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    Shito's humble vault

    It's a bit old, and quite incomplete, but HERE.
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    Shito, whats the story with this collectors guide?

    wog47.jpg

    also, where is the photo of your brikinger flyer?

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    The collectors guide has been completed as for "volume-1". It's just in Italian unfortunately.

    As for the Brikinger flyer, I had it hi-res scanned. Our intention was to produce a nice JPN-style AES insert, you know, but the momentum just dried out as it often happens. :-(
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    (duplicated post, nevermind)
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shito View Post
    The collectors guide has been completed as for "volume-1". It's just in Italian unfortunately.

    As for the Brikinger flyer, I had it hi-res scanned. Our intention was to produce a nice JPN-style AES insert, you know, but the momentum just dried out as it often happens. :-(
    yeah I know, just playing around. maybe someday; I did finish making the english Ironclad logo though...

    do you have any printed copies of of the collector's guide for sale? it looks great.

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    We tried to do a little print run but... heh, just like the Brikinger thing. :-(
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    An excellent collection, dear Shito, full of purity and astonishingly preserved items. I liked your interview as well, and the parallels you draw between Metal Slug and Ghibli's finest efforts. What were your three Neo-Wonders again? Twinkle Star Sprites, Ninja Master's & Big Tournament Golf? Anyway, thanks to your very informative posts from the past, I learned a great deal about Japanese video game culture in general and the Neo-Geo in special. Thanks ;).

    Congratulations on your versatile work and your beautiful collection!

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    Yeah, Twinkle Star Sprites, Ninja Master's and BTG were those three 'minor titles' I used to play like crazy in my local arcades back when everyone was going crazy with KOF, Slugs and the first batch of 3D fighters, such as Tekken and Virtua Fighter. I love those "three wonders" (no Capcom pun intended) dearly. :-)

    Thank you for your interest and time! :-)
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shito View Post
    Thank you for your interest and time! :-)
    The pleasure is all mine.

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    Humble my arse!

    dat NG sign...
    Congrats buddy.

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    Another Italian with an immaculate collection. Very nice man.

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    Lot of buddies are selling their stuff down here though. Guess entering the 40yo-club is what entering the 30yo-club used to be for previous generations.
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    Looks.. A E S T H E T I C

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    Thanks.

    I try to keep my collection someway minimal. I've restrained my field of interest to just "strictly NEO•GEO AES JPN related stuff only". :-)

    I tend to avoid anything related to MVS, western stuff, etc. Also, I tend to avoid fanciful disposition of my own stuff. Just the basic.
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    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    magnifica collezione shito...ogni tanto mi rileggo la tua Bibbia...

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    Nice collection.

    Also interesting to see you too having those Neo Geo Land coins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamazaki View Post
    Nice collection.

    Also interesting to see you too having those Neo Geo Land coins
    i used to have the sega world trocadero coins similar to these neo geo land ones. nice memorabilia to have.

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    Dear Sir, are you by any chance @Retrogame_JP on Twitter?

    If so, congrats for your nice Japanese skills! :-)

    And, I'm coming to Germany (München, Regensburg) on the holiday season this year! :-)
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    Been waiting on the mook for 4 years now.
    All creature will die and all the things will be broken.

    Neo Geo Dip Switch wiki page

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    Heh. ;_;
    J'y gagne, dit le renard, ŕ cause de la couleur du blé...

    Mais si elle l'aimait, elle n'était libre de rien.


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    Wow, this almost look like a part of a store.. really well done !

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    Very nice and impressive collection!

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    Wow! Impressive indeed!

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    interview, google translated:

    Spoiler:
    Interview started to measure game love!

    Shito (laugh), please tell me the "first impact" with the video game.

    In 1980, in the era of the birth of the television game industry I began to be interested in TV games as a member of the Goethe tribe. It was around time I had not been to school yet. I was playing and immediately realized that there were games that seemed much more attractive than other games. All the games were Japanese games. From that time on, my impression has not changed all the time, I still think so strongly.

    Please tell us the most unique episode in your gamer life.

    It is undeniably the day when I was greeted as a fan at SNK Playmore's headquarters in Esaka. While talking to me, SNK staff was surprised that I knew everything from SNK 's game production, history and every detail to far out of my imagination. Perhaps you saw me as the best fans of SNK ... (laugh).

    Which is the most important game for you?

    It may be difficult to name concrete titles. But it is one word to say reliably. That is "Neo Geo". I feel that the game machine represents the gamer's experience and the story that I am the most representative.

    What do you think Japanese games have added value to Western games?

    First of all, I think that it is very different in style. Japanese graphics style focuses on styling, designing, symbolism rather than realism. Therefore, in the early days of video games, when hard limitations were many, very attractive sprites were made. I believe that the creative style in Japan has reached such an area that Westerners can not enter and has created distinctive descriptive power.

