Not a great deal of hardware added to the collection this month, but I still managed to get a few nice bits.

Metal Gear Ac!d – Sony PSP

The year is 2016. An airplane is hijacked by unknown terrorists. On the board of the plane is senator Hach, an important US politician, who might be the next president of the country. In exchange for the senator, the terrorist want something from the US government. You don’t know what that something is, but it goes under the code name “Pythagoras”. Since handing it over to the terrorist is not what the government is planning to do, it sends you, the famous special agent Solid Snake, to rescue the senator and to find out who is really behind the hijacking.
“Metal Gear Acid” is set in the familiar Metal Gear universe and graphically resembles the PS2 titles of the series, but its gameplay is quite different from that of the other games. “Metal Gear Acid” combines the traditional stealth gameplay with strategy. It is a turn-based game in which you plan your turns by selecting playing cards that are available in your card deck. Each card represents an action: attacking, moving, etc. You must plan your actions carefully to stay unnoticed and also plan ahead which cards you’d want to keep during the next round, and which you are ready to sacrifice in order to make an efficient move immediately.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £2.40 (Cash Converters)

Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops – Sony PSP

Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops is the first real Metal Gear game on the PSP, unlike the two preceding Metal Gear Ac!d games with turn-based strategy gameplay.
It’s been six years since the events in Snake Eater. Snake has been captured and imprisoned in an abandoned missile silo in Colombia, and with no support this time. At least, not at first. With the help of a fellow prisoner, Snake escapes and the game truly begins.
Portable Ops is a classic Metal Gear game in almost every sense. The controls will be familiar to anyone who has played previous console entries in the series. Snake can peek around corners, sneak up behind guards… they even carried over CQC (Close Quarters Combat) from Snake Eater.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £2.40 (Cash Converters)

GripShift – Sony PSP

Gripshift is a driving game with a twist. It combines racing with puzzles and even some platform action.
The game is built around a tour mode where the player must complete the stages one by one. Clear these stages by driving fast to the finish or try to top the times required to obtain bronze, silver, and gold medals. There are also stars to collect and a hidden item on every stage to discover. All of the levels are afloat in the air, so if the player happens to drift off the course, the car drops into nothingness.
There are many multiplayer modes, including bonus games such as soccer, ice hockey and a Snake game played with cars. In the track editor, players can construct their own gravity-defying tracks and share them through a wireless connection.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £1.60 (Cash Converters)

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Predator – Sony PSP

As a Ghost Team leader, you take your team into the jungles of Sri Lanka to eliminate key targets and prepare the way for U.S. forces. But as you uncover the proof that you’ve been targeting the wrong enemy you must find a way to put a stop to a full scale war before it happens. Similar to other Ghost Recon games, you play with over-the-shoulder camera, and can choose to be stealthy or enter the combat guns-blazing. Rely on your teammates, drones, aerial support and high-tech equipment while trying to complete your mission. As you progress, you will gather experience points which allows you to upgrade your ghosts.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £4.00 (Cash Converters)

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas – Sony PSP

In Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas the player takes the role of two anti-terror soldiers who search after their abducted teammates in five missions set in Las Vegas. In comparison to the other games in the series and the NextGen version of this game the player doesn’t take command of a squad but only of a lonely fighter. Depending on the mission chapter he either plays as Brian Armstrong (assault) or Shawn Rivers (sniper). This means it is even more action oriented.
Nevertheless the game utilizes some of the features known from the series, e.g. the snake-cam which can be used to look behind closed doors. There the player can also mark an enemy and watch his movements even if the view is blocked. The player automatically ducks behind cover when approaching the wall – then the game switches to a third-person view. The game doesn’t use self-generation health but there are no health or ammo pick-ups during the levels.
During the course of the game the player unlocks bonus material like concept art and the Terrorist Hunt mode in which the player comes back to the singleplayer maps and kills more terrorists.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £2.00 (Cash Converters)

