A few years ago I listed my favorite Royal Rumble boxes produced by Coliseum Video from best to worst. Now that August is here it’s only fitting that I follow up that piece by giving SummerSlam the same treatment. Although SummerSlam is probably considered the WWF (e)’s second biggest event of the year behind WrestleMania, historically I … More Ranking SummerSlam’s By Box Art
Since I wrote about the 20th Anniversary of the Nintendo 64 and we are still celebrating two decades of the seminal 3D system, I decided it was only fitting to take a look back at some of the great games that were available in 1996 with the console. When the Nintendo 64 launched in North America on … More Super Mario 64 (N64, 1996)
As I sit here and type this it’s difficult for me to believe that the Nintendo 64 is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary. I began buying retro video games when the N64 was still being actively sold on store shelves and was considered contemporary. Now the Nintendo 64 itself is considered retro which makes me feel … More Nintendo 64: 20th Anniversary!
One of my first topics here detailed the fantastic Macho King Randy Savage figure released by Hasbro in 1991. For those too lazy to click the link fear not as I will offer a brief summation of that now vintage entry. Up until my birthday of 1991 the only World Wrestling Federation action figures I owned … More Ultimate Warrior (Hasbro, 1991)
I loved collecting WWF Coliseum Videos back when I was in high school, and my favorite pay per view event has always been the Royal Rumble. Add the two passions together and of course I owned nearly every Royal Rumble VHS tape produced. Today I’d like to take a trip down memory lane and rank … More Ranking Royal Rumble’s By Box Art