A Broken Man
- Dec 20, 2004
part 2 of the interview (because it was too long in the first post):
SNK treated their consumer stuff almost as warehouse dealer. You can't find any consistency in their use of cases, bags, seals, etc. Stickering and re-stickering was like normal for them. Recalling unsold stuff from western distributors to market in on their domestic Japan was also pretty common.
SNK production line was soooo about handcraft-ship I'm almost surprised we never found dead mice in them. :-)
No consistency, capricious sell-outs, no regard for their customers whatsoever, yet, inexplicably, puking brilliance all over... ? There's a name for that: It's called a Diva.
Tha reflects the real spirit of the machine, trying to be a regular presence in the arcades worldwide.
♪ We skipped the light fandango
Turned cartwheels 'cross the floor
I was feeling kinda seasick
But the crowd called out for more ♪
Deftty made some very nice inserts.
Wow, simply WOW! Finally... put me down for one with exactly the same adhesive tape-work binding. It's so authentic and fits perfectly. Also, tell me you did include your famous treatise of the various NGH baggies (big & cut for carton, big & short-fold for vinyl, small & short-fold for later releases and small & long-fold since KoF2K etc.)