M.A.C.H. Modified Air Combat Heroes – Sony PSP

M.A.C.H.: Modified Air Combat Heroes is an air combat sim. It takes place in the year 2049. Warring governments try to save lives by using only unmanned aircraft, which means thousands of planes and jets become grounded and useless. On the black market, they fetch high prices as ex-fighter pilots who are now without a job form an underground movement, and race and fight in illegal competitions for fame and fortune.
By defeating rivals, players can improve their character and unlock new planes and parts to upgrade them with. Multiplayer modes include Arcade Mode (Quick Action), Career Mode (Tournaments), Challenge Mode (five challenges per tier) and Dogfight Mode.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £2.00 (Cash Converters)

Coded Arms – Sony PSP

Coded Arms is a first-person shooter game for the PSP. You play as a future hacker, who uses technologies to jack his brain into computer networks. The entire game takes place in a virtual reality world inside a computer network. This world was created as a combat simulator for an alien invasion. Even though the program was canceled, it kept running and growing inside the network. You infiltrate the world to neutralize it.
The game offers six sectors to explore, each containing several sub-sections. Each of them has a good selection of different types of weapons you can collect during the levels. Coded Arms also uses “The Matrix”-style effects. There are three multiplayer types with support up to four players: Deathmatch, Keep the Mark and Last Man Standing.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £1.20 (Cash Converters)

SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo – Sony PSP

SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs – Fireteam Bravo is a third-person tactical shooter for the PSP, transforming the PlayStation 2 SOCOM experience into a fully featured portable title. Fireteam Bravo has several distinct flavours: a single-player campaign that takes place in parallel with that of SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy SEALs, an ‘instant action’ mode for quick play, and a multiplayer mode for sixteen players (AdHoc and Infrastructure).
Fireteam Bravo also has a connective feature with SOCOM 3 called “crosstalk” where progress made on one title will affect the other when connected by a USB cable. For instance, destroying a weapons cache in a Fireteam Bravo mission may reduce the ability for enemies in a corresponding SOCOM 3 mission to use high-end guns.
Finally, the title is the first to support the PSP’s headset peripheral for communicating with teammates in online multiplayer gameplay.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £1.60 (Cash Converters)

Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow – Sony PSP

Logan’s Shadow, the second PSP iteration of the long running Syphon Filter series, sees Gabe Logan in the battle of his life as he faces the possibility of his long time friend and ally, Lian Xing, could be a double agent.
This 3rd-person stealth title uses all the tricks in the book, with Logan’s task made simpler thanks to a number of gadgets, weapons and techniques available to him. For example, using boxes and walls to duck and cover or humans themselves to create a shield against incoming bullets can save you both health and time in the middle of the action.
New interactive moments, such as unlocking doors or moving heavy items out of the way, require the right timing of button presses to pull off the moves. You will also go underwater to explore the depths of the ocean in order to take down the enemy and solve the mystery that could tear the world apart.
There are five multiplayer modes available, two new to the franchise (Sabotage and Retrieval), and three returning modes (Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch and Rogue Agent).

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £2.40 (Cash Converters)

Activision Hits Remixed – Sony PSP

The PSP version of Activision Anthology is a compilation of 44 classic Atari 2600 titles. On top of that, it includes an eighties soundtrack with 10 licensed songs to pull you back into that era.
Unlike the GBA version, it contains the Imagic titles from the console and PC/Mac releases (Atlantis, Demon Attack, and Moonsweeper), along with more music, but not the homebrew titles as offered in the GBA and PC/Mac release.
In the media section, you can view the original cartridge in 3D, as well as the manual. Games can be played in the original aspect ratios (windowed in the middle of the screen), or stretched for a full-screen view. The game supports game sharing so two players can play with a single copy through an Ad Hoc network. There are different difficulty levels and you can save the game state to continue playing later. High scores are recorded and you can unlock achievements such as original gamer patches and vintage TV commercials.