    Do you want Japanese manufacturers to make sequels and remakes of which games?

    My beloved NeoGeo is considered as an experience that was completed at the time. From now on, there will be no point in keeping asking for new work for that hard. In other words, I would like to see the sequel of "The King of Fighters XIII". In that game, I think that SNK Playmore created a new masterpiece, reached outstanding artistry, and succeeded in rebuilding not only the series but also the fight genre.

    Although it is a totally different game, I hope for the long time since the sequel of Sega's "Burning Ranger" comes. For example, I think that two screens and 3DS utilizing touch operation are very suitable for this game.

    What do you think the current game has lost compared to past games?

    I think that is the necessity of designing. We believe that human art arises from the necessity of circumventing technical limitations. Naturally, if you lose all technical limitations, you will reach ordinary realism. However, I think there is no art in the realism itself.

    Art is born by wrist of an artist who depicts reality symbolically through a brush. It is painting, manga, animation, or video game. The 2D stage is an obvious graphic design of reality that is originally 3D. I think that designing the pattern will lead to the unique nature and descriptive power of the video game.

    Let's get into the topic of Neo Geo in full swing. Why did you first touched it?

    Just like the rest of the world gamers, the first time I learned about Neo Geo was when I met MVS for the game center. To be precise, in 1991, MVS debuted the following year. I just started to go to high school. I still remember everything clearly like yesterday's thing.

    One day, I discovered "Magician Road", "Cyber ​​Lip", "Sengoku Transfer" and "King of the Monsters" at the small game center which was the only one in my small town where I lived. That game's style caught my interest instantaneously. And when the fighting game boom began, the "founder" of SNK's famous series such as "Fatal Fury", "Ryuu Tiger Fist", "SAMURAI SPIRITS" came. From that time on, I became an enthusiastic fan!

    What characteristics did you most love about the neo - geo games?

    From the first moment SNK game's unique style attracted me. I liked the game from a young age, but I always found a "plus α" worthy value for NeoGeo games. There was a pop design and a dark street culture-like trace.

    At that time, I did not know anything about Osaka's American village, and I could not grasp the "quotation" that was in "Burning Fight". Still, the darkness of SNK work was transmitted. I could not buy it with my own money, but I also knew that Neo Geo was used as a home system.

    I think that having any game (not a transplant version) with the game center at their own house was a forbidden dream of any Gersen tribe at that time. In other words, NeoGeo was born to realize the dream, it became legendary for the Gersen like me. "Let 's take a great game, let' s go home.

    Are there any favorite games and series in NeoGeo's lineup?

    The work that feels the most emotional ties is "The King of Fighters". I am an absolute fan of Kyo Kusanagi. I especially liked the epic element which was the background of the pretext of the tournament, which can be thought of as the interpretation of the "eight huge big snake" myth. At that time also strongly interested in Japanese history and culture, an epic background attracted me even more.

    Moreover, "KOF" thinks that it was modern all the time, unlike "Fatal Fury" and "Fist of the Dragon Tiger" that had been aesthetically showing strong ties to the 1980s movies and Yankee fashion. "KOF" was really a product of the 1990s! Likewise, the series I loved so much was "SAMURAI SPIRITS". The reason is the same. It is a reason for Japanese culture and history to love.

    What do you think is the difference between SNK and another manufacturer's fighting game?

    I think that SNK is always a manufacturer sensitive to "attractiveness of products" to designs and users. In other words, rather than refining gaming, SNK thinks that aesthetic factors have been respected up to the limit. As an example, at Athena (ATHENA), as the design of the character clearly shows, we adopted the fashion called "Bikini Armor" which began with the boom of "Yendai war record Leda". In addition, at 'Psycho Soldier' ​​which is the sequel to 'Athena', SNK showed the song with the first singing voice in the history of the arcade game.

    Terry ď˝· Bogard's Yankee fashion, characters that fight in uniforms and school runs reminiscent of the 1990s, techno and gothic fashion listed by "KOF '99" and "KOF 2000", SNK is not only an enthusiastic geek but also a casual gamer I have made only characters that will get favorable. Through the aesthetic evolution of neo-geo games, you can estimate fashion and style that young people gather every year from Osaka's street.

    When did the hobby named NeoGio collector began?

    When I was a young man, it was impossible to buy neo - geo. Because, in consideration at the time of the day, one cartridge was over 60,000 yen. For me who was just a student, it was a dream I could not imagine very much. In high school and college years I was playing in the game NeoGeo in the gamesen. And I endured it with a ported version of Sega Saturn, my favorite game machine.

    In 2000, I became a full-fledged social worker, started work and earned income. Since I had not gone to gohseen anymore, I started collecting NeoGeo cartridges in the second hand market to realize that dream of the past. The more the game software gathered, the stronger the desire of complete completion.

