters if there's more than one person waiting for a given game/player but I never really saw that happen. People would sooner go play another game than queue up behind more than one person.

>> No.3195471

see that's what I was thinking, whenever I go to this one crowded barcade and I see a game I want is occupied, I just go play something else.

Granted that's also a freeplay everywhere place, my point is I would expect people to just steal the quarter(s). Though I guess in a big line that could mean getting beaten up by 4-5 guys.

>> No.3195472


It also helped that lineups were the bane of operators. It meant more people in your arcade standing around NOT giving you money. If that was happening you can bet the operator would rotate games to fix that problem as quickly as possible.

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Oh they queued up. The coin racking is something that was inherited from bar games like pool, foosball and darts.

>> No.3195480

And you're proud of that? Jesus Christ. Pathetic.

>> No.3195481

>Though I guess in a big line that could mean getting beaten up by 4-5 guys.

Dude even people at other games would come over and fuck you up for being a shithead, and that's assuming the staff didn't get to you first and throw you out.

>> No.3195493
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Never touched that thing in my life. I just like the picture.

>> No.3195496


Hell, my local arcade had this guy who worked as a bouncer playing there. He threw some shitter out on his face one day and the owner gave him like a week's worth of tokens for stepping in.

>> No.3195501

Man once in a while those M-16 Super Scopes pop up and they sell for a bundle.

>> No.3195516

yeah, but people stacked up were ALWAYS popping 25 cents into SF or MK or a konami beat'em up. they'd NEVER rotate those out

>> No.3195564


No. What they'd do is rotate out the ones that aren't being played and rotate in more of those.

>> No.3195589


>> No.3195595

This is my favorite picture on the internet.

>> No.3195625

I had that blanket.

>> No.3195630
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>Hello, Skynet?
>Listen, I know we said wipe out humanity, but can that wait a few years?
>No, it's no problem, it's just that things are so intense right now and we're about to beat the boss...
>Yeah, 1997 sounds great!

>> No.3195667

should have used an RPG for that picture

>> No.3195673


Anon, I'm not sure how to tell you this...

>> No.3195701

If you're playing old as fuck videogames and you're not high wtf are you even doing bro

>> No.3195709

enjoying games, regardless of their age?

>> No.3195817

That's how it was at the time.

>> No.3195818

Glargh, that was a lot hotter before I clicked on it.

>> No.3195830


I like to dress up to play video games.

>> No.3195832

Cloak & Dagger

>> No.3195835

What world has this become where all traditional arcade controls are called 'fightsticks'?

>> No.3195840


>Booger detected

>> No.3195851

When The Simpsons arcade came out, the machine was a mob-scene for several weeks at my movie theatre, with a crowd around it. People would just stand behind the players more or less in-line, and wait for people to run out of quarters. The sheer number of players meant that the game would be played until completion and the defeat of the final boss, then repeat through to completion, then again, then again...

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>> No.3196085

They're totally MAME rigs, I'm sure they've got a handful of games at least.

>> No.3196087

Fuckin' narc.

>> No.3196119

>bitch why are you playing luigi there's no other person in the room

>> No.3196127

Fucking power stance

>> No.3196203

Best thread on /vr/ right now.

>> No.3196207

My guess is that the photographer got the game started and was Mario then he tossed his controller over her leg for her to play both while he grabbed his camera.

>> No.3196240

You can go back to >>>/v/ and shitpost with the lonely preteens anytime if that's what you prefer, m8

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>> No.3196267

What a fucking time to be alive. I wish I could play Space Invaders all nite in a victorian era building.

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>> No.3196269

saved lol
>dat halfshirt

>> No.3196271

to me arcades are entirely fictional places. When their time was, I was in the wrong place, and now they're largely gone

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Not him, but did you just stop watching new stuff when you got older? Seems like an odd thing to do.

>> No.3196273

Next party I throw it's going to be early 80s dress code

>> No.3196278

Invite me anon, that's basically how I dress anyway.

>> No.3196281
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No - but I'm old enough to know that Snot and Toshi are modeled on Booger and Takashi from Revenge of the Nerds and that Snot is actually voiced by Curtis Armstrong.

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everyone will just show up with exaggerated neon and fluor colors and other "I love 80s!" stuff bought at Hot Topic, people don't know what the 80s really looked like, the imagery of the 80s we have today is more connected to stuff like comics and cartoons rather than the real world and society in the 80s.

>> No.3196283

>mmmm yeah grab my ass baby, your so fine in that sexy shirt
>yeah, check out these two fine-ass bitches, they're all mine you fucking nerds
>i love it when you grab my ass baby, let's get out of here so we can fuck

>I do hope they leave. I wish to play Pac-Man in peace.

>> No.3196286

All I know is that barefoot guy in those gym shorts and sleeveless tee is there to fuck bitches

>> No.3196292

now remember that what you said is true for absolutely every other decade of the last century, and even the first one in this century. And it not only affects stuff like fashion, but also gaming. No matter how much we try, or how much respect we have for these games, we'll never be able to see them in the same light people of their era saw them. Even if we lived in that era, everything else changed.
Thorough research and dress-up is all we're left with.

