TTi ‘treasures’

A few months ago, I discovered the following TTi promo videos (along with a number of other gaming goodies) while digging through my old bedroom closet:

As you can hopefully discern, the one on the left was used to promote Hudson’s Lords of Thunder while the one on the right was used to push the TurboGrafx-16 and TurboDuo systems as well as a whole slew of HuCard and CD releases.

Anyway, here’s the “classic” Lords of Thunder video:

And here are some links to the similarly cheesy–er, classic–“TurboDuo Game System and CD Software” video. (It’s been divided into three segments. Here’s the first, here’s the second and here’s the third.)

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5 responses to “TTi ‘treasures’

  1. Sadly i passed up a cheap new copy of the Lords vhs a couple years ago at a midwest game show. Got out of the “get it just to have it” awhile ago…and no vcr kinda made it moot. LOL

  2. Yeah, I know what you mean, nectarsis. I wasn’t going to bring them home with me — as I don’t have a VCR either — but then I thought, “Well, I could write up a blog post about them, at the very least, or take photos of them and put them on Flickr.” 🙂

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