Club Nintendo was the best, except for the surveys...
A look at some spiffy repro carts
Kris loves Nintendo Power
A look at the super-cool packaging of the Kid Icarus franchise
The first cartridge-based system (in America) sure looks weird!
Thumb wrestling x Street Fighter
A lifelong goal, finally achieved
Are you ready for some (foam) football?
Master using it and you can have this!
Should it really be called "mini" if it's almost the same size?
Quite possibly the ugliest officially licensed Nintendo stuff ever
Let's get spooky with a burlap sack and a tool kit!
The emperor of puppet boxing
Because all video games should be exclusivey red
Who wants Skittles?
A children's book about video game characters?
Season 2 kicks of with some "awesome" DVDs
It's just like the Atari 2600, except smaller!
How many people's phones actually ARE Pac-man?
Remember Bubsy? He's back. In card form.
You see, the apples put them to sleep...
It's the only unlicensed game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It requires another cart to play. It's a bible game from Wisdom Tree. It's basically Wolfenstein 3D. What we have here is something so weird, it's hard to believe it's real. But it is. It really is.
Statue-esque legend of future alien
Kris shows off his super cool Commander Video statue from the Bit.trip series. It's stylish. It has a cape. It's amazing. It has one tragic flaw.
An adorable plush that's more than meets the eye
his mischievous monkey is clearly up to something. Just look at that face. Watch Kris tell the story of how he came into possession of such a delightful old piece of video game memorabilia, and watch in horror/delight at what this monkey can do with his hands!
What exactly does Mega Man smell like?
Honest to goodness novelizations of some of the biggest NES games. And Infiltrator.
The Game Boy's biggest competition. At least in screen size...
Take a gander at what are quite possibly the coolest calendars ever created.
Behold these stunning Chrono Trigger figures! Even Magus would approve!
In honor of the late, great Ralph Bear, Kirs celebrates one of his most prized posessions.
Back when the Game Boy Advance was celebrating the NES' anniversary, Nintendo gave retailers a special surprise.