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These 90s Nintendo VHS Tapes Even Have A Dig At Sonic

Posted on Tuesday, February 12 @ 16:00:00 PST by

Among these rediscovered Nintendo VHS tapes are the World Championships, Ken Griffey Jr., the insides of the company's Washington offices, and my personal favorite, the video above that sells the Super Game Boy and an incredible round-up of some of the best SNES and Game Boy games. Some of them are forgettable, but it's amazing to see Donkey Kong Country's full-screen-text hype.

The playlist above is made up of several Nintendo tapes from the company's booming early 90s, all the way to DKC and the SNES. Collector JJ Hendricks says in the comments of his uploads that he's the second collector of the tapes received from an ex-Nintendo employee.

I'm just nostalgia tripping at this point. Won't you join me? There's nearly an hour of material here, so I hope you don't mind if I play it loud.
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