The 90s were a magical time for card games. Somehow, we managed to get a high-quality release every year or so, and many of the card games that emerged were related to other media that we enjoyed. Not every game was great or original, but the sheer variety of cards appealed to tons of people.
Games from your childhood that PROVE that 1985-1990 was the BEST time to be a kid Toy marketing may have peaked in the late 80s and early 90s. Back before you could skip commercials, and when not every household had a game console inside, non-screen-based entertainment was an absolute necessity. Sure, GI Joe and TMNT
If you grew up in a strictly religious household or a vaguely religious one like me, then you have probably heard a parent say, “I don’t want that in my house. It’s for them Satan worshippers. The devil is in those books/movies/card games/music.” This might not be so much of a thing for people born
Video games were becoming more mainstream in the 1990s. A larger number of households had a console at home, and people were still flooding into arcades. As video games continued to gain popularity, moviemakers looking to capitalize on the biggest hits started writing scripts. The results were awesome. And I mean “awesome” in both the
Time will tell, I suppose. In the meantime, it is very difficult to find where to buy Masters of the Universe Origins toys. But I’ve been obsessing over this topic since the line was announced, so maybe I can help you find what you’re looking for.
If you forgot (or never knew) about Hasbro’s bizarre Mortal Kombat toys, you’d be forgiven. Fans were not impressed by the cash grab, and they fell into obscurity. So let’s dig ’em up! Almost everyone that played video games in the early 1990s knows about Mortal Kombat. Not only was it a very good fighting