The following games are included:

Activision titles:
Chopper Command
Cosmic Commuter
Decathlon (The Activision Decathlon)
Fishing Derby
Grand Prix
Ice Hockey
Kabobber (previously unreleased)
Keystone Kapers
Laser Blast
Pitfall II: Lost Caverns
Plaque Attack
Pressure Cooker
Private Eye
River Raid
River Raid II
Robot Tank
Sky Jinks
Space Shuttle
Spider Fighter
Thwocker (previously unreleased)

Imagic titles:
Demon Attack

Rating – Boxed, No Manual
Price Paid – £9.60 (Cash Converters)

Hitman: Blood Money – Microsoft Xbox

Agent 47 the assassin returns in the 4th instalment of the Hitman series. This time he goes on a trip around America, undertaking missions in major cities such as Las Vegas, New Orleans, Los Angeles and other exotic locations. This time, he better watch his back, as his long-time employer, the International Contract Agency, is threatened by a mysterious rival.
Gameplay in Hitman: Blood Money is generally similar to the previous instalments. Once again, your job will be to complete several assassination missions. You can sneak around in disguise to avoid the suspicious guards, or you can instead open fire on everyone you see. When you complete your mission, you’re given a rating – from “Mass Murderer” up to the coveted “Silent Assassin”.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £1.40 (Cash Converters)

Tom Clancy’s Raindow Six: Lockdown – Microsoft Xbox

Lockdown is the third Rainbow Six game to appear on the consoles, this time with Red Storm Entertainment fully behind the wheel. Once again, you play as Domingo ‘Ding’ Chavez, leading a small commando team on black-ops missions. This time, however, the developer strays from the realistic squad-based action in favor of more arcadish gameplay. The main single player campaign is based around a dangerous virus and hostages. In certain missions, you play as sniper Dieter Weber, picking off terrorists from higher ground and providing cover while the team infiltrates the building.
The differences between the console versions are the number of missions and the availability of certain gadgets. There is an offline two-player, split-screen cooperative mode available (up to 4 over Xbox live) and full online multiplayer up to 16 players featuring traditional deathmatch, objective-based games and CTF modes, on Xbox and PS2.

Rating – Boxed, No Manual
Price Paid – £0.40 (Cash Converters)

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six 3: Black Arrow – Microsoft Xbox

Black Arrow is the Xbox sequel to the acclaimed Rainbow Six 3. Based on an improved version of the same engine, the game features a new single player campaign, new multiplayer maps and game modes, and new Xbox Live! clan support features. Follow team Rainbow through missions set in the Europe and the Mediterranean: the UK, France, Italy, Tunisia, Croatia, Greece and more. Like other Rainbow Six games, Black Arrow also supports cooperative campaign and game modes, and introduces two-player split screen.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £0.40 (Cash Converters)

Midway Arcade Treasures – Microsoft Xbox

Midway Arcade Treasures is a video-game compilation of 24 arcade games, emulated from the original PCBs. The overall release was developed by Digital Eclipse and issued by Midway Games for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, and Microsoft Windows.
This compilation of arcade games from the 1980’s to the early 1990’s includes:

Spy Hunter
Defender II
Joust 2
Robotron 2084
Smash TV
Super Sprint
Marble Madness
Satan’s Hollow
Root Beer Tapper

This release also contains game histories, developer interviews, and documents. The Xbox version has an Xbox Live feature where players can rank their best high scores against other Xbox players.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £2.40 (Cash Converters)

Midway Arcade Treasures 3 – Microsoft Xbox

This is third Midway Arcade Treasures compilation released in as many years. This collection focuses on Midway and Atari racing games from the 1990s. The games in this collection include:

San Francisco Rush: The Rock Alcatraz Edition
Hydro Thunder
Super Off Road
Race Drivin’
S.T.U.N. Runner
San Francisco Rush 2049
Offroad Thunder

Some of the games in this collection are based on the home conversions, rather than emulation of the arcade originals.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £1.60 (Cash Converters)

Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance – Microsoft Xbox

Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance is a re-vamped and revised edition of the original Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, in which Solid Snake must recover the stolen Metal Gear Ray from a group of terrorists bent on using its power for unthinkable reasons.
Along with the original espionage shooter comes a collection of 200 virtual reality (VR) missions. Missions range from killing certain targets and using particular weapons, as well as seeing the world of Solid Snake from different perspectives and styles, with first-person target modes and a variety mode including crazy characters of different shapes and sizes.
Also included are various alternative missions, ranging from the protagonist sneaking around and snapping photos of targets to bomb disposal, all out destruction, and more.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £2.40 (Cash Converters)

The Terminator – Sega Mega Drive

The Terminator licensed game for the Sega consoles was a fairly standard side-scrolling platform game. However, the game’s six levels mirror the story-line of The Terminator movie very closely as you take on the role of Kyle Reese and his quest to save Sarah Connor from termination.
Because the game follows the movie so closely, the first mission which involves blowing up the SkyNet computer and escaping through time is one of the hardest and something that most players remember with love/hate.

