Nintendo Nostalgia: 1996 Toys R Us christmas ad

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3 years ago#1
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=504415

Ah, that brings it all back.
3 years ago#2
Icecreamdunwich posted...
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=504415

Ah, that brings it all back.


Totally.
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3 years ago#3
For some reason seeing the ad say that N64 had realistic graphics me me laugh a little.


Man how the times have passed.
3 years ago#4
One Christmas all my cousins and my brother got a Gameboy Color.... I did not because I had Pocket already. The manly tears never fell.

lol, seeing that N64 in the ad does fill me with a bit of remnant excitement. Those were the unalloyed console gaming days.
3 years ago#5
Thank you for this. Reminds me of a simpler time that I very much miss. *Tear
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3 years ago#6
Ah nostalgia...
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3 years ago#7
woaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah

If I could just travel back in time with a psp vita
3 years ago#8
Woah....that brung me back.......Jesus Christ
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3 years ago#9
From: Just-Saiyan | #003
For some reason seeing the ad say that N64 had realistic graphics me me laugh a little.


Man how the times have passed.


Yeah, it's funny how some people say "graphics never mattered!!!" yet we have ads like this for the N64, or the Genesis that said "HIGH DEFINITION GRAPHICS" right on the console. lol
3 years ago#10
Look at that, Street fighter alpha 2, for 70 dollars, or UMK 3
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