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Entex Select-A-Game, Virtua Fighter Golden Vest, Dragon’s Lair production size comparisons, Nintendo Power Laser Disk, Protos!

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1981 Entex Select A Game Machine Video Game System Boxed w 5 Games

Virtua Fighter very Rare champion saturn vest

Dragon’s Lair Animation Model Cels used to keep the continuity of the characters

NINTENDO POWER PREVIEW UPDATE KIT FOR AN INTERACTIVE DISPLAY FROM WOOLWORTH IN 1995, WITH LASER DISK

PROMO STORE DISPLAY GAMEBOY ADVANCE SP SPONGEBOB SYSTEM

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Just check this Golden Axe proto!

Written by Nicola

Nicola, the Italian search engine over eBay...collects videogames from 1992.

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  1. The date on the Golden Axe suggests it’s either final or very close. I’ve got the final date somewhere, I could look it up if anyone is interested.

  2. That is the release date, not final build date.

    Manufacturing the chips and the carts usually took 2-2.5 months, which would coincide with the date on the cart.

    On a disc from Sega (that has copies of final ROMs), I have G-AXE1.BIN dated Nov 22, 1989. While that isn’t October, it’s some kind of after-final build that never got manufactured into a cart (G-AXE had REV 00 and REV 01 in cart form). Both of the released revisions are from October.

    Hope that helps.

  3. I have an earlier release of that Nintendo Laserdisc. I ripped the video and it was shown at CGE 2004. Pretty neat, let me tell you.

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