Rating – Boxed, No Manual
Price Paid – £6.40 (Cash Converters)

Rise Of The Robots – Sega Mega Drive

Electrocorp, the world’s leading manufacturer and developer of advanced robotics ran the Leader Project to develop a multi-task, ultra-intelligent, self-aware robot to manage every aspect of the factory plant. The end result was the Supervisor Droid, a machine capable of assuming any form and accessing any database. But when an EGO virus infected the Supervisor’s self-awareness it started to consider its need above of those of the company, infecting the other robots in the plant and declaring itself their leader. Electrocorp then sent its top-secret ECO32-5 Cyborg to infiltrate the plant and destroy the supervisor.
Rise of the Robots is a versus fighting game. The player controls the ECO32-5 Cyborg and must fight all the other robots in the plant until finally meeting the Supervisor Droid. The controls consist of 3 buttons for punches and 3 buttons for kicks (one for each in the Game Gear version), and jumping, moving, crouching and blocking are performed with the directional pad. The Cyborg has two super moves, the Turbo Head Butt and the Shoulder Barge. The player can choose the difficulty, number of rounds and time limit for the fights, as well as turn turn the super moves off.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £6.40 (Cash Converters)

Olympic Summer Games – Sega Mega Drive

Olympic Summer Games is the 16-bit official videogame of the 1996 Olympic Games held in Atlanta, the third and the last IOC official title to be released on the console. A typical button masher, includes 10 events (100m sprint, 110m hurdles, pole vault, long jump, triple jump, javelin, high jump, discus, skeet and archery) and 32 countries around the world compete in custom or full Olympics, or just practice. Two players can compete head to head in the sprinting events, and a total of eight can play in the same game. Three difficulty levels allow competitive events for both rookies to veterans in the genre.

Rating – Boxed, No Manual
Price Paid – £4.00 (Cash Converters)

The Immortal – Sega Mega Drive

Your old mentor Mordamir has disappeared – probably kidnapped. You’re not too sure where he might be, but a dungeon is always a good place to look, so you seek out the nearest one and plunge into its depths. Beware: eight levels of traps and deadly enemies await.
The Immortal is an isometric game with puzzle-solving and action combat. Progress is made by encountering a hazard, dying, solving the problem, encountering the next hazard. To solve a level, you have to know its traps and their patterns by heart. The puzzles range from simple avoidance of traps to the correct use of items; you collect objects in an inventory. Every now and then, the game offers a special challenge. For example, you’ve got to ride a magic carpet through a hallway full of fire traps, or ride a barrel on an underground river.

Rating – Boxed, No Manual
Price Paid – £9.60 (Cash Converters)

Mega-Lo-Mania – Sega Mega Drive

Mega-Lo-Mania is an early real-time strategy game that predates Dune II by a year. The player takes control of one of four gods; Scarlet (red), Caesar (green), Oberon (yellow) and Madcap (blue). There are no differences between them except colour and AI behaviour when opposing. Each level takes place on an island divided into two to sixteen “sectors”. The objective is to defeat up to three opposing gods and conquer the island.
Before a level begins, the player decides which sector to place their first tower in, and how many men to deploy. The men can perform various tasks such as designing weapons and shields, mining elements, building structures, manufacturing weapons and forming an army. The number of men assigned to a single task determines how fast or effective it will be. Men that are left idle will procreate and gradually increase in number.
At the start of a level the player only has unarmed men available. To gain more powerful weaponry, the player must assign men to design technology. When enough designs are made, the sector will advance a tech-level; making more research and buildings available. Armies can be used to either invade enemy sectors, or build a tower in an empty sector; expanding the player’s territory. Shields are used to repair damaged buildings. Weapons and shields can only be made if enough elements have been gathered. Higher-tech weapons and shields must be manufactured in the factory before use. Building a mine gives access to more elements and the laboratory improves design tasks.

