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Roo and virtually all of Retroware will be at MAGfest soon! January 3-6, 2013 at the Gaylord National Hotel in National Harbor, MD (near Washington, D.C.) Bring your rare video games to be appraised at the Retrogame Roadshow! Email a description of your item to email@example.com to be included. Visit magfest.org for more information
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Clearly the Commodore is working overtime to make amends for his lack of anime knowledge! This is the only known photo of the cultural expedition endeavored by the Commodore at PAX East. At least the book is right side up!
As this article at EarthBound Central shows, the price for copies of EarthBound have been skyrocketing in recent years – matching the price of a good used car for complete sets in mint condition. Now, it’s true that Nintendo’s not making any more of these carts, and even a virtual console release is all but […]
Alright, guys. Here’s a project that’s perhaps one of the best things I’ve contributed to since starting the website. The Video Game Years is an exclusive RetrowareTV show that examines the history, culture, and the oddities of video game history. Much in the style of “I Love the …” shows on VH1. Hopefully we’ll have […]
The title pretty much says it all.
I always love seeing videos that can entertain and inform at the same time, and I’m really happy to share this amazing retrospective by Mark Carr (host of Indie Games Searchlight). It’s on the granddaddy of the modern independent video game – Cave Story. If you enjoyed it, I urge you to check out his […]
A fellow contributor from Blistered Thumbs, heisanevilgenius (Tom) – host of Weird Video Games – came to me not long ago with the idea of trying out each other’s format for an episode to see what we’d come up with. Well, below are the results. First up is my take on Captain Novolin for the […]
I’m dating myself here, but I’ll admit to being in college on September 11, 2001. In some ways, that was a freeing way to experience one of the pivotal moments of American (and really, world) history. I certainly could have had it worse. My wife, who was in high school at the time, had teachers […]
As some of you know, I do frequent the often disgusting, but always witty website of the folks at SomethingAwful.com since the good old days of 1999. I find the articles nowadays to be more hit than miss which means that I go there when I need a good laugh after an earthshatteringly bad day […]