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Konami game commercials you grew up with and still love

October 3, 2015

Oh where oh where has the time gone? You wake up one morning and realize a pain in your side that wasn't there before. Still there is no harm in trying to recapture past glory is there? In the world of gaming there will always be commercials, but none like the ones you grew up with and still love.

Konami game commercials have to be among some of the best and one of a kind out there, and even a bit funny to boot.

I remember waking up Saturday morning, and getting excited to watch my favorite cartoon shows. One of them being the Super Mario Bros Super show and Captain N - The Game Master.

The second one mainly because it featured a rather unusual portrayal of Simon Belmont from the Castlevania series, and every now and then Bayou Billy would spring up and make an appearance, so Konami had somewhat of a hand in the toons of yesterday as well.

Generations come and go, and along with it all good things must end. Or do they? Thanks to the birth of the Internet many of those days can still be relived, even the cartoon shows mentioned above thanks to a well known format called YouTube of course.

That and some interesting commercials you'll see below. Take a look at them and add your comments in the section below. If you have any Konami related videos you think should be added to this list, then feel free to post about it and I'll consider it for inclusion.

From top to bottom:

NBA In The Zone '98

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Star Wars Collection

Suikoden IV


Metal Gear Solid - The Twin Snakes

Akumajou Dracula [Castlevania] Famicom Disk System

Silent Hill 2

Bayou Billy

Rocket Knight Adventures

Gradius [Famicom]

Super Contra [NES]

Ganbare Goemon! Karakuri Dōchū [Legend of the Mystical Ninja]


I know, a blast from the past right? For you younger folks out there, this is the kind of commercials we grew up with. Gone are those days, but still worth remembering.

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