72-Pins is selling old NES cartridges with stylized labels of popular new games. Each one costs $20 and make the perfect gift for the person who has everything. Literally, EVERYTHING. I'm talking spinning bow-ties and hoverboots. Alternatively, spend some time in Photoshop making your own label and slap that
sucker sticker on the NES cartridge you picked up at a yard sale. Theeeeeeen realize yours looks terrible and you just wasted two hours. Or -- OR -- do what you normally do -- absolutely nothing. "Haha -- I already am!" It shows, it really does.
Hit the jump for a bunch of different game options.
Thanks to Wilmersama, who makes cover art for old NES games and puts them in PS3 boxes at Gamestop. Is that like an installation piece or something?
Remember the NES bedding set from a couple months ago? Well now the makers are selling them on eBay, albeit expensively. Bidding starts at $350 with $55 shipping for a complete queen set. ICHIWAWA! As cool as they are, the pile of dirty clothes I sleep in is a lot more affo... / Continue →
Anybody seen my Power Glove? I can't perform without my Power Glove on. Whew, found it. Now -- I want you to pretend like I'm a game cartridge that won't play.
Two more shots of the "wait -- where are you going?!" after the jump.... / Continue →
Ed Fries (possibly of Mickey D's Fry Guys) went and made a playable version of Halo 2600, a throwback to what it would have been like to play Halo on the Atari 2600. Honestly, I couldn't tell the difference between this version and the one for the XBox, but maybe some of you h... / Continue →