Also, Martin still looks the fucking same, it's uncanny

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>> No.3196301

pinball machines were larger in the past due to machining tolerances and the size of the circuitry. Nowadays it's all integrated, and the machines are about the size of an ipod

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He looks older now, but he's still rocking that curly mohawk.

>> No.3196303
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Find a more fly photo of pinball machines. I dare you.

>> No.3196304

same mohawk, same eyes, same teeth. Sure, same person, but still. Dave changed quite a bit in comparison

>> No.3196317
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That's not even close to a stardard size machine though. That's Hercules, the largest pinball machine ever produced.

>> No.3196325

that's what you youngins think. Most of the large machines don't exist anymore because they were destroyed when pinball was declared illegal in Chicago in 1979. The makers of Hercules just realized quickly enough what's up and hid the machines under O'Hare until the scare was over

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>> No.3196339

Are you pretending to be stupid? 1986 was the year the photo was taken, not his birth year. He's a year younger than Milla.

>> No.3196356

Sorry if I wasn't being clear. When people were playing the NES there wasn't really much sentiment that "Man Atari was so much better" since it wasn't lack of imagination that was holding games back it was real hardware limitations. Some people like my dad felt "Atari is just as good" but nobody made arguments that it was better.

However, I personally did switch over to Atari once in a while to play a few games that I liked that weren't available on NES. Ghostbusters being the number one. It was available on Master System but I didn't know that and I didn't have a Master System anyway when I was still going back. I also played trackball games since NES didn't have one and I would play some paddle games notably Warlords when I would have slumber parties and people didn't want to take turns on the NES.

>> No.3196361

>Finding a more fly photo

I...I can't!

>> No.3196372

In my country, boys and girls both played video games about equally. Home consoles outside of Megadrive and, eventually, Playstation weren't popular at all, but arcades were packed with boys and girls playing in about equal number. The difference I noticed, even as a kid, was that girls tended to prefer cute-em-ups, maze chase and puzzle games more than boys did, though there was no shortage of girls playing Centipede, Galaga and Commando just as there wasn't with boys playing Mappy, Liquid Kids and Snow Bros.

I read, however, that the reason that video games skewed so drastically towards boys is because of how toy stores in the US were organised at the time. As I've heard it, when console gaming first arrived on American shores, toy stores were segregated, one half for boys, another for girls, a third for bikes and creative play (blocks/Lego, toy instruments and art toys like Spirograph and Etch-a-Sketch) and the last for infants and toddlers. Edutainment hadn't yet poisoned children's toys.

Toys R Us, Kiddie City and KB Toys, the three largest toy store chains in the US at the time, were trying to figure out where to put console gaming: it's not a bike or creative toy and it's not for infants, so it must be for one gender or the other, right? I mean... girls don't play with action figures and boys don't play with fashion dolls, right? Boys and girls clearly can't have the same toys... what do we do?! Well, lets cram it in the boy's aisles and hope it sticks.

And it did.

If you look at it, early video games weren't at all marketed or geared towards specific gender. That didn't start until the later mid 80s, even if by the early 80s, protagonists in video games were obviously male.

If you gimme some time, I'll try to find the source for that. I read it last summer and I might be able to refind that article.

>> No.3196376

>If you gimme some time
no, post it immediately or your point is invalid

>> No.3196380

Video games were in the front or center of the toy stores behind a counter in the US in the 80s at least at every toy store I went to. At Toys R Us I believe they were right next to the bikes.

>> No.3196416

Atari 2600 was loved even after the NES came out. It was even brought back and put on sale again in the late 80s. It did better against the NES than Atari 7800 did lol.

>> No.3196423
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Ah... makes sense then. It has been too long since I saw that movie to make the connection.

Have another pic

>> No.3196425

moon war indeed, damn

>> No.3196476

>Toys R Us, Kiddie City and KB Toys, the three largest toy store chains in the US at the time, were trying to figure out where to put console gaming: it's not a bike or creative toy and it's not for infants, so it must be for one gender or the other, right? I mean... girls don't play with action figures and boys don't play with fashion dolls, right? Boys and girls clearly can't have the same toys... what do we do?! Well, lets cram it in the boy's aisles and hope it sticks.
>And it did.

Grossly inaccurate. Video games were literally locked behind glass behind check out counters at both toy stores and department stores. You could not go in a retail store in America in the 80s and pick a game off a shelf because they weren't on shelves.

>> No.3196491

What blows my mind is that there are "nerds" right now that have not even seen Revenge of the Nerds. What a world. Anyway I've got those promo pics from arcade posters coming out my ass and I also collected quite a few new-school internet-tier porn shoots done with /vr/ stuff. I'm sure there's way more to be found now.

I'm much more interested in stuff like >>3196268, >>3196261 and >>3196259. Where did these pics come from? Keep them coming.

>>3193560 >>3186543 >>3186258 >>3193557 >>3190389 >>3189380 >>3195275 >>3195264 >>3193728 are all great too

This video in particular is just adorable. I wish there was a video somewhere of a kid at that age in an arcade more in the late 80s when I was that age but it's still nostalgia city.

