This is a deadly custom vinyl set. Always remember though, Mario is not a real Dr……
According to Wikipedia:
On 11 June, 2008 a gaming news site posted an article showing certain places in Limbo of the Lost were identical to the game The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. After the revelation, others looking into the game discovered environments and assets that appear to be taken from other games including Sea Dogs and World of Warcraft.
Other content appears to have been taken from live action films, including a scene and dialogue from the 1997 film Spawn, an image from Beetlejuice, another from Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl and several more from Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. Additionally, a Lord of the Rings NazgÃ»l bust by Weta Workshop appears to have been used in another background image.
On 12 June, 2008, Publisher Tri Synergy announced they had stopped distribution of Limbo of the Lost while investigating allegations of plagiarism. Tri Synergy said they had no knowledge Majestic Studios used other games’ work without permission and said they had contacted Majestic Studios for a response.
On 24 June, 2008, Majestic Studios were quoted as saying:
“In response to the shocking notification that some alleged unauthorized copyrighted materials submitted by sources external to the development team have been found within the PC game Limbo of the Lost, we (the development team) have given our consent and full cooperation to both publishers who are recalling all units from all territories immediately. […] To the best of our knowledge no one at Majestic, [European publisher] G2Games or [North American publisher Tri Synergy, Inc.] knew about this infringement and knowingly played any part in it.”
On 30 July, 2008, Tim Croucher and Laurence Francis announced their departure from Majestic Studios with the following statement:
“Due to the behaviour of certain members of the Majestic Studios team, Mr T.Croucher and Mister L.Francis would like to announce their departure from Majestic Studios; and would like it known that they have severed all connections, ties and links with the remaining members of the majestic team. Mister Croucher would like it known that his input responsibility for Limbo of the Lost was: Research, some vocal acting and puzzle design.
Mr Francis would like it known that his input responsibility for Limbo of the Lost was: Original opening theme and outro music, character Script writing for Darkmere, puzzle design and voice acting, particularly that of B.S.Briggs.
Neither Mister Croucher nor Mister Francis had any say or control over: Graphics, rendering, coding or game screen design.
As far as both Mr Croucher and Mister Francis were aware, all submitted material was to be original; both Mr Croucher and Mister Francis adhered to this contractual clause.”
Rare? Probably. Worth this asking price? Probably not.
N64 Sport Pack – Random accessory pack with Memory Card and Rumble that I haven’t seen before.
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Kunio-Kun no Dodgeball Dayo Zennin Shuugou! Tournament For Super Famicom – From the seller:
Made by Tecnos Japan!Clearly the rarest SFC release!Rumoured to 8 copies only, this is a hibaihin/not for sale version of this game that you could only win in a national tournament! The winners were rewarded with this gold cassette,just like Nintendo World Championships!
This game is for sale at Super Potato Akihabara for 680000Y($7000).