See more at FamicomDojo.TV: http://famicomdojo.tv Back at Tokyo Game Show in 2011, we reviewed the AppBlaster iPhone peripheral and the game Ghost Catcher. It was a neat idea and kinda fun, but we never followed up on it. Flash forward 10 months, and Vinnk runs into a shelf full of them while out shopping in Japan. Get your own copy (if you can in your region): http://www.apptoyz.com/products/#tab-1b Famicom Dojo on the Go is a new video segment for reviewing video game products and esoterica that we encounter while out and about the consumer-driven economy. Sometimes amazing, sometimes downright weird, you never know what you're going to get -- and neither do we! Follow: http://twitter.com/famicomdojo http://facebook.com/famicomdojo
If your classic gaming skills and knowledge are weak, train them at the Famicom Dojo! Follow the roots of the multi-billion dollar industry with its forefathers into Japan, as consoles and games exploded onto foreign shores. Learn why cartridge games needed batteries to save your progress, or why cartridges were even used at all! Why do some games have passwords? Why didn't games and consoles have the same names when they went to the US or Europe? If you seek answers, this is the show for you!