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Desc:Mike Levy and a variety of 80s WWF stars host a fake video game tournament.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Video Games
Tags:Nintendo, hulk hogan, Mike Levy, Color Dreams, Maxivision
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heh. it never shipped, and this infomercial only played once
Great find. This NES cart came out in 1992 (pruned to 15 games), but the SNES was released in 1991. The game was 0 at a time when the NES was 0 and the SNES 0.
If the unlicensed multicart itself was a disaster, this infomercial's an adorable catastrophe.
Hey it's only /game! BARGAIN

Also I find their claim that each individual game is worth rather dubious. Okay, there was the price-gouging scam going on at the time (I remember getting a coupon as part of some class-action settlement about that in the early 90s) but still, I don't remember top-tier NES games ever costing more than or so.

Testicles of Doom
I distinctly remember Double Dragon II was about , bu that's the highest one I remember.

Do NOT join the World Game Federation.
If this video teaches you anything, it's that being a Galactic Immigration Office is much harder than it's reputation suggests.

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