Hunter Pence plays old video games.
And loves it.
Many people in Pence's age group — he was born in 1983, just in time to play the likes of "Tecmo Super Bowl," "Baseball Stars" and "Golf" as a young child — will recognize these cartridges. And, possibly, already be taking deep breaths in preparation to blow on the game in order to get their Nintendo to work.
Pence is also claiming that these were HIS old games, rescued from a former abode. So we have an idea of his personality: not too sports-heavy, with all of the classics represented.
There's Super Mario Bros. 3 and Megaman 2, widely considered two of the finer video games. There's Tecmo Super Bowl, a favorite of any preteen boy of his era, and — in perhaps an eerie moment of premonition — Baseball Stars.
And, fittingly of the man who brought a WWE war cry to Major League Baseball, there's Pro Wrestling.
About the only quibble a classic gamer could come up with: No Zelda??