Insert Coin(s) and Press START.
A very crunchy breakfast scramble.

A very crunchy breakfast scramble.

Luna & Artemis

Luna & Artemis

nicolas-chocolat:

first combo that came to mind lmao

This is freakin’ cool.

nicolas-chocolat:

first combo that came to mind lmao

This is freakin’ cool.

the-ankle-rocker:

A wise man once said “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door”. Well, I say let the path beating begin! For I, Dr. Baxter Stockman, have designed the solution to the city’s ever-growing rat problem. Ladies and gentlemen… I give you the ultimate expression of rodent extermination technology, the Stocktronics Mouser!

The Nibelheim incident

The Nibelheim incident

The Black Mage

The Black Mage

The King of Fighters 2000 loveteams.

KOF 98 Athena/Kensou and KOF 99 Andy/Mai are still my favorites.

themmnetwork:

…that last frame… —LBD

Pac-Man + Mappy microwaves?

Pac-Man + Mappy microwaves?

lunaticobscurity:

choco-shorty:

The King Of Fighters 99 Womens Team ending 

-Screenshots by me-

does kof not award a cash prize to the winners? you’d think saving the world from super-villains every year would be worth something…

I can’t even picture how the cash awards are given, since the bad guys are (usually) the tournament sponsors. Rugal blew up twice, and the worldwide broadcasts of 96 and 97 had nasty revelations. We also don’t know how NESTS award the victors after the demise of Krizalid, Clone Zero and the cartel itself. And then, another cult appeared by 2003…

kazucrash:

Well, I bought the video game. I bought the very expensive video game (from a guy who’s a bit infamous on /vr/ at that). It’s probably the priciest game I’ve purchased to date, but it could have been quite a bit worse.
I was originally going to buy a used copy from a guy in New York for a bit less. He had a Buy It Now price, but I decided to literally sleep on it and think about my financial situation today. After work, I decided that I was comfortable dropping the cash on the game, so I went right back to his page, only to see that he made it bid-only because a potential buyer was ‘a bit flaky’. This sent a warning flag in my head, and because I absolutely hate bidding, I decided to send him a message and tell him I was willing to buy it for the original Buy It Now price. I get an email from him later, telling me that he updated the page, and he jacked the price up even higher than this sealed copy. He said that the game goes for $500 sealed, which is obviously a lie when rarebucky (of all people) has a sealed copy for far less than that, but because his was used, he was selling it for $250. That’s not including shipping and import charges, the latter which I’ve never payed for separately even when I import from Japan, and the game’s price went from $200 to $280 CAD.
So I bought the only other copy available. Fuck that guy.
To be honest, there was also another American seller selling a used copy for $150, but he isn’t shipping to Canada. That’s pretty lame. Aside from the skeezer and this one, the only other NTSC-U copy is another one from rarebucky in one of those god-forsaken plastic slabs for collectors. I absolutely detest that garbage. So yeah, this copy ended up being the cheapest I could get.
At least the game is awesome. Too bad I’m going to be ripping apart the sealing, because I actually want to play it.

Play the most out of it. I have only seen/played the arcade version and I quite enjoyed the new mechanics and the hilarious party-ups. 

kazucrash:

Well, I bought the video game. I bought the very expensive video game (from a guy who’s a bit infamous on /vr/ at that). It’s probably the priciest game I’ve purchased to date, but it could have been quite a bit worse.

I was originally going to buy a used copy from a guy in New York for a bit less. He had a Buy It Now price, but I decided to literally sleep on it and think about my financial situation today. After work, I decided that I was comfortable dropping the cash on the game, so I went right back to his page, only to see that he made it bid-only because a potential buyer was ‘a bit flaky’. This sent a warning flag in my head, and because I absolutely hate bidding, I decided to send him a message and tell him I was willing to buy it for the original Buy It Now price. I get an email from him later, telling me that he updated the page, and he jacked the price up even higher than this sealed copy. He said that the game goes for $500 sealed, which is obviously a lie when rarebucky (of all people) has a sealed copy for far less than that, but because his was used, he was selling it for $250. That’s not including shipping and import charges, the latter which I’ve never payed for separately even when I import from Japan, and the game’s price went from $200 to $280 CAD.

So I bought the only other copy available. Fuck that guy.

To be honest, there was also another American seller selling a used copy for $150, but he isn’t shipping to Canada. That’s pretty lame. Aside from the skeezer and this one, the only other NTSC-U copy is another one from rarebucky in one of those god-forsaken plastic slabs for collectors. I absolutely detest that garbage. So yeah, this copy ended up being the cheapest I could get.

At least the game is awesome. Too bad I’m going to be ripping apart the sealing, because I actually want to play it.

Play the most out of it. I have only seen/played the arcade version and I quite enjoyed the new mechanics and the hilarious party-ups

The King of Fighters 2002: Challenge to Ultimate Battle arcade intro

okamidensetsu:

Dead or Alive

(PS1/JP/March 12, 1998)

choco-shorty:

The King Of Fighters 99 Womens Team ending 

-Screenshots by me-