Rating – Boxed, No Manual
Price Paid – £8.00 (Cash Converters)

The Lion King – Sega Mega Drive

Young Simba just can’t wait to be king. His father is the current King of the Savannah and the young prince is able to frolic the lands at will; jumping on and around other subjects of this animal kingdom. When Simba’s father, King Mufasa, is killed and his evil brother Scar takes over the kingdom, Simba is banished from the lands of his birthright and has to grow up fast, honing his skills, for the day of his return.
The Lion King, based on the famous Disney movie, is a platform game where you control Simba – initially as a young cub, and later as an adult lion. The plot of the game follows the plot of the movie. Each of the levels represents a part of the movie.
As young Simba, you can fight various beasts, such as lizards, by jumping on them. You can also roar to scare some creatures into submission, though every time you roar, you have to wait for your “roar meter” to charge.
As an adult lion, you can still roar and jump, but now you fight enemies by slashing at them with your claws (if you’re skillful enough, you can also grab them and toss them off the screen).
The game features no in-game save function, and it needs to be replayed from the beginning every time.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £4.80 (Cash Converters)

Bass Pro Shops: The Strike – Championship Edition – Nintendo Switch

Bass Pro Shops: The Strike – Championship Edition combines authentic environments based on real lakes, engaging gameplay with accurate fish and lure behaviours that creates an immersive fishing adventure. Players can enjoy 3 different game-play modes including Quick Fish, Career and Bass Pro Shops Invitational Tournament, or compete with friends in mini games like boat races and casting challenges. Players cast, jig, set the hook, and fight as if a real fish were on the other end of the line. The game takes players to some of North America’s most famous fishing hot spots and features eleven types of game fish including Largemouth, Smallmouth, Catfish, and Striped Bass as well as Northern Pike and Muskie. In addition, realistic lake bottom topography, advanced graphics, and authentic fishing gear from the Bass Pro Shops stores, all combine to offer virtual anglers the most comprehensive fishing game experience to-date.
Fishing Pole Peripheral Included – No pretending required. Cast, jig, and reel your way to the championship!

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £17.60 (Cash Converters)

The Outer Worlds – Nintendo Switch

The Outer Worlds is a new single-player first-person sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment and Private Division.
Lost in transit while on a colonist ship bound for the furthest edge of the galaxy, you awake decades later only to find yourself in the midst of a deep conspiracy threatening to destroy the Halcyon colony. As you explore the furthest reaches of space and encounter various factions, all vying for power, the character you decide to become will determine how this player-driven story unfolds. In the corporate equation for the colony, you are the unplanned variable.
Key Features –
The player-driven story RPG: In keeping with the Obsidian tradition, how you approach The Outer Worlds is up to you. Your choices affect not only the way the story develops; but your character build, companion stories, and end game scenarios.

You can be flawed, in a good way: New to The Outer Worlds is the idea of flaws. A compelling hero is made by the flaws they carry with them. While playing The Outer Worlds, the game tracks your experience to find what you aren’t particularly good at. Keep getting attacked by Raptidons? Taking the Raptiphobia flaw gives you a debuff when confronting the vicious creatures, but rewards you with an additional character perk immediately. This optional approach to the game helps you build the character you want while exploring Halcyon.

Lead your companions: During your journey through the furthest colony, you will meet a host of characters who will want to join your crew. Armed with unique abilities, these companions all have their own missions, motivations, and ideals. It’s up to you to help them achieve their goals, or turn them to your own ends.

Explore the corporate colony: Halcyon is a colony at the edge of the galaxy owned and operated by a corporate board. They control everything… except for the alien monsters left behind when the terraforming of the colony’s two planets didn’t exactly go according to plan. Find your ship, build your crew, and explore the settlements, space stations, and other intriguing locations throughout Halcyon.

