Jul 3: Masahiro Sakurai's retro gaming collection, an underwater case for Polaroid cameras and more

  1. This week Kirby and Super Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai shared a photo of his aesthetically organized video game collection which has us curious which cartridges might fit seamlessly into audio cassette storage systems. For a further look into his gaming space which includes two side-by-side TVs, head this way.
  2. On the topic of retro gaming, check out this archived video from 1992 featuring Nintendo employees working the advice hotlines and packaging up brand new Super Nintendo consoles. 
  3. Can you believe that the iPhone has only been around for 15 years? On June 29, 2007, the first iPhone went on sale. Check out this oddly nostalgic news segment from the day the iPhone released in NYC. 

  4. If you saw our post about the vintage Ikelite underwater housing for Polaroid cameras, you'll enjoy this visual of the device with some additional background info. The Ikelite YouTube account actually commented on the video with more background info -- this device was designed to work with flashcubes.
  5. We recently acquired a boatload of vintage swag from a former Fujifilm employee. There are a few swag lots left on the site for all the Fujifilm stans out there!