vgjunk:

A new t-shirt design for today, featuring the two greatest fictional robots ever to be assembled from those special parts.You can get them here, won’t you? Thank you.

vgjunk:

A new t-shirt design for today, featuring the two greatest fictional robots ever to be assembled from those special parts.
You can get them here, won’t you? Thank you.

Everything’s 15% off at Redbubble this weekend if you use the code PORKY at checkout, so if you want a VGJunk product now’s as good a time as any! I even added a couple of new things: Pixel “I Want to Believe” posters and fake NES X-Files and Daria shirts. Other posters and prints are here and shirts are here. Remember - PORKY is the code.

thenostalgiacritic:

Credit goes to vgjunk

Licensed NES Games That Don’t Exist.

Apparently everything at Redbubble is 10% off this weekend if you use the code PLAYMUSIC, so if you want to buy a VGJunk shirt then hey, ten percent off! I promise I won’t spend any profits on scratchcards.

A new t-shirt design for today, featuring the two greatest fictional robots ever to be assembled from those special parts.You can get them here, won’t you? Thank you.

A new t-shirt design for today, featuring the two greatest fictional robots ever to be assembled from those special parts.
You can get them here, won’t you? Thank you.

vgjunk:

it8bit:

Sci-FI NES Games from a Parallel Dimension

ianbrooksWe were unfortunate enough to live through such horrible movie-licensed games like Robocop, Total Recall, and E.T. (or as we usually refer to it: That Game Which Shall Not Be Named), but perhaps somewhere in an alternate timeline where good things happened and people knew how to make good movie-based vidya gaemz, we could have had such instant classics like “They Live!” (with real 3D glasses action? Give me that) and MST3K (do you play the movie they’re watching, or just Press A to quip?)

(vgjunk/io9)

Hope you guys aren’t getting too fed up of seeing these, but it’s rare that I make something that I’m this happy with!

(holy moly lookit all them notes) 

it8bit:

Sci-FI NES Games from a Parallel Dimension

ianbrooksWe were unfortunate enough to live through such horrible movie-licensed games like Robocop, Total Recall, and E.T. (or as we usually refer to it: That Game Which Shall Not Be Named), but perhaps somewhere in an alternate timeline where good things happened and people knew how to make good movie-based vidya gaemz, we could have had such instant classics like “They Live!” (with real 3D glasses action? Give me that) and MST3K (do you play the movie they’re watching, or just Press A to quip?)

(vgjunk/io9)

Hope you guys aren’t getting too fed up of seeing these, but it’s rare that I make something that I’m this happy with!

(holy moly lookit all them notes) 

krakenstein:

Now give me the 8bit version of the theme and I am so cool with the Universe.
http://retrovania-vgjunk.blogspot.co.uk/
http://io9.com/5912881/buffy-the-vampire-slayer-they-live-and-other-science-fiction-nintendo-games-that-never-existed/gallery/1

That’s me that is.
wveedeat:

“Final Fantasy: Deep 13”

Ahahaha!

wveedeat:

“Final Fantasy: Deep 13”

Ahahaha!

Mystery Science Theater 3000 NES title screen that I made… wow, was it really a year ago? How time flies.More licensed NES games that don’t exist here and here.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 NES title screen that I made… wow, was it really a year ago? How time flies.
More licensed NES games that don’t exist here and here.