Trend: Celebrities Signing Retro Games

Ralph Macchio

The Karate Kid is once again in the popular consciousness with the success of Cobra Kai. The show's roots go way back to 80's as evidenced by this NES Game Pak signed by the Karate Kid himself.

Kane Hodder (Jason Voorhees)

Comic and Horror Convention regular Kane Hodder has seen an uptick in fans asking him to sign old NES games.

There's no doubt that signed retro games are fun, the only question is if it's best to sign the box, cartridge, or a printed screenshot.

Mike Tyson

What better decor for the game room than a signed photo from Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! by the man himself?

Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! is one of the most iconic games of the NES-era.

Get one of these signed photos in a custom frame and it's a guaranteed knock out worthy of a place on the wall.

Magic Johnson

Before NBA2K, kids were enjoying two on two action on Magic Johnson's Fast Break. It was one of the few four player games on the system, but one of many sports games featuring star athletes.

Willow will soon get its own TV series on Disney+. Back in the 80's the movie got a lot of love and even inspired a NES game. Here you see copies of that game signed by Willow actor Warwick Davis.

Warwick Davis

Christopher  Lloyd

Getting a photo signed is great, but there is something to be said about getting an autograph on a retro game instead.  It's an instant display piece that can't help but command attention!

Bernthal first played The Punisher in 2017—27 years after the release of the comic-inspired NES game. That hasn't stopped fans from asking him to sign their games though.

Jon Bernthal

Peter Weller

RoboCop is the prefect melding of man and machine. But signed video games are the pinnacle of autographs and retro-chique. RoboCop actor Peter Weller frequently signs for Streamily where fans send games like this for him to sign.

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