>> No.3196969

Okay, so the TV was made in the early 90's, what about the STAND, dumb fuck? Jesus CHRIST, you come on a fucking message board and don't even know how to read.

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>> No.3196982

It's 1989, Numbnuts. That's a documented pic of a celebrity.

>> No.3197101

Sorry. Back. Went out to do things. The reason I couldn't reply immediately was because I was just about to go out when I typed that up earlier.
Anyway, I can't find the original article (which is just as well as it was in French anyway), but I found two English ones that speak to women's involvement in early video games, both playing and designing.

I'm trying to find one that supports my toy store claim, but I'm having difficulty. The French one, if I can find it again, said that in the US, you had your famous video game crash. From the ashes, Nintendo emerged. Nintendo didn't want to sell the NES in toy stores at first but department stores. They ran a mock-up or something of how sales would go if they sold them in the electronics section v the toy section and found the toy section would have been more profitable. Thereafter, toy stores had to decide where to put the games, boy or girl, and Nintendo's marketing department decided to market heavily to boys, so that's where they went.
If sometime after that, the games were relocated to a separate video game department behind a glass case, I can't say. I was not in the US at the time and I can tell you only what I read in the article. Gimme a bit of time to find the info, please.

>> No.3197163

Americans have told you explicitly that games were NOT sold on shelves, but behind check out counters. There's no need to bother with the article.

>> No.3197231

I found one! An English language article that discusses a lot of the points I made, though the details differ slightly. I'm not sure if it's that the article I read last summer made different points or I simply misremembered, but this article covers a great deal of the same stuff as what I read back then:


If you don't want to read the whole article (though you really should), just ctrl+f Nintendo, it should come up to a point where they start to discuss toy aisles and marketing to boys and so on.

That's nice, Anon. :-)

>> No.3197256

>being this young
when nes was launched, it was put in a glass case in the boy section while the girl stuff was at the completely opposite end of the store, near the sidewalk chalk and lisa frank stickers, so yeah video games were in the boy section, kiddo, and the only stores that had it at the checkout were video game stores like funcoland and babbages but those sorts of stores werent really a thing until the 90s

>> No.3197274

This looks like the arcade at Cedar Point, the only place I've ever seen Hercules

>> No.3197281

Vince's hair is so vibrant ~

>> No.3197310

It definitely is Cedar Point

>> No.3197314

Circus World and Kay Bee both had the video games behind the cash wrap in the front.

>> No.3197418

That one is sadly in a bit disrepair like most of the machines there. It's great to see so many classics but it's hurtful to see them not being kept up.

>> No.3197427

Then make THAT your point, not "HURR DURR DA TRINITRON MANUEL SEZ"

>> No.3197472

Videogames have always been sold in the Electronics section of department stores they were never in the 'Boys' section you have no clue what you're talking about.

>> No.3197485

A picture of two dead American classics

>> No.3197591

mirin' dem shit-tier reading comprehension skills, bro

>> No.3197612

It's really only the stuff in the very very back that's real fucked up. I think they just don't have anybody that can do electro-mechanical maintenance on them. I always play Ghost House. So neat.

>> No.3197614


I can only hope these two are the same guy because if they are then he literally cannot grasp the English language.

>> No.3197634

Mine came with them.

>> No.3197687

As you did, I'm going to assume that they are from the same guy, yes. His reading comprehension is likely the worst I've ever encountered and I teach public school in Alabama.

>> No.3197768

I spec' he's a furriner

>> No.3197790
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Still have this SNES.

>> No.3197841

Wow you fuckers are an autistic bunch apparently responding to a post without reading the rest of the thread means you have poor reading comprehension, no I just never read your post to begin with and >>3197427
isn't me so you can stop pretending to be smart now.

>> No.3197845

>when nes was launched, it was put in a glass case in the boy section

This is not true. The NES was in the front of the store behind a special check out counter that was surrounded in glass. It was not sold on shelves at Toys R Us. PERIOD.

The article is sjw garbage trying to rewrite history in a horribly failed attempt to justify their garbage propaganda.

>> No.3197853

It wasn't just Toys R Us either. EVERY toy store in America used the same thing. This guy: >>3197314 is correct. As is this poster: >>3197472

>> No.3198307

Are those Handerpants?

>> No.3198310

>vagina shirt

>> No.3198325

As I recall, by the late 80s at Toys R US the video games were in a totally different section near the front, with paper tickets below each game. You would take the paper ticket to the register and pay for the game, then go claim it at the pick-up window. The pick-up window which before would be have been used for oversize items, bags of play sand, etc.

>> No.3198329

It would have been awesome if the USA and Soviet Union had a moon war. Unfortunately this was precluded by the UN lunar treaty, where all nations agreed not to make any territorial claims on the moon.
Same as for Antarctica...

