When it comes to quirky fashion and accessories, I strut down the runway of life. Coincidentally, most of my horrific items are Sega-related products, like my Mega Drive bag (similar to this one) or the Dreamcast controller backpack I covet. I'm pretty sure my life would be complete with one of those babies. But these new Sega 3D Classics T-shirts take the tackiest slice of cake and throw it on the ground. Then they throw the rest of the cake on the ground too, dancing around it and singing "Samba de Janeiro." Welcome to the real world, fashionistas.
These shirts are being sold on the Japanese Geek Life store and will run you 6,480 yen, which is roughly $62.74 apiece. You could just about buy a game with that much money, but if you could look fresh to death like this why would you ever let that idea cross your mind? And if you don't like the shirts pictured above, there are some low-key options to choose from as well, like the Altered Beast or Space Harrier silhouettes, if you're not into loud clothing like I am. They're still cool. Pretty garish, but that's part of their charm! What's more, it looks like Geek Life ships outside of Japan. You know what that means, right? Get it in.
I thought I was tacky carrying around my NES "purse" (a hollowed out NES that likes to fall open and spill all its contents), but if I picked up this fabulous Space Harrier number or this Galaxy Force 2 shirt, I feel like my tackiness levels could finally go off the rails and start rappin' COOL. And I'm okay with that. I'm okay with that.
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