Posted by marc August 08, 2016
Toys based on video games were surprisingly hard to come by in the '80s and '90s. So my jaw would have dropped as a kid if I saw photo of last week's "16 Bit Models" show in Akihabara. The event featured both DIY kits and fully assembled and painted retail models, but the unifying theme was old video games. Xevious, Darius, R-Type, Cyberbots, Tower of Druaga, and plenty more were all represented. Check out photos below and even more at the source!
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