For one reason or another, every 1945 marquee we’ve ever seen has either been cropped down a considerable amount, or printed on crappy paper and then laminated. We FINALLY found a good clean full sized marquee and very quickly scanned and cleaned it. One of the best shoot em ups of all time. Check it out in our store HERE, and peep below for a play through:
We’ve had this product for a while now, but just thought we would spread the word. After getting quite a few requests for moves lists and instruction stickers, we have created a generic product our customers can purchase. Please check with us first to see if the art is available for the desired item, then order the item if available. Check it out under our “Other Products” section in our store HERE.
We recently were able to get a good scan of Nintendo’s Vs Platoon. A very rare game, in fact we’ve never seen one in the wild. Gameplay doesn’t look particularly compelling, but a must have for the Die Hard Nintendo collector. Check out the marquee HERE, and a play through below.
Just got done putting the final touches on our replacement decal sticker for Time Crisis 2. We’ve owned a few Time Crisis 2 arcades, and the decal is almost always torn up like a pack of wolves, or 5 year olds, got done playing with the thing. Pretty happy with the way it turned out. If you are in need of one, check it out in or store HERE.
With the advent of multicade systems, there has been much talk about whether or not multicades are a good thing in the community. On one hand, people get to experience a breadth of games that they would not normally be able to. On the other, it’s a sort of bastardization of a very cool culture that places value on rarity and the challenge of searching for rare boards and systems. Pandora’s boxes and 60-1 systems are a perfect example of that change. In any case, we want whichever path you’ve chosen to look as good as possible. Check out or new Pandora’s Box arcade marquee in our store HERE.
The Narc marquee presented a slight issue with scanning. Originally the marquee was actually part of the bezel glass, which makes for difficult scanning. We were finally able to capture it and create a nice reproduction for all those collectors that need one for a conversion cabinet. There’s nothing quite like blowing up a crack head with a rocket launcher, and then taking their hypodermic needles and cash. Gotta love the 80s. As always, check below for a play through, and click HERE for the product link.
80s marquees with live characters are some of our favorites. They represent everything that was awesome about the 80s: over the top hair, bad acting, and cheesiness beyond belief. Rollergames is no exception. Forgot we even sold this one until someone recently ordered it. Check it out in our store HERE, and a video of the game play below: