Over the years, I have accumulated some very odd video game items in my collection. In this video, I showcase some of my more bizarre pieces that have mostly been forgotten leftovers, failed ideas, or complete misses in the game and media industry. I do always take donations. Below is a clip showcasing me opening up one of the Murder Mystery Discs.
The Nokia N-Gage was a failed cell phone / gaming handheld that crashed and burned with only 58 physical games released for it. However, there is a small but dedicated collecting community for it and The Immortal John Hancock happens to have a 100% complete N-Gage collection. Plus he also shows us some of the handheld variations, different packaging, game highlights, preview and press editions and even a very rare N-Gage demo kiosk used at Gamestop!
Asphalt Urban GT
Elder Scrolls Travels – Shadowkey
Pathway to Glory
Sega Rally Championship
Tony Hawk Pro Skater
Worms Wold Party
X-Men Legends II
John Hancock: Apologize for the tilted camera. This video was made to thank MetalJesusRocks for having me on as a guest, and for being one of the best retrogaming channels in the Northwest. MJR is a very genuine person, off the camera, and I have enjoyed being friends with him. I have been a guest on his channel for several videos, and look forward to being a guest on his channel even more. If you have not checked out his channel, the link is below, as well as a link to the videos i have been featured in. MJR also shares some lesser known information about how he joined Sierra and how we met.
William Morrow asks: Do you play any AtariAge homebrews, hacks, and or games reproductions? What is your opinion of these games? The Immortal John Hancock helps me answer this question by showing you some of his amazing boxed AtariAge 2600 and 7800 games!
Go to the Portland Retro Gaming Expo on Oct 17 & 18 for awesome retro games, arcades, pinball, live bands, auctions AND special guest speakers and panels…including MINE! I will be joined by Kinsey, Reggie & The Immortal John Hancock. Details here:
Take a rare look at our favorite vintage Atari 2600 boxes and cover art with The Immortal John Hancock & Metal Jesus Rocks.
Tanks but no Tanks
Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle
Does SHELF APPEAL factor into any of your game purchases, or do you stick to only games you plan on playing? Example: say you stumble across a bunch of mediocre or outright awful NES/cartridge games that you don’t have in your collection, but they’re priced dirt cheap. Do you buy ’em up, thinking that expanding your NES collection would look that much more awesome on display? – Eric Hubers
On this special episode of I Hate U, Drunken Master Paul, John Hancock & the Metal Jesus face payback, humiliation & a beer hangover while playing some of the best and WORST games ever made. The loser walks away with a special trophy of SHAME.