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Russian BOOTLEG Nintendo games!

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In this episode, Arin cosplays as a small Russian boy from the 1980s and plays some of the most popular video games from the time, INCLUDING (but not limited to) Super Lion King and Pika Chu. Grab a tasty bowl of borscht and a glasnost of vodka, the Berlin Wall is back up babyyyy!

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30 thoughts on “Russian BOOTLEG Nintendo games!

  1. I'm not far in the video, so I don't know if he ended up trying it on the original Hardware. But that Retron 5 could be something different. A lot of these games I would imagine we're programmed specifically for the dendy hardware

  2. You honestly have it a good shot Arin, I'm sorry all the games didn't pan out like you hoped.

    I remember being a white power ranger for Halloween as little girl. It had a skirt, so as far as I know, it was supposed to be the Pink power ranger, with the colors inverted.
    I'm not sure, I haven't researched it.

  3. They did exist in Central Europe as well, smuggled by Russian guys, sold on bazaars for 10-20€ and games 1-3€ each. It was a nice game of chance as you had 50% chance that the actual game was what the label said it was and then 50/50 chance for it being English or Japanese version – as if it even matteder for you being a kid not knowing either language.

  4. Bootleg nes games mostly are hacks of existing nes mappers that are usually unsupported by emulators simply because they don't have a clue what to expect outside the libray of known supported mappers. There are SO many bootlegs out there that it's impossible to cover them on a one to one basis. It's super interesting 🙂

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