NSFW: The Videogame Adverts and Commercials of Yore Thread

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PostRe: The Videogame Adverts and Commercials of Yore Thread
by kazanova_Frankenstein » Tue Jul 21, 2020 3:29 pm

Corazon de Leon wrote:
kazanova_Frankenstein wrote:
Corazon de Leon wrote:
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Lagamorph wrote:I recall enjoying South Park on the N64 back in the day, never tried the PS1 version.
There was a Gameboy Colour platformer planned as well but it got scrapped. Think it was basically a reskin of an existing platformer but I forget which, and why it was cancelled.

I had Chefs Luv Shack on the Dreamcast as well which was just a trivia game.


I had some good 4 player fun with South Park N64. Still have my boxed copy. Probably worth thousands.....


£40-50 if it’s in good nick I’d say.


I'm holding out for thousands :simper:


:lol:

Well come back to me if you ever lower your standards, I wouldn’t mind a boxed copy of SP.



I have just googled the box art - i don't own it after all :oops: Its Chefs Luv Shak i have. I'm guessing thats worth even more :datass:

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PostRe: The Videogame Adverts and Commercials of Yore Thread
by ITSMILNER » Tue Jul 21, 2020 6:14 pm

Lagamorph wrote:I recall enjoying South Park on the N64 back in the day, never tried the PS1 version.
There was a Gameboy Colour platformer planned as well but it got scrapped. Think it was basically a reskin of an existing platformer but I forget which, and why it was cancelled.

I had Chefs Luv Shack on the Dreamcast as well which was just a trivia game.


This GBC one?



Looks like Lost Vikings or something?

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PostRe: The Videogame Adverts and Commercials of Yore Thread
by KK » Tue Jul 21, 2020 6:28 pm

Another marketing tactic I liked from Acclaim was sticking Parental Advisory Explicit Content stickers & labels on their games, despite the game not actually being adult enough to garner either a 15 or 18 certificate.

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PostRe: The Videogame Adverts and Commercials of Yore Thread
by KK » Wed Jul 22, 2020 11:08 am

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Indiana Jones? Never met the guy.

And a blatant typo in Deathtrap Dungeon.

I'd love to know the type of person that bought all these shitty third party peripherals for the PS1. A one handed controller possibly could have been a very good idea for, say, a disabled player, but that's clearly not what they're positioning it as.

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PostRe: NSFW: The Videogame Adverts and Commercials of Yore Thread
by jiggles » Wed Jul 22, 2020 1:27 pm

Man, I remember that Auto Modelista ad a few pages back extremely well. Entirely enough there for my 15 year old imagination to fill in the gaps and get the job done.

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PostRe: NSFW: The Videogame Adverts and Commercials of Yore Thread
by KK » Sun Jul 26, 2020 11:32 am

A bass fishing game nobody bought, a racing game nobody bought, an RPG nobody bought, and an advert for C&VG (2004) and their premium rate text line in which you give them YOUR cheats.

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As an added bonus, here's more from some bloke with his cock out in the office the nurse, in a period various gaming publications thought they'd have a second attempt at being lads mags...

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