My Japanese Famicom collection is rather small, but I’ve managed to add two more scans of Dragon Quest II.
Here’s what I’ve managed to upload so far. Enjoy!
Stay on target…
Super Nintendo Super Scope 6
store hanging display
1583×1585 pixels, 3.09 MB
Merchandising products can be a great source of Nintendo-related artwork. I believe this one comes from Toys R Us.
While at it, why not checking out my own mock-up of Super Scope packaging?
Hi there, Title is self-explanatory. But please, don’t you get overexcited. It’s just one game. For now that is. I don’t own a NGPC & this scan was submitted by a friend of mine.
Added some scans to my NES section. They’re not the highest quality I usually expect but decided to upload them anyway since I don’t have any of them in my game collection:
As a headlining image, I decided to post Rad Racer’s cover. I love old box art because back then imagination could spur not just covers but art pieces of entirely of their own. No computer programs!
This one is by far one of the most beautiful covers for an NES game. Too bad I don’t know the name of the artist. I’d love to get in touch with them and ask few questions about the design process and what had influenced them. What was it like making covers back then?
This image is just so retro & nostalgic at the same time!
Remember, I’m always looking for contributors so please contact me if you have some scans to donate.
Super Nintendo CD-ROM prototype
You should know it by now. The entire gaming world is abuzz as history is in the making. Some people think it’s fake, but I’m keeping my hopes up! If you want to be part of history or an elaborate hoax you should read this, this and watch this:
Meanwhile, I’m gonna go & get my diaper changed! Yes, I’m shitting my pants, that’s how excited I am right now!
Shitty movie with a great poster. Nuff said. I’ve done my magic.
Original is B&W only, but I’ve added some red to spice it up. Download it here.