This week starts off with an impromptu guessing game of the PS1's best-selling games. We find more reasons to mention Final Fantasy 7, and scour eBay for some of the lamest Crash Bandicoot merchandise. We talk about a couple of neo-retro games for smartphones & tablets and a comic book featuring Mario fighting his famous arch-nemesis, who no one could forget: Tatanga. We've got hatcaps and posterboxes in this episode of the Retro League.
November 5, 1997 - Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back was released for PS1. It has since sold 5.17 million copies worldwide.
Art of Fighting 3: The Path of the Warrior (Switch eShop)
Power Golf (Wii U Virtual Console)
Neon Wings (Android)
Osama Bin Laden had a (pirated) copy of Final Fantasy VII in his compound
A quick history of the Virtual Boy IPD/Focus Adjustment Screen
Final Fantasy VIII, IX LOT 13 copies playstation, black label new sealed
Final Fantasy VII: Machinabridged - Ep. 11
Atop the Fourth Wall: Gameboy #1
Dead Shell (Android / iOS)
Tron Deadly Discs (Atari 2600)