My favorite part of reading game magazines growing up was looking at all the cross-platform games and seeing the screen shots of the same game on different systems. So that's the idea here. I'm trying to do comparable systems -- i.e. Genesis and SNES, Game Gear and Game Boy -- and trying to keep them in the 8-bit and 16-bit worlds.
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retroxander:

Happy 20th Birthday to one of the greatest games to ever grace the Super Nintendo! It’s still as great today as it was 20 years ago.

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johnclaudielectronics:

Sharp Twin Famicom AN-505

johnclaudielectronics:

Sharp Twin Famicom AN-505

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granttakespictures:

8-Bit Arcade Bar, Renton, WA

These are blowing my mind.

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Oh… oh my…

That top-loading NES…

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tavaresandrewbaked:

tavaresandrew:

Found this while walking home from work one day.

Before Samus, it was Rorschach from the Watchmen comics. Wish I was able to take a picture of that too but it was dark and my current phone’s camera was too shitty. And then the next time I came past the area, it was painted over with Samus; in his place. 

Really love the artwork whomever’s doing it. I’ll try to take a picture of it each time it changes.

Also, look how much more badass and nerdy it looks with this Neon filter on from Picasa 3. It’s like a virtual boy game =p