This is a design based off the modern Nintendo 64 Logo used and the original translation of “Nintendo” that was written on the boxes. Some people may see an inconsistency as it says Nintendo as “ニンテンドウ” instead of the new translation of “ニンテンドー” This is because on the original Japanese packaging, that’s what is written on the box. And, according to google translate, still translates to “Nintendo” so I just went with it.
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THE SHOCKING TRUTH: Everyone’s favourite plumber is really a time traveler, out to destroy the universe by toppling his great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather.
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Celebrate the legacy of great video game consoles by Atari with this T-Shirt. The course starts with their first foray into cartridge gaming (The Atari VCS or 2600 as it became known) and down to the 64-bit Jaguar. Since most people are mainly familiar with the 2600, here's the order: Atari VCS (2600) released in 1977 Atari 5200 SuperSystem released in 1982 Atari 7800 ProSystem released in 1986 (test runs released in 1984) Atari XEGS released in 1987 Atari Lynx (Mark I and II) released in 1989 Atari Jaguar released in 1993
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