The Immortal John Hancock shows us the most rare & expensive Sega Saturn games for North America!
Mega Man X4
Magic Knight Rayearth
House of the Dead
Daytona USA Championship Net Link Edition
Shining Force III
Panzer Dragoon Saga
Collecting guide to the rare and expensive Nintendo GameCube games! The Immortal John Hancock shows us his amazing collection!
Go! Go! Hypergrind
Skies of Arcadia Legends
Legend of Zelda Collector’s Edition Promotional Disc
Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Two-Game Bonus Disc!
Legend of Zelda the Wind Waker (Sealed)
Star Wars Bounty Hunter (Cover variant
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II Plus
Game Boy Player start-up disc
Metroid Prime / Zelda Wind Waker COMBO
NCAA College Basketball 2K3
Disney Sports Basketball
Nightdive studios is releasing Forsaken Remastered for PC and Xbox One. Forsaken will offer many modern display and control options, online multiplayer, bonus content, as well as the extra features found in the N64 version. It is available to pre- order now on Xbox Live and will release July 31st, 2018 for $19.99. Also will be available on Steam and GOG.
The 2600 remains one of the most iconic and popular consoles that Atari ever made. What some may not realize is that many of the iconic games offered on the console were offered on the Atari 8 bit computer line as well. In many times, the classics were offered with more features, levels, and improved graphics. In this video, I take 5 classic games offered on both and show some of the differences.
The Challenger is another SNES clone console that allows you to play your classic SNES games on both a classic/modern TV set with AV and HDMI hookups. Priced at $49.99, includes two wired controllers, 4:3/16:9 aspect ratio switch, as well as a PAL/NTSC region switch. In this video, I do an unboxing, test various games, and give my thoughts on this how the console functions.
As I am slowly cleaning my main game room, I wanted to layout my completed US Dreamcast collection. I completed this years ago piece by piece, and buying all of it in person. What are you pursuing or collecting these days? Do you collect for the Dreamcast?
Atari just announced some details about when the Atari VCS. It will be available to preorder at the end of May, along with some earlybird bonuses to entice people to lay down their hard earned money. Can the return of Atari make an impact?