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Transformers: Mystery of Convoy

Introduction

In 1984, five people, Kojin Ono, Takashi Matsuda, Hideaki Yoke, Hiroyuki Obara, and Satoshi Koizumi designed twenty-eight figures using molds from the Japanese toy lines, Diaclone and Microman. 3,045 more words

Game Reviews

Sega games on Nintendo consoles - a history.

Nintendo and Sega first crossed paths as rivals in the arcade business, and this spilled over into the console business when they both released their first home console on the same day… 484 more words

Nintendo

「Nintendo Classic mini Super Famicom」exceeded to 369,000 units!

From the Famitsu marketing bulleting it’s achieved the sale after in released 4 days

Nintendo released the domestic estimated sales volume of home-use game machine “Nintendo Classic Mini Super Famicom” released on the 5th as a preliminary report issuing on the Gz Brain the game magazine which released on October 11th. 112 more words

Japan News

Carts & Cocktails: Introduction & Stage 1-1

A NEW CONTRIBUTOR APPROACHES!  CHARLIE TAKES THE STAGE!

I am super happy to announce a new contributor to Digital Draughts- all around awesome dude and retro games enthusiast, Charlie!  879 more words

Digital Draughts

Nintendo Revealed Why There Are Holes On Famicom Cartridges

Famicom cartridges are much different from their American counterparts, but there was one particular difference that has been a mystery for years. Instead of indentations that were used to snap the cart in place, Famicom cartridges have holes. 138 more words

Nintendo

Labyrinth: Maou no Meikyuu (Famicom)

Why anyone would want this brat back always confused me.

I figured that after playing through Clock Tower, I might as well take on the… 1,475 more words

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King Kong 2: Ikari no Megaton Punch (Famicom)

Next up: Ping pong in Hong Kong!

What do you get when you combine the worst King Kong film with the best Famicom developer? Konami’s King Kong 2: Ikari no Megaton Punch (“Megaton Punch of Fury”) from 1986. 1,172 more words

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