>> No.3198589

>admits to not reading posts he responds to
>yet everyone else is a retard but him

>correctly stating that females like playing video games is propaganda
kekkier than kek
how is that propaganda? you know that 60% of people who play games regularly are women, right?
>b-but... thats shit like animal crossing and phone stuff!! those arent REAL games!!! theyre for casuals!!!
take your /v/-tier ideas of what is and isnt a game back to where you came from, kiddo

>the ticket system invalidates reality because i said!!!
kekkiest of keks to ever kek
you got the tickets in the aisle with the games display which was right near the he-man and tmnt shit and boys bikes then you bring it up front to pay and they hand it to you from behind the counter. the display for games was still in the boys section even if the games themselves were up front
you dont walk up to the counter and hold up the line of other customers while you decide which game to get as moms reward for doing well on your report card. no.
you walk to the display case in the boys section of the store, pick your game, get your ticket and take it up front to pay.

>> No.3198631

I remember when Nintendo turned up in kmart they had their own section with posters and games and machines even now video games have their own section in the electronics dept in most stores. I don't understand were the idea that video games were placed in the boys section come from because I was a kid when Nintendo become huge and again never in boys section

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>> No.3198649

never seen this ever maybe at stores were you lived but to this day video games and machines were in the glass cases at the front counter at most dept. stores and usually and ill say this slowly for you in the electronic section of the store. yes Nintendo was set up in or near the toy section but it was corned of fro the boys and girls section . if you done your research it was a marketing strategy Nintendo created when they entered the western market

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>> No.3198707

ever wonder what happens to all your eWaste?

>> No.3198709

trumps stubby fat fingers cant into handheld gaming. plus all the hardware is made by "chinks"

>> No.3198719

But department stores aren't the same thing as toy stores.
They had video game sections at department stores, sure (I remember at Caldor, it was between the jewelry and electronics departments while at Sears and Kmart, it was a sectioned off corner of the electronics department), but at toy stores, they had a video games section right by the boy's aisles with a ticket system, as described above, kinda like how BJ's has now.

You get a ticket with a number on it (or a pad and golf pencil for you to write down the number yourself) and pay for it, then they hand it to you at a little section just beyond the check out.

At least that's how it worked in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Georgia.

>> No.3198840


Man you just gave me some feels.

>> No.3198868

That happened in Canada, but not till later. I remember buying Genesis games off the shelf that was just in a section near the board games. But by PS1 era it had it's own closed off section with the ticket system.

>> No.3198869

Holy shit, I had those TMNT bedsheets, too. I kept them well until I was in high school.

That comforter was fuzzy as FUCK.

>> No.3198984

That looks like a pinball game, I almost thought it was Night Mission, but it can't be. Now I'm scratching my head as to what game that is.

>> No.3199245

Man both of their Star Wars Trilogy games have been in need of a new monitor for a few years, it's depressing :( there's so much burn in I can't see what the hell I'm doing.

>> No.3199335

Those stupid Star Wars Trilogy machines leave that MAX WHITE Star Wars logo up for so long I think as a tribute to the original vector game that they have the worst burn in I've seen since the days of one-screen games.

>> No.3199338

anybody got photos of the damage?

>> No.3199379


>> No.3199601

I responded to this asshole: "The trinitron log says otherwise -- the 3 dots logo was used until the early 90s.", so I'm not sure why you're roping me into any of this.

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krk speaker in the top left corner

>> No.3199652


>This is the largest TV in the free world.

>> No.3199703

I said you have a poor grasp of the English language as you seem not to know the difference between a logo and a manual and confuse "until" with "beginning in". Just sayin' maybe read a book once in a while.

I'd suggest you spend less time shitposting on 4chan but seeing as how you also seem not to know how to quote posts or greentext, I stick by my initial evaluation.

>> No.3199812

I'm going there this coming weekend, I'll take pics

>> No.3199829

is that Kim Jong Un?
is that Milla Jovovich?

>> No.3199834

KRK isn't the only company with yellow cones.

>> No.3200179

..... But when the TV is made has nothing to do with when the STAND IT IS SITTING ON was made.

>> No.3200180

At my local Sears, the videogames were in the back corner of the boys' clothing section, up until about 1999.

Toys 'R Us had a glass case-lined aisle just for games, but it was between the board games and the model trains/rocket kits, quite some distance away from the pink aisle with barbies and whatnot.

>> No.3200192

The stand was made in the 80s. The TV was made in the 80s. The magazine, the telephone, the cup of juice were all made in the 80s because the picture was taken in 1989.

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Nah it's only been 27 years I'm sure he's fine.

>> No.3200570

Vince isn't in that picture. Do you mean Alan? That picture looks like it's from '82 or '83.

>> No.3200575

The Redondo Beach Pier and Starcade at Disneyland had Hercules BITD. Golf N' Stuff in Norwalk, CA had one too.

>> No.3200659

Appropriate, that dog actually IS dead.

>> No.3200703

What episode is this?
me andy gf actually watch Three's Company pretty often.

>> No.3200741

shit i had a shirt and shorts just like that as a kid in the early 90s

nigga radical

>> No.3200993

Okay, now go alllllll the way back to the person who tried using the "Trinitron log" as an identifying source.

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I can't keep straight which of you is arguing what or if this is really all a misunderstanding from one guy using the word 'until'...

Anyways, these photos were actually taken in 1987 not 1989. They're pretty famous photos.

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same tv

>> No.3201268

So she's playing on a TV from 1984. What point is that supposed to make?