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £17.60 (Cash Converters)

Splatoon 2 – Nintendo Switch

Splatoon 2 is a third-person shooter, just like its predecessor, and it also presents the same unique mechanics to the genre, like shooting ink from your guns instead of bullets, and being able to use that ink to traverse through painted zones, by turning into a squid. This squid form can move quicker through these zones, although it cannot shoot like the humanoid form. The game once again combines motion controls with the analogue stick.
Several new features are present, while maintaining the same gameplay elements of the original. There is a brand new single-player campaign, besides a local multiplayer mode due to the Switch’s ad-hoc functionality, both on the Switch console itself and on the TV. Besides classical weapons from the original game, like Splattershot, Ink Roller and Splat Charger, the game also presents the player with several new guns, like Splat Dualies, which allow for a wider range of fire. New special attacks are also introduced, being unlockable throughout the matches, including a rocket launcher with lock-on capabilities or a jetpack able to fire Inklings (the playable characters) into the sky and have them drop bombs. There also new maps exclusive to this game, making it larger than the original.

Rating – Complete

True Blue Mini – Crackhead and Weed Pack for PlayStation Classic

True Blue Mini – The Plug & Play addon for your Playstation Classic. Hours of retro fun with your friends from the glory days of the PS1!
Simply plug & play! No installation or soldering required!
Includes mini USB hub to allow both controllers simultaneously!
True Blue Mini is a simple plug & play device that adds hundreds of beloved PS1 games to your PlayStation Classic collection by simply inserting the dongle into the USB controller port of your console.
Includes a mini USB hub so you can enjoy all the fantastic 2-player games without losing your second controller!

Weed Pack Full game list :

A Bugs Life
Alfred Chicken
Alone in the Dark 2
Arc the Lad
Arc the Lad II
Arc the Lad III
Bomberman World
Broken Sword 2
Cabelas Big Game Hunter
Castlevania Chronicles
Championship Motocross
Chessmaster II
Colin McRae Rally 2.0
Colony Wars
Command and Conquer – GDI
Command and Conquer – NOD
Crisis Beat
Croc – Legend of the Gobbos
Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
Discworld II – Mortality Bites
Duke Nukem – Time to Kill
Eagle One Harrier Attack
Ehrgeiz – God Bless the Ring
F1 World Grand Prix – 1999 Season
F1 World Grand Prix 2000
Fantastic Four
Final Doom
G. Darius
Galaga Destination Earth
Galaxian 3
Gauntlet Legends
Grand Tour Racing 98
Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter Sorcerers Stone
Heart of Darkness
ISS Pro Evolution
Kartia – The Word of Fate
Kula World
Legend of Dragoon
Lost Vikings 2
Mat Hoffmans Pro BMX
MechWarrior 2
Medal of Honor – Underground
Mega Man 8
Mega Man X5
Metal Gear Solid – VR Missions
Misadventures of Tron Bonne
NBA Jam T.E.
Need for Speed III – Hot Pursuit
Ninja – Shadow of Darkness
Pink Panther – Pinkadelic Pursuit
Pong – The Next Level
Quake II
Rayman 2 – The Great Escape
Rayman Rush
Ridge Racer
Robocod – James Pond II
Rosco McQueen Firefighter Extreme
Saga Frontier 2
Sheep Raider
Sim Theme Park
Spice World
Spider-Man 2 – Enter Electro
Star Trek – Invasion
Star Wars – Masters of Teras Kasi
Star Wars – The Phantom Menace
Syndicate Wars
Tales of Destiny II
Test Drive 4
Test Drive 5
The Raiden Project
Theme Hospital
Tobal No. 1
Tom Clancys Rainbow Six
Tomb Raider – Chronicles
Tomb Raider – The Last Revelation
Toy Story 2
V-Rally 2 – Need for Speed
Valkyrie Profile
Vigilante 8
Vigilante 8 – 2nd Offense
Warcraft II – The Dark Saga
World Rally Championship Arcade
Worlds Scariest Police Chases
X-COM – Terror from the Deep
X-Com UFO Defense

Crackhead Pack Full Game List :

