BGM sources down below! A simple video talking about 50 of my “best” video game pickups in Japan so far in 2018, including what was my “holy grail” of gaming—thank you to Michael from Space Asylum for hooking me up with an awesome trade to get it. Not subscribed to him yet? Well, what are you doing with your life? No, really…anyway, I hope you’ll check him out below, and I’m including other links to things I mention in the video.

Space Asylum’s fantastic PS Vita channel (lots of imports!):

Avalanche Jared’s channel:

Karcamo’s Sailor Moon PS1 review:

Dragon’s Crown Pro super limited edition unboxing:

Surugaya pickups vid:

Music used in this video came from the following games: Gensou Suikogaiden Vol. 1 (Konami, PS1), Magical Pop’n (Pack-In-Video, Super Famicom), Final Fantasy VII (Squaresoft, PS1), The Adventure of Valkyrie (Namco, Famicom), Jet Set Radio (Sega, Dreamcast), Bayonetta (Sega, Xbox 360), Space Channel 5 (Sega, Dreamcast), Shenmue (Sega, Dreamcast), Super Scope 6 (Nintendo, Super NES), Doctor Hauzer (Panasonic, 3DO), Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (Bandai, Super Famicom), NiER (Square Enix, Xbox 360), Beautiful Katamari Damacy (Namco, Xbox 360), Pachislot Ganbare Goemon 2 (Konami, Arcade), Solatorobo (Bandai, DS), Tactics Ogre (Quest, Super Famicom), Ogre Battle 64 (Quest, N64), Chrono Trigger/Cross Arrange Album, Donkey Kong Country (Nintendo, Super NES), and NiER Automata (Square Enix, PS4).

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