Category 3D video Reviews
In 2007, Fox released the Marvel Heros(sp) Box. The set contained 8(ish) movies and a whole host of extra materials. Limited to only 3,000 sets and *exclusive* to Japan, this thing retailed for 24,900 yen. Was it worth the asking price? Check out this short video and decide for youself. Advertisements
Released by Tomy in 2005, this high quality piece was, hands down, the best Darth Vader figure ever released. But nearly 10 years later, does this Medicom masterpiece still hold up? Check out this short video and decide for yourself!
In 1984, Nintendo released the Wild Gunman set in Japan. This set contained the Wild Gunman cartridge, the Family Computer Gun, and an exclusive belt and holster set. It’s a popular piece for collectors of classic Nintendo, but is it worth adding to *your* collection? Watch this video and judge for yourself. A 3-D version […]
Shumi Nagaremono, the Hobby Drifter, takes a look at Hori’s Final Fantasy X-2 Tiny Bee Dual Shock controller. Released in 2003, this controller was specially designed for Final Fantasy X-2. Is it worth picking up? Check out the video and judge for yourself! Advertisements
Shumi Nagaremono, the Hobby Drifter, takes a look at the awesome Advent Pieces Limited version of the Advent Children movie. It’s packed with exclusive goodies that threaten to eclipse what was definitely the best CG Final Fantasy movie…of all time! Advertisements
This a review of To-Conne’s FC Mobile game console. It’s a Family Computer clone (or Famiclone) that gives new life to your Famicom game collection by allowing you to play classic games on the go OR on your television. Advertisements
Shumi Nagaremono, the Hobby Drifter, takes a look at the Puchi Eva Evangelion @ School Pen-Pen plushy. And he loves it! Advertisements