| 73Q Music Videos | Vote On Clips | Submit | Login   |

Reddit Digg Stumble Facebook
Category:Video Games, Advertisements
Tags:Tiger, 90s, electronics, Batman Returns
View Ratings
Register to vote for this video

People Who Liked This Video Also Liked:
Ice Cream Ninja
Star Trek Generations – Data drinking scene
Neon Maniacs Trailer
Bic Banana commercial starring Charles Nelson Reilly
Kure Kure Takora - Fashion Designer
Cellphone company QUALCOMM uses pigeon hybrids as cellphone network
The Dating Guy
Psychiatry: An Industry of Death
They'll never stop The Simpsons
Britain's Got Talent - Sparks
Comment count is 20
Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-03-06
This was after Gameboy, too.
Harveyjames - 2009-03-06
It's amazing how long these things held on for. I had a couple of these when I was a kid, too.
Camonk - 2009-03-06
But it doesn't even fit in his pocket. He takes one step, that thing is gonna fall right out.
YakooMarkTwo - 2009-03-06
Tiger Games, you simultaneously hold a dear and dire place in my heart. They really should have shown the kid holding the damn thing at a weird 37-degree angle to see the screen right and then chucking it against the wall because there were only like 3 animations for when things fly at you and more often than not, it really didn't matter WHEN you hit a button, the game decided on it's own if the bullet struck you or not.
imairlax - 2009-03-06
100% with you, i LOVED these awful little devices when i was a kid. my favorites were thunder strike, in which your poorly animated helicopter had to blow up a bunch of poorly animated tanks, and ninja gaiden, wherein your poorly animated ninja threw poorly animated shirukens at various poor animations. this is a thematic comment.

uekibachi - 2009-03-06
i had that game. and that boy's hairdo
biclops - 2009-03-06
I like how the kid is reciting the Penguin's lines. He has learned that it's more rewarding to cheer on the stupid bullets and obstacles of a Tiger handheld than attempting to actually control the thing.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-03-06
They should have had him recite Catwoman's lines too.

Xenocide - 2009-03-06
Can YOU overcome the challenge of poorly spliced-in movie footage?
kennydra - 2009-03-06
Man, weren't these like a free toy in happy meals or something? I had a few of em. Absolutely god awful.
snothouse - 2009-03-06
Why is this awkward? Is Heath Leger playing the kid? Oh, and if you think these games LOOKED bad, you should hear the sound effects.
cognitivedissonance - 2009-03-06





*battery dies*

themilkshark - 2009-03-06
Man, back in the 90's I couldn't get enough of Penguin's many quotable lines.
Jeff Fries - 2009-03-06

endlesschris - 2009-03-06
I just threw this out. Like literally two days ago I found this exact handheld in a drawer and tossed it in the trash.
Prickly Pete - 2009-03-06
I had the horrible Mega Man 2 and Mega Man 3 versions of these games when I was a youth. Now I have a damn near perfect port of Mega Man 3 on my cell phone. The future is now...
KnowFuture - 2009-03-06
I had the Pac-Man one that was actually lit up and in different colors and was designed to look like a mini standup arcade game. The sound effects were blaring and horrible (even to me as a ten year old) and you couldn't turn them off. My favorite of the old handheld games though was this racing game put out by Tomy that ran on you winding it up instead of batteries.
Keefu - 2009-03-06
Oh my, that haircut.
paranex - 2009-03-06
I remember stealing like half a dozen of these with my friend at K-Mart one summer. We'd just cut 'em out of the plastic bubble-casing with a fishing knife. I'd wear my Z. Cavaricci pants with the huge pockets and we'd steal anything Batman or Ninja Turtles-related. Then we'd go listen to 2 Live Crew tapes and drink Crystal Pepsi.
DrVital - 2009-03-07

Register or login To Post a Comment

Video content copyright the respective clip/station owners please see hosting site for more information.
Privacy Statement