The NES30 is mostly for iOS/Android/PC gaming, but it can also double as a Wiimote, just like the FC30 before it. The NES30 will cost you about $40, so it might be a nice controller for retro fans to add to their collection.
Introducing a two-series collection inspired by the classic 1993 video game, Robocop vs. The Terminator!
Released in late 1993 for the popular 16-bit home console, Robocop vs. The Terminator answered the burning question of sci-fi fans worldwide: which man/machine would win in a fight? The “future of law enforcement” or the actual future?
Series 1 includes two versions of The Terminator with paint deco that re-creates the video game shading. The T-800 includes a Plasma Rifle accessory, and the Endoskeleton comes with a standing Heavy Machine Gun accessory. Both figures are fully articulated and stand approximately 7″ tall.
Series 2 includes two versions of Robocop with paint deco that re-creates the video game shading. Flamethrower Robocop includes a massive flamethrower accessory with removable “flame spray” attachment. Fire-Damaged Robocop is partially covered in sculpted flames and comes with rocket launcher and laser pistol accessories. Both figures are fully articulated and stand approximately 7″ tall.
Batman (1989 Video Game Appearance) is the sixth figure in our highly successful line of classic 8-bit video game tributes. Following Michael Keaton’s iconic portrayal as Batman in the movie, the side-scrolling game was released in late 1989 for the super popular 8-bit home console, and is a true ’80s classic.
Batman stands 7″ tall, with over 25 points of articulation for great poses, plus removable cape, Batarang and Spear Gun accessories. Stylized paint deco reproduces the game’s original cel-shaded look. Special window box packaging with opening flap to re-create the look and feel of the classic 1989 video game packaging.