    It seems that your collection is made up of Japanese version of game software and various items, but did not you think to collect game software of Western version, for example?

    Neo Geo is an SNK game machine. In other words, it is a Japanese company, and all developers are Japanese. I know that there is an official Western version, but I think that it does not have originality or purity, that is, the original essence. What I am interested in is the most "telling the truth" of loved ones. In order to feel the essence, I had to go back to the origin by all means. Origin, that which symbolizes the truth. Speaking of Japanese video games, it was a Japanese game software.

    Is it difficult to get the Japanese version of NeoGeo's game software etc in Italy?

    As I said earlier, I started collecting the game of NeoGeo in 2000. At that time, the used market of the game was already very active on the Internet. Contacts with Japan that we have been building year by year also helped us. In that year, a retro game boom in Japan was about to start, for reasons related to gamer generation change. In the 1980s and 1990s gamers like myself became a fine society person, now I think that there was such a boom as the environment for setting up a hobby called the NeoGeo collection is in place.

    Which items are most difficult to obtain as a collector and are proud?

    Even now, it is a well-known fact that certain neo-geo game software is expensive. Obtaining such items was never easy. Also it was difficult to find very old game software in a good preservation state. Still, not only did he completed all the complete game software and hardware collection, but also the rare item named after Neo Geo was available.

    For example, we have "RENTAL OPTION TOOLS" such as "Rental Plate" for stores and "Renting Rope". I believe this item has genuine historical value for me. I feel that owning that item gives the collection a museum-like added value. I am really proud.

    I heard that I wrote a book called "NEO GEO COLLECTOR'S BIBLE", but would you explain what it is?

    "NEO GEO COLLECTOR'S BIBLE" is a book I wrote amateurly. As the title suggests, it deals with many themes related to the NeoGeo collection. While collecting all the material, data and information related to neojyo year by year, I noticed that there are many data that would confuse the history of this game system on the Internet.

    For example, many people in Europe and the United States seem to have misunderstood that MVS was released before the NeoGeo for home use. But that is wrong. The two systems are on sale at the same time. Actually, there seems to be unclear information in Japan.

    So, I gathered formal information on my own and decided to put it in one book. In order to confirm each data, I gathered game magazines of the time, flyers for advertisement, documents and so on. While making full use of my publishing industry experience, I was able to realize graphically attractive books, working together with friends with the same hobby.

    As for the layout of this book, I was inspired by the then Japanese Mook (a book between books and magazines). The goal of this book is to spread the culture called NeoGio in Italy. At the present stage I made more than 100 Vol. 1, but in order to complete the work, I'd like to write Vol.


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    part 2 of the interview (because it was too long in the first post):

    Spoiler:
    What do you think is the difference between SNK and another manufacturer's fighting game?

    I think that SNK is always a manufacturer sensitive to "attractiveness of products" to designs and users. In other words, rather than refining gaming, SNK thinks that aesthetic factors have been respected up to the limit. As an example, at Athena (ATHENA), as the design of the character clearly shows, we adopted the fashion called "Bikini Armor" which began with the boom of "Yendai war record Leda". In addition, at 'Psycho Soldier' ​​which is the sequel to 'Athena', SNK showed the song with the first singing voice in the history of the arcade game.

    Terry ď˝· Bogard's Yankee fashion, characters that fight in uniforms and school runs reminiscent of the 1990s, techno and gothic fashion listed by "KOF '99" and "KOF 2000", SNK is not only an enthusiastic geek but also a casual gamer I have made only characters that will get favorable. Through the aesthetic evolution of neo-geo games, you can estimate fashion and style that young people gather every year from Osaka's street.

    When did the hobby named NeoGio collector began?

    When I was a young man, it was impossible to buy neo - geo. Because, in consideration at the time of the day, one cartridge was over 60,000 yen. For me who was just a student, it was a dream I could not imagine very much. In high school and college years I was playing in the game NeoGeo in the gamesen. And I endured it with a ported version of Sega Saturn, my favorite game machine.

    In 2000, I became a full-fledged social worker, started work and earned income. Since I had not gone to gohseen anymore, I started collecting NeoGeo cartridges in the second hand market to realize that dream of the past. The more the game software gathered, the stronger the desire of complete completion.

    It seems that your collection is made up of Japanese version of game software and various items, but did not you think to collect game software of Western version, for example?

    Neo Geo is an SNK game machine. In other words, it is a Japanese company, and all developers are Japanese. I know that there is an official Western version, but I think that it does not have originality or purity, that is, the original essence. What I am interested in is the most "telling the truth" of loved ones. In order to feel the essence, I had to go back to the origin by all means. Origin, that which symbolizes the truth. Speaking of Japanese video games, it was a Japanese game software.

