www.team1upem.com presents Team 1-Up ‘Em Radio Episode 01
In this episode the Benny and Edd reassmble after an event in Denver. They talk about the latest Nintendo announcements, Labo, Mario Kart Mobile, Nintendo Online, The Super Mario Movie, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Edd doesn’t like Dr. Mario, Benny doesn’t like Rabbids and much more!
Our newest installation, in conjunction with SuperChief Gallery NY and Senpai Project: Hot Tub Time Machine. This event includes 5 hot tubs, thousands of retro and modern video games available for free play, three live bands, DJs and much more. Bands include, The Love Howl, The Manimals, Hannah Vs. The Many. Come join us for a great night of gaming, music and fun!
Pre-Order Now: Get $5 off admission HERE
HSV Adventure Racing was an Australian exclusive for the N64 console and released in 1999. This release of the game changes the original Beetle's (VW) with a very Aussie car the HSV Commodore <insert chant> Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie!! Game play is pretty fun and I think that the Nintendo 64 catalogue of racing games at the time was really strong. Always so many good ones to choose from. Anyone else agree? Hands up if you have a copy of this game? Mine I was lucky enough to purchase after I rented it so much from Blockbuster. Ripped label and all 😊 Every Wednesday I hope to bring more knowledge of exclusive games to Australia, updates on gaming news or releases set for Australian shores plus i'll be sharing interviews of other AWESOME Aussie gamers @Team1UpEm ____________________ #Team1UpEm #N64 #Nintendo64 #GamersOfTheWorld #Instagram #PicOfTheDay #N64 #Nintendo #NintendoCollector #HSV #Commodore #Gamer #instagramgamers #instagramgaming #gamersunite #girlswhogame #girlsthatgame
Exclusive to the Australian PAL market is the HSV Adventure Racing game. The title was released in 1999 for us Aussies and depicts our well known Commodore. The original release was for the VW Beetle that had recently had a revamp in 1998.
Super cool game to play if you haven’t already!
I recently picked up the new Big Fun Arcade Classics: Rampage. A Midway classic ported to mini cab and sold exclusively through Wal-Mart. This is a hacked version of the Data East port on the NES, it adds the extra player Ralph the Wolf. It has a nice LCD Screen which displays the game beautifully. The mold of the cab is made from blue plastic which makes it unique from the others in the collection. (more…)