Is Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves [NES] Worth Playing Today? – SNESdrunk

Snes Drunk gives us the nitty gritty on Robin Hood for NES is worth it? Watch and find out.

Nintendo 64 Major League Baseball starring Ken Griffey Jr. Australian Exclusive

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This week we have one of the final Australia exclusive N64 PAL releases I own. The game Major League Baseball starring Ken Griffey Jr. – It surprises me that it falls into the exclusive category. I don't even know if back in '98 baseball was really that popular in Australia. Any whoo this was one game that i'll admit I found hard to get into and play. I just don't understand the rules of baseball as it turns out. The key features of this title are that it does have the official licensing of players (not that I really know who they are – sorry baseball fans) and that you can play batting as arcade or classic. Pretty neat! Oh and the camera angles also are very good for an older sports game. Overall it's not for me but I like the fact that it's an exclusive game and very happy to own it. So anyone else like this game? After some research apparently it had a big fan base @Team1UpEm #MajorLeague #MajorLeagueBaseball #Baseball #NintendoCollector #Nintendo #N64 #Nintendo64 #Gamer #GamerGirl #GamerGuy #Collector #retrogamecollecting#retrocollective #retro #Rare #Consoles #gaming #videogames#gamersunite #GamersOfAus#gamersofinstagram #gamersoftheworld #Team1UpEm #RetroGamer #RetroGaming

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Nike x Playstation x Paul George Sneakers 

Paul George is getting a beautiful signature shoe this year by Nike in collaboration with Sony Playstation. The sneaker looks great and I assume will sell like gangbusters. 

These Games DESPERATELY Need HD Remasters – Game Sack

Game Sack shows off some games that need a remaster and honestly I couldn’t agree more with Dave’s choice of Jumping Flash one of my favorite games ever. 

RIP Bob Wakelin

Bob Wakelin legendary video game artist has passed away. Video game artists don’t get the spotlight they deserve but their art is truly timeless. Mr. Wakelin has made some incredibly iconic artwork for Ocean (he even created the logo) and for Infograms. Check some of his Iconic art after the break. Continue reading “RIP Bob Wakelin”

How a TV Works in Slow Motion (CRT/Flat)  – The Slow Mo Guys

The Slow Mo guys show us how tvs work and anyone who follows team1upem knows how much we love tvs! 

Aussie Rules Footy for the NES!

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In 1992 for the Nintendo Entertainment System developers Beam Software from Melbourne, Australia released the Aussie Rules Footy game. An exclusive to our PAL region (and Australia) the simulation game depicts in third person our Australian Rules Football #AussieRules. It's game play is pretty similar to the rules / moves of the actual real life game. Most of the teams you're able to select are still teams today but I am not sure if at that time there was a few thrown in like Darwin and Canberra. Overall this is a cool game that I am pretty happy with how it still stands up to the test of time. I do love a classic and I think this one has it in spades. Kicking it out of bounds on the full is also pretty funny. The voice over reminds me of my Uncle haha. @Team1UpEm I can't wait to see all the other International posts this week 👌 Remember to swipe to see the video 👉👈 #Team1UpEm #NES #Nintendo #NintendoCollector #RetroGamer #RetroGaming #Gaming #FunFact #GamerGirl #AustralianFootball #Football #Collector

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Ultraman: Towards the Future retrospective: Leave it in the past | Super NES Works #015

Jeremy Parrish revisits Ultraman a very Japanese and early snes game. 

Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back | The Completionist

The completionist is back with another episode of New Game Plus. This time he takes on Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back. 

Hyperkin’s Mega RetroN HD!?


As you may or may not know CES went down recently and Hyperkin got a ton of press on their Ultra Gameboy which we covered. Something that went under the radar was this little guy, Mega RetroN HD confirmed by Hyperkin on Facebook with a unknown release date.

They also confirmed that the Mega RetroN HD will not be emulation but pure hardware baby! So that means the sound should be close to, if not spot on. I assume that also means better compatibility.