    Is it difficult to get the Japanese version of NeoGeo's game software etc in Italy?

    As I said earlier, I started collecting the game of NeoGeo in 2000. At that time, the used market of the game was already very active on the Internet. Contacts with Japan that we have been building year by year also helped us. In that year, a retro game boom in Japan was about to start, for reasons related to gamer generation change. In the 1980s and 1990s gamers like myself became a fine society person, now I think that there was such a boom as the environment for setting up a hobby called the NeoGeo collection is in place.

    Which items are most difficult to obtain as a collector and are proud?

    Even now, it is a well-known fact that certain neo-geo game software is expensive. Obtaining such items was never easy. Also it was difficult to find very old game software in a good preservation state. Still, not only did he completed all the complete game software and hardware collection, but also the rare item named after Neo Geo was available.

    For example, we have "RENTAL OPTION TOOLS" such as "Rental Plate" for stores and "Renting Rope". I believe this item has genuine historical value for me. I feel that owning that item gives the collection a museum-like added value. I am really proud.

    I heard that I wrote a book called "NEO GEO COLLECTOR'S BIBLE", but would you explain what it is?

    "NEO GEO COLLECTOR'S BIBLE" is a book I wrote amateurly. As the title suggests, it deals with many themes related to the NeoGeo collection. While collecting all the material, data and information related to neojyo year by year, I noticed that there are many data that would confuse the history of this game system on the Internet.

    For example, many people in Europe and the United States seem to have misunderstood that MVS was released before the NeoGeo for home use. But that is wrong. The two systems are on sale at the same time. Actually, there seems to be unclear information in Japan.

    So, I gathered formal information on my own and decided to put it in one book. In order to confirm each data, I gathered game magazines of the time, flyers for advertisement, documents and so on. While making full use of my publishing industry experience, I was able to realize graphically attractive books, working together with friends with the same hobby.

    As for the layout of this book, I was inspired by the then Japanese Mook (a book between books and magazines). The goal of this book is to spread the culture called NeoGio in Italy. At this stage, I made more than 100 Vol. 1, but in order to complete the work I am planning to write Vol.

    Do you have any proud knowledge about Neo Geo's world?

    NeoGeo's enthusiastic fans knows everything and I think it's almost impossible to surprise. (Laugh) How about this? "Metal slug" will surely be inspired by Mr. Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata's work. Especially, I think that the influence of animation "seeing my mother and three thousand miles" was great.

    Like the "metal slug", the hero of this animation is called Marco Rossi and Fio? Germi. Even Peppino, Mark's white monkey, will appear in "Metal Slug". Moreover, the original tells the story of Mark coming to the Andean. The Andean has a plateau called "Nasca". That is the name of the manufacturer who developed it.

    There are others. Probably the style of the design of rides of World War II seen in "metal slag" may have been influenced by Miyazaki Hayao's manga "Miscellaneous Note" published in the magazine "Model Graphix" I am thinking.

    In addition, developers of "Metal Slug" are working on "KOF '94" before that, I think that the background of the Italian team stage is reminiscent of the last scene of "Red Pig". By the way, the main character also said Marco and Fio with this animation. It's a coincidence! (Lol).

    How are you envisioning the future of the famous game series of Neo Geo and SNK Playmore?

    Neo Geo occupies a very important position in the history of game history in the heart of the same generation of the Gersen tribe. Neo Geo's heritage is in charming characters and game series that SNK has created.

    However, since the masterpieces are very strong with stylistic traces and are deeply rooted in the background at the time, I think that it is very difficult to peel off the classicality and modernize it.

    In that sense, "KOFXIII" is a game like a miracle that is impressed every time you play. I hope that "KOFX III" is the foundation for continuing the tradition of fighting 2D fight fighting from now on.

    Finally, please give me your message to Japan's most respectable game creator!

    This is the message I would like to send to all Japanese game designers. I do not want you to think that the first condition for Japanese work to succeed all over the world is to focus on overseas. I think exactly the opposite. Think of it as a Japanese, always have the courage to make! Westerners like me caught up with Japanese animation, manga, and games because there was a unique "taste" by the matrix of Japan.

    For example, Mr. Hayao Miyazaki, who is loved all over the world, is always thinking as a Japanese artist and has offered his creativity to Japanese audiences. That is why his work keeps a unique taste. We believe that purity of every recipe should be preserved and protected.

    Even cuisine will be so. If you add a lot of ingredients and seasonings, you can only make mixtures with unknown taste. Even paintings, if you have too many colors, you will get the same results. I would like Japanese video games to continue to be "Japanese video games" with their own "color" and "taste" all the time! Through Japanese games, I hope that Westerners will continue to find Japanese culture and enrich as human beings. Like me! (Lol).

    Mr. Guertiero, thank you very much for today! Keep on playing with your favorite Neo Geo!

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