I have this - with the coin inside.

I have this - with the coin inside.

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SEGA!

SEGA!

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oldgamemags:

An advert for the computer version of Sega’s Space Harrier.

much as I love the arcade game - the home versions listed in that ad would do nothing but take you on a trip into the fuckin cross-eyed zone as you tried to make any sense of what was going on :p

Having said that, I did love my C= 64 version when I got it back then, but there was just no way a home computer at the time could compete with the sprite-scaling legends of hardware SEGA was producing at the time…

oldgamemags:

An advert for the computer version of Sega’s Space Harrier.

much as I love the arcade game - the home versions listed in that ad would do nothing but take you on a trip into the fuckin cross-eyed zone as you tried to make any sense of what was going on :p

Having said that, I did love my C= 64 version when I got it back then, but there was just no way a home computer at the time could compete with the sprite-scaling legends of hardware SEGA was producing at the time…

zeether:

Space Harrier (Sega, 1985)

“Welcome to the Fantasy Zone! Get Ready!”

Kitbashed RickDom (Space Harrier Version)
As a SEGA and Universal Century fan this pleases me greatly.
zeether:

Kitbashed version of the Dom from Space Harrier. Guess what Gunpla kit was used? 

Kitbashed RickDom (Space Harrier Version)

As a SEGA and Universal Century fan this pleases me greatly.

zeether:

Kitbashed version of the Dom from Space Harrier. Guess what Gunpla kit was used? 

goldenboyjp:

evangelion: 3.0 poster

goldenboyjp:

evangelion: 3.0 poster

SEGA Arcade Ad
Unfortunately nowadays this probably just means making the ‘pick up a teddybear with a metal claw’ machines… :’(

SEGA Arcade Ad

Unfortunately nowadays this probably just means making the ‘pick up a teddybear with a metal claw’ machines… :’(

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Out Run Music Selection

Out Run Music Selection


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Remember playing this loads on my cousin’s Atari 48k - frustrating as fuck…

But it is hard to truly convey how much amazement the isometric perspective filled me with at the time.

gameandgraphics:

Zaxxon arcade flyer. Sega, 1982.

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