Congratulatons for his site about Japanese Consoles.
Itīs very good.
My favorite systems related in his site are:
- Mega Drive
- Master System
- Super Famicom
- Neo Geo
- PC Engine
- Game Gear
- Game Cube
That's a very nice site with some good grapics. Get a Vectrex, you wouldn't regret it. Are those Japanese production numbers next to the consoles? If they are how did you get them?
Very nice site...
Some of them are amazing and are rarely shown even in photos.
Thanks for the kind words. There are a few items on my radar that I haven't been able to get yet, or just didn't have the funds when one was available:
PC Engine DUO
PC Engine LT
A few of the mage rare Dreamcasts like the Custom RX-78
A couple of Saturn consoles
A couple of XBOX bundle packages
Soon I'll be ading the Tomy Pyuuta, a 10,000,000th PSX console, a Yarouze console, more laserdiscs, Philips CD-i portable, etc...
Someone asked about the production numbers next to the consoles? Which numbers are you referring to?
The numbers I have cut and pasted in red next to the console. Are these numbers representative of the Asian/Japanese release numbers? Ahd how were they attained?
Hitachi Model VG-104 24,800
Tomy TV-Fun 401 18,000
Nintendo TV-Game 6 CTG-6S 9,800
Nintendo TV-Game 6 CTG-6V 9,800
Nintendo TV-Game 15 CTG-15S 15,000
Nintendo TV-Game 15 CTG-15V 15,000
Bandai TV-Jack 1000 9,800
Bandai TV-Jack 1000 9,800
Tomy TV-Fun 501 13,000
Epoch System 10 15,000
Tomy TV-Fun 601 9,980
Tomy TV-Fun 602 12,800
Tomy TV-Fun 701 16,000
Tomy TV-Fun 801 18,000
Bandai TV-Jack 1200 12,800
Bandai TV-Jack 1500 16,000
Bandai TV-Jack 2500 28,000
Bandai TV-Jack 3000 38,000
Toshiba TV-Game TVG-610 9,800
Ah, on the Master List page. Those were the release prices in Japanese Yen. I got them from Japanese websites.
Me likey lots! A page like this has been long needed. Simple, and with excellent pix. I look forward to seeing your page get more and more comprehensive.
BTW, this guy is one of the most reliable sellers out of Japan. He's American and living there. I should start a feedback forum thread for him, if there isn't one already.
I just wanted to say Japan-Games that your eBay auctions are amazingly professional, I really mean that, they are great!
Very nice! What's the story on that Alpine MegaJet?
Thanks again for the kind words.
I'm not sure about the Alpine MegaJet. I had my Japanese assistant research it on Japanese web pages and she wasn't able to come up with anything. The store stamp says "Alpine Campaign" so it must have been part of some promo. I have a second one coming in so I'll see if I there is more documentation with it.
I have some new auctions starting tomorrow. I sometimes send out an email with my new auctions and other information from Japan. If you want to be on it just let me know.
My old site had a lot of background information on the consoles. There are a lot of myths and rumors about Japanese consoles so I did a lot of research to try to find accurate information. The problem was that the console base was expanding much faster than I could research. So I just decided to make simple galleries for now and then slowly add the information back in along with new information.
I have other data already done that I'll put in soon like a Regional Lockout list and icons for each console/company that visitors can download. That will be in the "Permanent Features" section. I just haven't gotten around to reformatting the data for the new site layout.
Ive been having some trouble acessing my email lately, but the banner I spoke of would be about the size of the one I have down therre. ----v
Sorry to threadjack, back to buisness.
Welcome to Macintosh.
This is similar to the ad I'm putting out in Retro Gamer next month:
I made it the same height as the one you currently have.
109 new pictures have been added to the database...
Man, those Wondermegas are frickin' sweet...
Japan-games is my most trusted seller on Ebay. I bought many things from him. They are exactly as describe to the most minor details and very well packaged. Buy from him with complete confidence :)
ok i dont like sega much but this is just awsome:
and one thing i have noticed, the japanese seem to be very good about keeping their boxes and such arround and in good condition....i try but moving so much causes problems witht he boxes