Jenn Frank ·
February 23, 2009
· Filed under Fashion
Actually. I’m trying to sound surly, but the truth is, I’ll never get sick of these.
Just in time for game’s 25th anniversary: cute European Tetris shirt
8-Bit Investigation: Gruesome, or awesome?
Are we not men? Scott C’s ‘Devo Invaders’
Wow. The diagram even explains the increased speed.
Now, if only somebody would make a You Have To Burn The Rope shirt for me…
This may well be the most hilarious retro gaming t-shirt design I’ve seen yet. Look at the little invader with the pointer. He’s so very confident that this time, their plan will work, dammit.
Does anybody have any, I guess ‘vintage’, video game shirts from their childhood? I think the only one that survived for me, was my pre-order Mario 64 shirt from Toys-R-Us. What a lame-looking shirt, too. Even when I was a kid, I was embarrassed to wear it.
I was going to ask about Mario underwear, but what’s the use? We all had those. Right guys? Right?
I still have some random old shirts – Star Wars Pod Racer comes to mind – and I had some SMB3 and a really old SMB shirt form when I was very small. But those I gave away to my friend Adrienne, who is so tiny she actually fit into them. I felt it was a good deal.
Someone should make a website, dedicated to archiving video game clothing.
But beyond clothing, I have memories of clocks, eating utensils and furniture. Ah, marketing!
I would love to write up a piece, detailing the absurd amounts of Nintendo merchandise I had amassed as a kid. Thinking back, I can’t even remember where half of it came from. A giant, wooden Nintendo toy chest? Where do you even get something like that?
I had a Mario Telephone. Why?
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