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Well then she must be a fucking time traveler considering that's the October 1988 issue of Lei magazine sitting on that table.

protip: don't take what you read on reddit as fact

>> No.3201285

He has a fetish for women who play games on TV's from 1984.

>> No.3201287

The TV is from the 90's you fucking pleb

>> No.3201290

No. It's not.

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THE INTERNET LIED TO ME! I thought even with her bone structure 12 was a little young. Meh. The arguing over when the TV is from is still pretty lame.


>> No.3201302

shes was probably a rich spoiled slut to have an tv with rgb input in the 80s.

>> No.3201305


What is up with /vr/ always trying to be as edgy as possible?

>> No.3201308

>What is up with 4chan always trying to be as edgy as possible?

>> No.3201309


>> No.3201312

Even if it had RGB inputs it wouldn't help with an rf/composite only NES

>slut shaming
Please. I love her but she's definitely a slut.

>> No.3201360

>Please. I love her but she's definitely a slut.

What do you even mean by that?

>> No.3201387

I mean that she's promiscuous. She has sex with lots of people. What don't you understand?

>> No.3201394

Based on what?

>> No.3201582

Based on her marrying her costar from dazed and confused at 16 years old then after her mom broke that up her running of to Europe with one rock and roll dude them moving in with another one all before she was 18. Then she was fixing her photographer before she started ducking the director of The Fifth Element then divorced him and got with some pretty dude who died in a car accident and that's just her /vr/ era official dick list. Again, there's really nothing inherently wrong with being a slut is just a lifestyle choice - one that's increasingly acceptable for women just as well as men especially famous ones

>> No.3202905

Learn to read, you stupid nigger. Fuck.

>> No.3202921


I get it. Nobody else did, but I got it.

>> No.3203537

Besides your point you made: yeah those TV's have RGB, I have a 20" version wired up for it. Meant for a computer of some sort at the time.

>> No.3203636

>post says something like "blah blah blah toy store blah"
> >>3197472, >>3198631 and >>3198649 fly into a 'tism tantrum: "that's not how department stores work!!!"

no one was talking about department stores. are you guys legitimately retarded? you know toy stores and department stores are two different things, right?

>> No.3203813

Yeah, it was a guy from another country trying to talk about how American toy stores were organized and sounding like a complete idiot over it.

Toys R Us did have boys and girls sections, but that wasn't it. Board games and puzzles already had separate sections as well and all the ones I went to in the early days that's where the games were. Not in the boys or girl's section.

Until this >>3196476 depending on the stores, sometime in the 8 and 16 bit era video games got their own section entirely.

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>> No.3204598

>guy says stuff about american toy stores
>says that his information is not firsthand, but from "an article [he] read"
>stuff he says is wrong
>logically, article must have been wrong
> >>3197472, >>3198631 and >>3198649 fly into a 'tism tantrum: "that's not how department stores work!!!"
>first guy never said anything about department stores
> >>3203813 says first guy is an idiot for being wrong about toy stores even though guy said 'well i don't know for sure, but i heard...' ie implying he's interested in learning more about the process
> >>3203813 doesn't say shit about the 'tists talking about department stores when that wasn't what was being talked about in the first place

youre just as stupid as the morons who cant tell the difference between a toy store and a department store

having a bad source doesnt make anyone an idiot unless they insist on the point, which he didnt. he even said 'hey, i have no idea how things actually were back then because i wasnt in america at the time and i know only what the article told me.' sounds pretty fucking reasonable to admit you dont know something while sharing what youve heard on the subject. it implies youre open to more information and want to hear more on the subject from those who know more, which is pretty far from idiotic, IMfuckingO

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>deconstructing 4chan style "no u" debating
I'm just going to post more vintage pics since this thread seems pretty golden

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Is Ralph Baer losing his mind? Was this picture taken in 1986 or yesterday? Prince is dead and this motherfucker is gonna live to be 200

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I may have to buy this guy's book

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Man were there ever bigger punks than 80s british punks?

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What is she playing?

Beat you to the punch

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Look at the joy of getting this turd
Children are so ignorant

>> No.3204674
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I'm going to open a US Super Potato. I swear to fucking God. Maybe on the OSU campus down a back alley in a shitty basement.

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>> No.3204698

>my feet hurt
>the game systems are too loud
>i wish i was at home, doing my homework

>> No.3204708


Good fucking luck.

Super Potato can't exist in North America. We don't have the interest and the population density. Not to mention the market is more for collectors. Japan's used game market kind of exists as like an extended rental where people frequently buy and sell games, which is how they kept the prices low for so long.

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>> No.3204715

That was pretty much the height.

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I dunno OSU is pretty dense and has the kind of clientele that are looking to have intensely trendy fun while spending exactly their budget every week on it. It would mainly about making the jump from memes to reality... and flagrantly stealing all the signage and everything from actual Super Potato without paying them one thin dime.

Come do something about it fucking nips

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So is it the greatest 80s youth culture? Or was it the original nerds, building up to the 90s?

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>> No.3204785

More photos of people in the 70s playing Atari please.

