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History of Sega Consoles

Sega 16-bit
December 29, 2021

The Japanese video game company Sega was one of the major players in the industry’s foundation. While it experienced success developing arcade games, most know Sega for its timeless stories and iconic characters. Few of today’s gamers have ever gotten their hands on one of the various Sega consoles.  Unless you lived through it, you […]

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5 of the Best Vintage Video Game Consoles 

woman holding a white wireless video game controller
July 22, 2020

Video gaming is one of the modern world’s most popular pastimes. Even with all of the realistic graphics and the advancements in modern systems, vintage gaming systems are still being collected and enjoyed to this day. Whether you feel a sense of nostalgia towards them because you played them growing up or are just fascinated […]

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10 Reasons Why Playing Video Games is Good for Your Brain

man in red shirt playing video games
March 20, 2020

From action-packed shooter games to challenging strategy games, we love a good video game. As technology advances and game developers keep creating fresh content, there seems to be a new game to try every day. Luckily for gamers like us, there are many benefits to playing video games that will encourage you to keep playing […]

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A Guide to Collecting Video Games

Various video games
February 7, 2018

Collecting video games is a labor of love. Video games have survived their trial period of being a fad, becoming an integral part of life and world commerce. They are one of earth’s biggest industries, with over 2 billion users and $100 billion in sales. For many of us, they are our favorite pastime. The […]

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Retro Video Games That Are Making a Comeback

Nintendo retro video game console
October 18, 2017

Everything old is new again! In a world of “Mass Effect,” “Skyrim” and “Call of Duty” — hyper-realistic, heavily detailed games that transport you to another world — you might think there’s no room for your old favorites. But nostalgia for these games of yesteryear lives on — especially since mobile provides the perfect format […]

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Maximum Carnage has spread to Record Head!

Maximum Carnage at Record Head
July 20, 2016

We have recently acquired used copies of the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo classic Maximum Carnage for $15 and $25, respectively. Maximum Carnage is a single player side scrolling beat-um-up game that came out September of 94’. This game is based on the 1993 14 issue comic made by Marvel. In this game Cletus Kasady […]

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