Azure Dreams
Blood Omen – Legacy of Kain
Brave Fencer Musashi
Breath of Fire III
Breath of Fire IV
Bust-A-Move 2 – Arcade Edition
Castlevania Symphony of the Night
Circuit Breakers
Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot 2
Crash Team Racing
Croc 2
Digimon World
Digimon World 2
Digimon World 3
Dino Crisis
Dino Crisis 2
Driver – You Are the Wheelman
Driver 2
FIFA Soccer 2005
Final Fantasy – Origins
Final Fantasy IV
Final Fantasy Tactics
Final Fantasy V
Final Fantasy VI
Final Fantasy VIII
Gex – Enter the Gecko
Gex 3 – Deep cover Gecko
Gran Turismo
Gran Turismo 2 – Arcade Mode
Gran Turismo 2 – Simulation Mode
Harvest Moon – Back to Nature
Hogs of War
Hot Shots Golf
Hot Shots Golf 2
Klonoa – Door to Phantomile
Legacy of Kain – Soul Reaver
Legend of Legaia
Legend of Mana
Madden NFL 98
Medievil II
Megaman Legends
Megaman X4
MLB 2000
NCAA March Madness 2001
Need for Speed – High Stakes
NFL Blitz
NHL Face Off
NHL Face Off 99
Oddworld – Abes Oddysee
Parappa the Rapper
Persona 2 – Eternal Punishment
Resident Evil
Resident Evil 2
Resident Evil 3 – Nemesis
Saga Frontier
Shanghai – True Valor
SimCity 2000
Simpsons Wrestling
Soul Blade
Spyro – Year of the Dragon
Spyro 2 – Riptos Rage
Spyro the Dragon
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Suikoden II
Syphon Filter
Syphon Filter 2
Tactics Ogre
Tales of Destiny
Tekken 2
Tekken 3
Tenchu – Stealth Assassins
Tenchu 2
Tetris Plus
Tiger Woods 99 – PGA Tour Golf
Tomb Raider
Tomb Raider II
Tomb Raider III
Tomba! 2 – The Evil Swine Return
Tony Hawks Pro Skater
Tony Hawks Pro Skater 2
Twisted Metal 2
Vagrant Story
Vandal Hearts
Vandal Hearts II
WCW Nitro
Wild Arms 2
Wipeout 3
Wipeout XL
WWF Smackdown! 2
Xena – Warrior Princess

Rating – Complete
Price Paid – £15 (Cash Converters)

Puma Future Rider Super Mario 64 Trainers

Relive the magical old days when our biggest concern was to save Mario’s Princess Peach, with the new Super Mario themed runner! Featuring a look that’s sure to give every Mario fan nostalgic flashbacks, the Puma Future Rider Super Mario 64 White Blue is the sneaker we didn’t know we needed!
Classic colourways from the Nintendo game’s aesthetics paint these fun sneakers. A blue overlaying panel covers the sides, over a white leather canvas, mirroring the animated character’s dungarees. Similarly, red accents represent Mario’s red cap. Beige suede overlays surround the forefoot and heels, with a brick block gracing the sides, like the ones in the game. Also, to emphasise the look, a green piped lining surrounds the entire mudguard, resembling the grass.
Finally, a white midsole sits underfoot, riding over a textured red rubber outsole. As well as offering cushioning and traction, the sole unit adds to the entire theme.

Rating – Unused
Price Paid – £89.99 (eBay)

Nintendo Game Boy Pocket – Clear

Please see here for more info

Rating – Boxed, No Manual
Price Paid – £85 (Cex)

Sonic The Hedgehog T-Shirt

This T-shirt features the classic pixelated Sonic. Give me this Sonic over the horrible looking modern Sonic any day.

Price Paid – £6 (Primark)

Street Fighter T-Shirt

This T-shirt features the Street Fighter character Ryu

Price Paid – £6 (Primark)

Sonic The Hedgehog Plush

Now I’m not saying I’m an expert at those claw machines in the amusements, but I am. Not quite sure what I’m going to do with this, but It’s a gaming related item, so it goes in the pickups.

Rating – Loose
Price Paid – £0.50p (Claw Machine Prize)

Super Mario Bros NES Cartridge Bi-Fold Wallet

Showcase your love for Super Mario Bros with this superb Super Mario Bros Bi-Fold Wallet! This unique Super Mario Bros Retro NES Cartridge Wallet is made from premium materials and is built to last and make you stand out from the crowd!

It has 5 Card Slots (Including One ID Window) and Card slots can take up to 2 cards per slot also a 80mm note area for UK 20 & Euro 100 notes to fit.

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Price Paid – £10.00 (Menkind)

A few eagle-eyed viewers may have noticed the Game Boy shaped things in the picture above, Don’t worry, all will be revealed soon.