>> No.3204797

Pink Gorilla in Seattle is kinda close to an American super potato but it's got 3 seperate locations. If they were all together it'd be pretty huge. They were even going to build a throne out of famicom games but they never finished it. Right now its just holding a steel battalion controller.

>> No.3204840

60s British punks.

>> No.3204861

These are great!

>> No.3204905

Is there such a thing?

I don't know much, but I was under the impression that punk was a 70s reaction to the once idealistic music of the 60s turned into what was perceived as crass and commercialised (to the point where the entire countercultural aesthetic was coopted in popular fashion and Coca Cola adverts).

Have I got that wrong?

>> No.3204960

Alternatively they were doing two-player solo. You technically see the menu only half as often, so it is slightly more efficient.

>> No.3204981

It's true, I used to smuggle little Mexican kids over the border inside of Hercules machines. Nowadays we couldn't even hope to get a chinchilla in these tiny modern things.

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my sister trying to play Batman and Robin (Genesis) c. 1995

>> No.3204997

This, I can't go to cedar pointe anymore because the arcade is so depressing. If not for OutRun 2 I don't know what I would have done last I was there.

That was years ago too, I can't imagine how much worse it is now.

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>> No.3205005

>Is there such a thing?
Sure, but their thing was really different from that garish 80s shit. A lot of what they did was more or less reclassified as "protopunk" as a way of reconciling the traditional punk sound from all the weird shit they were doing in the 60s that is hard to classify.

What you have to understand is that people had a hard time discerning rock music from anything that wasn't the standard verse-verse-chorus-verse-chorus-chorus layout of rock in the early part of the 60s. It's easy to look back and say "Oh, those guys were psychedelics, those guys were prog, and those guys were mod rockers, etc." But the sounds they put out are directly traceable as the influences that informed the (sort of) classic punk setup and sound, although by the time the 80s punks took over, they thought that having musical talent and good writing were hallmarks of squares and that stage presence was everything.

As for Britain specifically, you've got guys like The Troggs, The Social Deviants, and even very early (VERY early) The Who.

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>you'll never be able to go back to when third strike was new

>> No.3205014

KOF probably

>> No.3205023

this is so fresh

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>> No.3205032

>Those guys on vector football
>Dat tight short sleeve over long sleeve
>Dat quilted jacket
>Dat shaggy hair
Could easily be time travelers from 2006

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>> No.3205053

That guy's clearly the least hardcore of the group
>almost pegged jeans
>digital wristwatch
>sleeved, less than skin tight tee

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Polaroid of me playing NES in the early 90s. I'd clean my room, but there's a minefield of legos on the floor.

>> No.3205084

>The Who
I don't know, you tell me.
The name of the group.
The last group you mentioned.
The group with early stuff you said was kinda punk.
You're starting to sound like an owl, Anon.
>Who is the group!
That's what I'm askin' ya; who is the group?
>That's what I said!
You said who?
>I sure did.
So tell me the name.
The name of the group.
The last group you mentioned.
The name of the group with the punkish early stuff!
You're doing that owl thing again, Anon!
>I'm not! I'm telling you Who is the group!
So tell me.
The name of the group.
That last group you mentioned!!
That's what I'm asking you!
>And I'm telling you the answer.
Wait, Anon, let's start over. Is there a band you mentioned?
Does the band have a name?
Do you know the name of the band?
Then tell me the name of the band.
The name of the band!
The last fucking one you mentioned!!
That's what I want to know!
>I'm telling you!
Who is on stage?!
Who is?
Oh. So the name of the band is Yes.
>No, Anon. Yes isn't even relevant here
Then who is the band you were talking about!
Who is?
That's just what I said, Yes is the group!
>No, Yes isn't it! Who is!
Whaddya askin' me for?
>I'm not!
Wait, let's try this again. Do you remember when you mentioned the band?
>I didn't mention The Band, that's a different group entirely.
You said the band was kinda punk early on.
>No I don't.
Get rid of that shit in your rmemory and think!Remember? Remember the band?
>No, that wasn't The Band. The Band isn't punk at all. Who's the group.
You tell me.
The name of the group you talked about!
The name of the group!
The group with punkish roots!
The band!
>No, The Band isn't it at all! I was talking about Who.
That's what I wanna know!!

>> No.3205086

It'd be cool to have an arcade with a similar style to this. Every threshold leads to a different decade.

>> No.3205091

These are pretty damn cool. I'd kill to have the clothing and accessories these two have.

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>just nintenyearold my shit up senpai

>> No.3205120

Less your decade-per-threshold idea, there was an arcade that looked pretty similar to that when I first moved to the area I live in now. It was called Spaceport. They closed a few years after. Rumour had it that the place was actually a front for a Chinese drug ring and it was closed due to a DEA sting which is a shame because it had a huge number of classic games into the 2000s and the only games that cost more than 50¢ US per play were the Bemani games and the competitive table games (air hockey, foosball etc).

I miss you, Spaceport.

>> No.3205128


I'd take the kid in the pink shirts getup, but the other one nah.

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God. Must smell like ASS in there. Dirty brown fuckers.

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>red hair
>sapphic interracial
>dem pants

The TV is for playing games. The small monitor is composite for writing & coding, since you get color fringes on the text with a TV.

