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Bioshock Infinite Comic Book Advert
Started playing this one last night, could not stop laughing after killing my first baddie and finding a pineapple in his pocket. What!?
Goof Troop Advert - SNES 
An absolute fantastic game, a favorite of mine when it comes to couch co-op, and the first game to be designed by Shinji Mikami AKA the creator Resident Evil.
Mighty Final Fight Advert - NES [July 1993]
Even though the NES system was incapable of faithfully recreating the action found in the arcade version of Final Fight (and to be honest, the SNES had issues with that too), CAPCOM ended up creating their own spin-off for the series. Mighty Final Fight was some sort of cartoonish remake of the original beat-em-up, but the game had several unique features like experience points, upgradable skills, and power-up items.
Very neat game that ended up being looked over due to it being released so close to the end of the lifecycle for the NES.
Dino Crisis Advert - Sony PlayStation [July 1999]
In another universe, Dino Crisis 6 was released this year. I think I’d much rather live there.
The NES 2 Advert [October 1993]
I never had the need to own one of these when they were in the stores originally but getting one on eBay years later was actually exciting as loved the redesigned look of the system and the controllers. I didn’t really need an NES system, but I used it to play through all the Mega Man games before selling the console to the mega-talented Party Time Hexcellent!.
You have to admit though, the doggie-bone controllers were pretty nifty.
Twelve Tales: Conker 64 Preview - Electronic Gaming Monthly #109 [August 1998]
There was a time where Conker was a cutesy squirrel that flew airplanes in Diddy Kong Racing (Nintendo 64) and saved his girlfriend in Conker’s Pocket Tales (Game Boy Color). However, the people at Rare had a change of heart somewhere along the way and completely redesigned the lovable furry animal into something with more of an edge, with more of a darker tone, with more…poop jokes.
This game would eventually be retooled into the excellent Conker’s Bad Fur Day, a title that had you search for a cure for the main characer’s massive hangover as part of the tutorial. Still, it’s absolutely amazing to see that Rare was sixty percent finished with making their original “disgustingly cute” concept into a video game.
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill Advert - Sony PlayStation [September 1998]
So many games that I missed out for the original PlayStation, absolutely no time to track them down and play them all.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Advert - Super Nintendo [August 1992]
Picking off a Foot Soldier and throwing him directly at the screen is one of the more memorable “Whoa!” moments I’ve ever had while gaming. Then to actually use that tactic to beat Shredder later on — insanity!
Konami were Gods of the beat-em-up genre. It’s a shame that these games are dead.
WWF RAW Advert -Xbox [February 2002]
This game has the distinction of being the first WWF licensed video game to show up on the Xbox console. Even if WWF RAW didn’t have the extensive features that the PlayStation’s WWF Smackdown series had, it did have the best looking graphics of any wrestling title at that time.
ECW Hardcore Revolution Advert [January 2000]