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Seth Meyers Gets Nostalgic for Off Duty Ninja and Other Video Games of His Youth

There’s nothing easier to be nostalgic about than the toys of our youth — which explains, at least partially, why most people still think Cabbage Patch Kids were not utterly horrifying — and even ‘Late Night‘ host Seth Meyers is prone to such skewed memories.

Recently, Meyers pillaged his childhood home (as demanded by his mom) for some of his old toys. He hit the jackpot when he unearthed his “Jorbus,” a Montgomery Ward-made video game console that came with its own unique spin on some classic video game tropes. Want to know what ninjas do in their off-time? Let Jorbus show you.

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