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Tiger R-Zone (1990)
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Posted 9 years 10 months ago
Wow! That was probably the most honest commercial I've ever seen...
Posted 9 years 11 months ago
I had one of these, actually i've still got it (don't know why i've still got this but not my nes, snes or gameboy!), I saw the advert and then begged my parents for it, I think I got it for my birthday if I remember, it was just awful the games were fixed pre drawn displays that just flashed like the cheap pocket games you get from bargain stores, it was only red so tiger could pretend it was similar to the virtual boy. Most disapointing thing i've ever had.
Posted 3 years 11 months ago
i remember that at r zone
Posted 11 years 10 months ago
i really like how they show the good games at the beginning then quick flicks of the mutilations on that piece of shit.
don't worry kid. I'd scream to if i was forced to play that thing.
Posted 11 years 11 months ago
The producers of this commercial seem to be at a loss regarding how to possibly make the R-Zone games look good. And then they said, "Screw it" and didn't.
Posted 13 years 2 months ago
tiger only made this to rip off kids
Posted 13 years 8 months ago
Mann whut a bunch of crap
Posted 14 years 27 days ago
I had a friend with this divice, man, at school he atracted so many girls.
Posted 14 years 29 days ago
I had one, never worked right. the controls are horrible and the screen only worked in a dark room.
Evil Dr. Spears
Posted 14 years 1 month ago
I actually used to think that playing this would equal playing the actual console games. I was not a bright child.
Posted 14 years 6 months ago
Oh TIGER, well known for its little LCD games. I had this for about a month before it brok. And the MK 3 game wasnt that impressive either. It was one of TIGER's flops in my opinion. Looked cool in the commercial though.
Posted 14 years 10 months ago
Heh, I used to have a few of those Tiger Electronic handheld games but never really got my hands on this head set. They're not as popular today as they used to be in the 80s and early 90s.
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