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Meteor’s My Famicase Exhibition 2012

A gallery full of awesomely imaginative cartridges from fake Famicom (NES) games on for showcase in Tokyo. When it comes to looks, give the Nintendo Famicom any day of week. “Fami-whaaat? Dang it, what kooky nerd dribble are you rambling about this time, Bernie?” I’ll tell you dear reader. The Famicom, or...Continue Reading on Walyou
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