So, I have a complete set of these famicom pulse carts boxed with instructions that I picked up a couple years back while attending college in Tokyo. And Nintendo was still making new Famicom consoles as late as – well after the PS2 and Game Cube had been released. Posted by Sean at A couple months ago I picked up Donkey Kong Jr. One could deduce that Nintendo believed the best marketing strategy for new games was to keep the game label design consistent across multiple titles. I mean, they were still making games for the thing as late as – the same year the Playstation came out.
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And Nintendo was still making new Famicom consoles as late as pu,se well after the PS2 and Game Cube had been released. Anyway, I’ve been quite impressed by some of the photos other people have taken of them, like Bryan at the Gay Gamer’s and “anonymous” here edit: Why couldn’t they have made one more?!? Hardly an epic game or one that I really wanted to play with, but it did complete one subset of my Famicom collection: Pulse line carts at various locations in my apartment.
How much would depend on the condition and also which box some of them came in different box types, with the larger, silver bordered boxes being rarer and more valuable.
I like your photos of yours against a neutral white background, it looks very good. Or four rows of three with this extra row of two looking very conspicuous at the top: Good luck with acquiring Baseball and Golf — funnily enough those two are the easiest to find so you shouldn’t have much trouble.
Fourteen is an awkward number to deal with when arranging stuff for photos. Planned maintenance scheduled April 23, at I love the pulse line carts. How may “Pulse Line” games were released?
Nearly all of the ‘Pulse Line’ Famicom games
Sign up using Facebook. I have all 18 uplse those numbered ones, but a couple have top labels in rough shape so they won’t be quite as photogenic.
I still have to get two more to complete my collection, by the way: These carts have a label showing the title of the game in Japanese Chinese for Taiwanese or Hong Kong releases and English. You’ve got limited options.
On a side table with a potted plant: I love the fact that the combination of all the carts has the perfect balance of color. Look forward to seeing photos of your complete set! Fifteen would have been better.
Famicomblog: Finally Some Pulse Line Carts
The photo of the stack famicm pulse-line carts is my favorite. Announcing the arrival of Valued Associate Just after the release of the Famicom in Japan, Nintendo released a collection of games with the same label design known informally as the “Pulse Line” of games. Sign up using Email and Password. How many games are part of this line? Newer Post Older Post Home.
Later, Nintendo would create custom artwork for the labels on their cartridges. But the design of the pulse line carts looks more like something from tamicom Atari or Colecovision era in North America. Posted by Sean at