Wishing all of you a safe and happy holiday weekend! Relax, play some video games, and spend time with those you care about.
Stay tuned…TMNT goodness is on the way…
For the 1st time EVER, my work is in a (PRINT) magazine! This is truly an achievement I’ve been looking forward to for a loooong time. A big thanks to GamesMaster for the feature!
It’s the UK’s biggest gaming magazine, so if you happen to live there or have friends there, check it out!
Stay tuned…there are some really cool things going to happen in the near future!
The 20th Anniversary of Super Metroid (the USA release) is right around the corner, and I have some big plans to help celebrate. Up first, is a FREE copy of Super Metroid itself.
To ENTER TO WIN, simply head over to the Ad on my Facebook page, HERE, and then: 1.) Share it, and 2.) comment below the Ad so I know you shared it. That’s it!
The WINNER will be selected at random and announced on April 18th, 2014 (The 20th Anniversary itself).
Good luck, and stay tuned for more Metroid Anniversary Celebration news…
Growing up in the 80s, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made a huge impact on me. The cartoons, the movies, the games, the toys, the costumes, the clothing – they were everywhere, and they were awesome. If you grew up in that generation you were basically guaranteed to like something about them. Of all the memories I have though, playing 2 player TMNT II: The Arcade Game on the NES have to be some of the best. Fighting hundreds of Foot Soldiers with my best friend at my side was like a dream come true.
As many of you probably know by now, I’m a big fan of Mega Man. Specifically though, I grew up playing Mega Man 2, so that’s the one I really have a soft spot for. I enjoy all of them, but the second in the series stands as one of my all time favorite NES games. It’s actually sitting on my desk right now.
Hot off the presses, here’s a one-of-a-kind tribute NES to the Blue Bomber! To create this system I teamed up with my good friend Noel McEwen of McEwen Airbrush. We plan to do a whole series of these, so stayed tuned
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Well, the time has come to sell off my Prototype Backlit Legend of Zelda NES! This is a collaborative creation that Custom NES Guy and I made awhile back. It was featured on Kotaku and countless other gaming sites, so it is somewhat famous
The Link design was all cut out and created by hand. When I started this project I had no idea how to create something like this. I did a lot of R&D and eventually came up with what you see here. I have since moved on to other techniques, but I’m still fond of this older design.
The system and controllers are painted with all professional automotive paints and clear coat.
There is only one, and I have no intentions of creating an identical unit. So, this is your only opportunity to get this gem of a collector’s piece!
If you’re interested in purchasing it, hop over to my Facebook page and send me a message. Thanks!
As a life long Mega Man fan, I was thrilled to hear that Keiji Inafune and his company Comcept are creating the unofficial spiritual successor to the blue bomber, entitled “Mighty No. 9″. It’s a return to the classic side scrolling 2D action games of days gone by, yet has many new innovative features that should spice up the experience.
I’ve been on a total Mega Man kick for awhile now. My most recent project being this basic “Met” robot enemy. It’s the enemy that is just a hard hat sitting on the ground until you get close to it. Then, it pops up and shoots bullets at you.
This particular build has a removable hard hat so you can have the robot in either pose. If/when I build version 2.0 I would like to have it actually shoot something, probably ping pong balls, and maybe even pop up. We’ll see
If you’re interested to see how I built this, read on!