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This stylish 8-bit Tie looks just like what Mario wore to his high-school graduation. The Tie has pixelated design and jaggy edges that complete the 8-bit look. It features a clip-on design that makes it very easy wear with any type of clothing, so even a t-shirts will do. So by wearing the 8-bit tie you’ll be the envy of the office or, at least, you’ll get tons of attention. You’ll be just like Mario when he wore a tie to meetings when negotiating his contact with Nintendo, if he ever had to. Sure the Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360 are out there with all their super technology, but sometimes it’s nice to remember the beginnings of the video game revolution. Viva la 8-bit!

The Cool Retro-style 8-bit Tie will cost you $19.99.

So Mario here we come equipped with 8-bit ties…

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Now you can wake to the soothing sounds of Super Mario Bros. with the Nintendo Controller Alarm Clock. Shaped like the classic NES controller we all know and love this portable alarm clock features a LCD display and retro game sounds. It even has a built in mini-game… score high enough and unlock a “secret” alarm sound. These cool little clocks are limited edition items imported from Japan and are guaranteed cheaper than PS3.

Features
– Alarm clock looks like a classic NES (Famicom in Japan) Controller
– Use the D-Pad and buttons to change modes and set the alarm
– Alarm sounds from Super Mario Bros.
– Built-in mini-game
– Score high enough in the mini-game and unlock another alarm sound.
– Built-in Stand
– Dimensions: 5″ x 2″ x .8″
– Requires 2 AAA Batteries. Not Included.

The price of the NES clock is $24.99.

If you are interested in getting a Nintendo Controller Alarm Clock…

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In the olden days of gaming, when quarters were a hot commodity and color graphics were the newest innovation, one name stood out as king: Atari. The games were visually simple, but still retain their hold as some of the most challenging and fun games ever created. Sadly, it’s just too difficult to carry around an Atari system and a bag of cartridges and controllers (both joystick and paddle) with you wherever you go. So, we’ve found a pocket sized solution.

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Each keychain has a secret – they contain real games. Plug in the included 6 foot cable (on a battery powered reel) into the keychain and your TV , and you really can enjoy the games of yesteryear. Yes, you read that right: these keychains contain real Atari games, and are fully playable!

Here’s how the games break down:
* Joystick 1 – Asteroids and Millipede
* Joystick 2 – Centipede and Yar’s Revenge
* Paddle – Pong, Breakout, and Warlords

Each keychain comes with a separate pocket size reel that holds six feet of cord and RCA jacks (included). Powered by 3 AAA batteries (not included). Single player only.

The price of the Atari 2600 Keychains is $14.99

If you can’t wait to get one of these “portable consoles”…


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