ultra arcade

Nintendo Switch Arcade Cabinet Stand | $13.99 Buy-Now!

  • Special arcade design to place your Nintendo Switch,create an arcade atmosphere and give you a better game experience
  • Precisely cut to fit your Switch,back-hole design ensures a way to charge your Switch while playing
  • Perfectly fit to your Switch air intake vents,make sure enough ventilation for the heat to escape
  • Unique arcade cabinet stand for playing games like Namco Museum, NEO GEO Games, Ultra Street Fighter II, etc.
  • The Package comes with everything you need to quickly get the arcade cabinet standing – 8 pieces of hardwood, rubber bands to keep sturdy

1. チャンネルサーフ ⏏ - ⌘⌘⌘⌘ ストーリー ⌘⌘⌘⌘
2. Future City Love Stories - 廣告
3. Nmesh - Favorite Places
4. テレビ体験 - 精神将来の救出
5. Amun Dragoon - 「HYPERPOWERネット・サーフィン」subspace adventure test call
6. Fuji Grid TV - fujifilm / cougar
7. Local News - Snow
8. g h o s t i n g - Video Update
9. Areas - Distant Realms
10. チェスマスター - THE HUMAN FUTURE プライマル轟音
11. Sacred Tapestry - LD・VHD
13. memory gateways - alone
14. General Translator - oɿɿəɥ YakasuniTouristGrotto
15. GōsutoMall - 深夜のテレビ - TV
16. Renjā - I Can Never Sleep
17. t e l e p a t h テレパシー能力者 - 彼女を待っている
18. チャンネルサーフ ⏏ - エネルギー飢餓
19. DARKPYRAMID - Kisses In Electric Rain
20. サイバー ‘98 - 4C 6F 76 65 20 53 6F 66 74 77 61 72 65 (☯ 0)
21. 18 Carat Affair - Leisure Principle
22. FATAL MEMORY ERROR - Affection in the Time of Asphyxiation
23. チェスマスター - DARK LEVEL
24. Infinity Frequencies - The Key
25. テレビ体験 - 深い会話
26. Disconscious - Shopping Delirium
28. Lamitina - due to location
29. Diskette Romances - Eden
30. ░▒▓新しいデラックスライフ▓▒░ - ◐それではまた明日!◑
31. 骨架的 - sunset
32. 회사AUTO - mall arcade
33. ULTRA ウルトラ - 3D キャンディ VISIONS
34. デジタルフォーチュン - ☯ リモートコントロール ☯
35. B o d y l i n e - platform
36. チェスマスター - AUTOMATIC エレベータ
37. t e l e p a t h テレパシー能力者 - -わたしはあなたと共に時は時間がありません
38.Wolfenstein OS X - Dream Cafe Blues

Made with SoundCloud

The Dead Rising 3 Lets Play (I’m not even gonna try) was glorious.
also shout out to the style I didn’t draw in for months
- thelunaaltar
(Psst, I do free AH/RT/RWBY requests)


GAMESPOT - E3 2014: 30 Games in 30 Seconds

Nintendo Direct 11.12.16 Overview
  • Introduction to Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess HD (2016)
  • Wolf Link Amiibo (compatible with LoZ: TP HD and SSB4. Pre-orders available today)
  • Den of Trials for Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes (December 2nd, this comes with 2 additional outfits)
  • Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon (November 20th)
  • Updates for Splatoon: TODAY AT 5PM PST and TOMORROW 6PM PST (Museum d’Alfonsino, Mahi-Mahi Resort,  (stages, clothes, weapons, music, maps. These updates will continue until December)
  • Nintendo Treehouse Splatoon Tournament made up of staff from the Treehouse, as well as info on how to set up your own tournaments
  • Mario Maker portal site available for mobile, allowing you to find courses easier (December)
  • Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival launching with Digby and Isabelle(only with bundle) amiibos, as well as others (November 15)
  • Mario Tennis Ultra Smash (online mode, single mode, ranked, casual, etc) (compatible with amiibo) (November 20)
  • Xenoblades Chronicles X (download data packs available for those ordering a physical copy) (pre-load version available on eShop) (December 4)
  • Nintendo Badge Arcade available free on eShop for 3DS
  • Pokemon Picross available for purchase on eShop for 3DS (early December)
  • new indie games coming up (check Nintendo eShop)
  • Yo-Kai Watch
  • WiiU Bundle with SSB4 AND Splatoon available BLACK FRIDAY
  • Poken Tournament (comes with amiibo card for Dark Mewtwo) (Spring 2016)
  • Starfox Zero (April 22, 2016)
  • Mario and Luigi Paper Jam (January 22 2016)
  • Lucas Amiibo (January 22 2016)
  • Final Fantasy Explorers (January 26 2016) (includes all DLCs available in Japan FOR FREE)
  • Fire Emblem Fates for 3DS (either Conquest or Birth Right are available on eShop. Buying one will allow you to download the other at a reduced price. A third path is available when both are downloaded-Revelation) (Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition includes all three) (February 19 2016)
  • Megaman Legacy Collection from CapCom (includes first 6 platformers) (challenges can be unlocked with Megaman amiibo and GOLD Megaman (available with the game))
  • Pokemon Blue, Yellow, and Red will be available for the eShop (February 27 2016)
  • Hyrule Warriors Legends for 3DS (Tetra, Toon Link, and King of Hyrule will join Skullkid. LINKLE is a new character being added, looking much like Link. In the concept art, she was Link’s DAUGHTER) (March 25 2016)
  • Dragon Quest VI and Dragon Quest VIII for 3DS (early Summer 2016)
  • Hive Jump for WiiU (early 2016)
  • Kerbal Space Program for WiiU (early 2016)
  • MIGHTY NO. 9 for WiiU (February 16 2016)
  • LEGO Marvel’s Avengers (January 2016)
  • Terreria (early 2016)
  • Project X Zone 2 (February 6 2016)

mendelpalace  asked:

So what're like.... 10-20 games that best represent your aesthetic/over all taste in games?

Hmmm… this is actually quite a tough question to answer. Giving it some thought, these are probably the 10 games I’d pick;

- The House of the Dead
- Tekken 3
- Ridge Racer (the first one specifically)
- Beast Busters: Second Nightmare
- G Darius
- Ghoul Panic
- Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
- Evil Night (the ultra-obscure arcade shooter by Konami, not the weird first person horror game… also by Konami, confusingly)
- NiGHTS: Into Dreams…
- Klonoa: Door to Phantomile

Thinking on it, my tastes are varied enough that, to a degree at least, it’s difficult to pin down a specific overall “aesthetic” that best represents my taste as a whole. For example, Sonic CD, MOTHER 2, and killer7 could’ve been on this list, but they kinda contradict the rest of it (and each other).

As a general rule, though, if it’s an arcade game (or a very arcade-y feeling home title), if it’s from the 90s, and it’s a relatively early 3D affair, then it’s probably my speed. Doubly so if it’s a Horror game, or at least horror themed. Partially it’s because that’s what I grew up playing, so there’s a level of nostalgia there, and partially because I genuinely like the 90s 3D aesthetic. In addition, I find that despite a lot of the negative press a lot of them get these days, there are a LOT of 3D games that came out between, oh, lets say 1994 to 2000, that are extremely playable and incredibly fun- there’s a good few I can think of that I didn’t list above, at that.