Raster Blaster. The "Billy" in the corner is the primary giveaway.

>> No.3205696

Yeah, there was an arcade at my mall called Alladin's that was pretty fucking cool back in the day. They used to hold tourneys for fighting games (Tekken and Street Fighter were the ones I can remember). Sad thing is it shut down and got replaced by a GameStop. Feels bad, man.

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>> No.3205947


Maybe he had friends to play multiplayer with. Or, you know, maybe he just enjoyed video games and wasn't an old bastard posting on the internet about games he never plays.

>> No.3206003

These people are dead now.

>> No.3206006

The dog too. >>3185907

>> No.3206018

Only idiots on /tv/ think that a high hairline is an absolute sign of going bald.

>> No.3206087

Ohioan here, I've seen both across two toys'r'us. My local tru had always used the 'open shelves' but did at one point have stuff behind glass too. Then I've benen to a tru that only had glass-locked stuff.

Maybe preference of security, or maybe based on size of location? My local tru was pretty big and in a low-crime area.

>> No.3206231

>"This isnt even 30fps. And what the fuck is it with these filters?"

>> No.3206407


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More Milla

>> No.3206493

Her face is fine to me, her lack of anything that could be defined as breasts is a major turn off though.
She's also been married to Paul W.S. Anderson so, ya know, half the shit she's been in were due to that.

>> No.3206496

No one cares what you think about anything.

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Maybe a pic of her daugher playing a game, but haven't found any yet

>> No.3206503

enjoy your lack of breeding

>> No.3206709

on one hand it looks ghetto an poor as fuck, on the other they have arcade sticks and CRTs only. Fucking alpha.

>> No.3206730

I thought the bunny head was her tit
I'm disappointed

>> No.3206747

shit, me 2

>> No.3208178


We still have game arcades in South Africa

>> No.3208489

I haven't been to a shopping mall or bowling alley yet that didn't have an arcade. And they're usually looking about like that.

>> No.3208850

>shoes in the house

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>> No.3210126

This used to be the norm everywhere in the US. Taking your shoes off was something weird that the asian kid you knew did.

>> No.3211061


It's a weird thing that Americans do.

>> No.3211073

Kek'd. This is the essence of /vr/.

>> No.3211138
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>There will never be another SF Alpha or 3rd Strike

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>> No.3212702

Spot the Hillary shitposting SuperPAC

>> No.3212880

dat boi

>> No.3212914

I'd like to smell her ass.

>> No.3213007

>tfw trying to play a game and some guy comes over and starts grinding his junk all over it

I mean, Golden Axe is a good game, but not that good.

>> No.3213040

why? no one liked the game

everyone played Alpha 3 instead

>> No.3213071

This thread is making me feel sad.

>> No.3213074

usually i dont like 80s fashion

those. pants. man.

>> No.3213075

that's not 80s fashion

>> No.3213084

70s then?

>> No.3213860


>> No.3214027

Yes, and those are 70s era pinball machines. Another giveaway is the roller skates. Roller rinks hit a peak in the 70s.

>> No.3214437

They look like mine.

>> No.3214441

No she's 40 - as already established in this thread.

>> No.3214456

I would marry a girl who genuinely appreciated why F Zero X is the best racing game ever. I don't really smoke weed anymore but a girl who wasn't dead against it and liked the odd bong or space cake on the weekend would also be cool.

>> No.3214458

Aw she's adorable.

>> No.3214463

>F Zero X is the best racing game ever
Why do you idiots have to shit up every even just marginally related thread with your misguided arrogance

>> No.3214475

>It was even brought back and put on sale again in the late 80s.
I remember the ad

There was another verse but I forget it. Something about magic?

>> No.3214489


>> No.3214496


Literally in love.

>> No.3214497

> >>3211416

Literally a pedo.

>> No.3214503

Literally consecutive posts.

>> No.3214774

Because it's reminding me of a time that I'll never be able to experience again.

>> No.3214874
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>12 years old

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>> No.3215075

>tfw only born in '95 so none of my kid pictures are retro
i didn't start playing old shit until i was a contrarian 13 year old

>> No.3215121

Yesterday is yesterday. If we try to recapture it, we will only lose tomorrow.

>> No.3215648

This was one of the most autistic and creepy threads I have ever seen.

I'm leaving this board.

>> No.3216072

WTF are you talking about? Did you even post that in the correct thread?

>> No.3216129

> People born the year I graduated are old enough to drink
Makes me want to drink

>> No.3216179


What countries?

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>> No.3219710

a sjw wouldn't be calling you autistic

>> No.3219724

psychobillies not punks

>> No.3219735

>Maybe he had friends to play multiplayer with

>> No.3219856
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is that a young /vr/-tan? Rad.

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>> No.3221383

disgusting. kill it.

>> No.3221646


>> No.3221651

notice also the game is rad racer

>> No.3221662


what's it like having a double digit IQ?

>> No.3221667


>> No.3221715

Pretty good, measuring it in hexdecimal is a good mental exercise and saves time when typing it out.

>> No.3222681

Is that Bazinga in the background?!????

>> No.3223187


That's the deputy, numb nuts

>> No.3223204

Damn does this pic ever take me back to bein young.
>tv, console, carts, controllers all over the fucking floor
>bong flat out in the center of everything

>> No.3223219

SEVERELY underrated

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This thread is super interesting. Be more open-minded about this kinda' just, naysayers.

Oh my god

>> No.3223289

*just = junk

>> No.3223418

>you will never have a dad that loved you this much

>> No.3223573

lol it's Mr Roper (Norman Fell) not Mr Furley (Don Knotts)

>> No.3223632

shoes inside disgusting

>> No.3223647

hippie scum

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They did...in Battlezone! :v

A secret Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union over resources...in space, far removed from the public eye on Earth.

>> No.3224179


The title of this episode is "Furley vs. Furley". It most certainly is not Mr. Roper. The way the person is dressed was a big give away, with the scarf etc.

>> No.3224181


Thanks, didn't know that existed. I assume this is related to the Battlezone arcarde game? I always liked that one.

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>> No.3226220

Different games had different etiquette. For the most part, no one was going to bezel a quarter for a single player game. Co-op games a quarter on the bezel meant you got next when someone ran out of quarters. Fighting games were Winner stays loser pays style with coins lined up for a ways. I remember that the SF2 cabinet at the local arcade got so packed that they started using a signup sheet and the manager would call out the next player during the previous fight. That lasted up until champion edition came out. By then many of us were heading to the next town over's truck stop to practice the game, and the arcade back home was running regular weekend tournaments.

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>> No.3227459

And here we see a man playing video games with his can of beer.

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>> No.3228118

than can looks like Cactus Cooler to me

>> No.3228131

Now there's something I haven't seen in almost 30 years - an ON TV box.

>> No.3228145

They're called set-top boxes for a reason

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He's talking about that particular premium service box.

>> No.3228423

I sears. Not familiar with US customs, my bad. Just thought it was about set-top boxes not being on the top of the set anymore, due to lack of space

>> No.3228528

>Penn Jillette
into le trash it goes

>> No.3228626

It's wild how far tech has came. My grandpa told me about the first cable company in the town I grew up in and how they used to not give a shit and just ran lines wherever, often times hanging from branches and such. Apparently every now and then they would run in front of a satellite dish and either fuck up the satellite reception or add channels to the cable package.

>> No.3228686

>or add channels to the cable package.
It's sad when old man stories jump the shark

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>> No.3230368

You'd like my friend Lauren.

>> No.3230386

>all the boys working out to have legs nice enough for jorts and arms nice enough for sleeveless everything

What a time to have been alive.

>> No.3230396

Yeah. I can't remember the last time I wore jorts.

>> No.3230398

It actually does not look like they were working out very much at all

>> No.3230404

Back when fitness was the norm, not the exception. Nothing like the America of today.

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>> No.3231432

No dorknuts, not fucking suede.

>> No.3231449

A loving father would have spent the extra 45 minutes to PAINT THAT THING.

>> No.3231505

> that angle
> nes conveniently located to maximize the chances of accidentally stomping it
> blinds uncovered exactly where the sunlight would fuck with the screen

>> No.3231513

the reflection you see is not the reflection she sees

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>remarrying means you are a slut

>> No.3231930

>using a trip means you are unique

>> No.3232362

> hijab

Get your tumblr shit out of here please

>> No.3232383 [DELETED] 

>shit tier: posed/professional modern shots

Check that fat nigger though lol

No, it's the marrying someone she's not going to stay with forever that makes her a slut.

>> No.3232535

Yeah, that part was far fetched, but what's an old man story without a little static?

>> No.3232705

Heres the original training video for the Spaceport arcade from the early 80's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKBtQ6t9hbw

Amazing stuff, especially the instructions for dealing with unruly patrons. A different time...

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>> No.3232825

Back to your containment board, cancer:

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What the hell is this? Sauce?

>> No.3233418

It's American Horror Story: Hotel. The season with Lady Gaga.

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>slut shaming

>> No.3233493


Have you played GX?

>> No.3233501


shag carpeting

>> No.3233503


it must be hot as fuck in there. think about all the heat coming out of those energy inefficient computers

>> No.3233512

these are all desktops. CPUs with tiny coolers and GPUs with maybe a fan or two. These things produce considerably less heat than modern gaming machines

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This is a different one: a European girl playing breakout on a weird Euro mini machine.

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Did a 12 year old write this post? Pathetic.

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Can't handle bantz?

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>posting a Polygon link on /vr/

fuck off with your social justice bullshit, retard

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>> No.3238421

That looks really cool.

>> No.3238427

The weed is a turn off but I love the idea of a girl who genuinely appreciates F-Zero X, or any F-Zero game for that matter. Best racer ever, most plebs suck at it.

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>getting this triggered

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Apart from other posters here I could deal with the weed, but holding the controller like that is unforgivable.

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do you think she ever rode that one in the middle

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Is that donkey kong romhack?

>> No.3241098

mine isn't a retro gamer or a stoner. feelsbadman. She also hasn't been having sex anymore and hates that I collect old games instead of buying current gen.

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