The last part of our giant test of the Famicom games we got in a recent unboxing.
Continuing the trawl through the pile of Famicom games that we received during a Japanese unboxing.
We received a whole bunch of Famicom games in a recent unboxing, so let’s test them all.
We take a look at the Japanese train simulator, Densha de Go! 64 using the dedicated controller on the Nintendo 64.
We take a look at the 3D beat-em-up, Bio Freaks on the Nintendo 64.
Attempt two to test a load of FDS games that we got from a Japanese auction, our first attempt resulted in our Famicom Twin breaking down.
We take a look at the first of the Famicom Grand Prix games, F1 Race.
Our last big Japan unboxing for awhile, only a few items but one especially nice one.
Japanese Delivery Unboxing
We buy a lot of stuff from japan using the middle-man service provided by Buyee.jp (other services do exist, this is just our favourite).
Remember, if you buy from a different country you *might* be subject to customs charges when it enters your home country. If you’re unlucky you’ll get a pretty vindictive customs agent who checks prices on eBay to calculate costs rather than what you actually paid for the item – so be careful.
Two unboxings one video
We get a couple of deliveries from Japan and then open them up. We turned the camera on in case someone wanted to watch that.