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Top 10 Hardest Video Games

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This is a Top 10 Hardest Games List of Games I’ve Beaten over the years… FULL to the brim of games featured on Top 10 lists, except I talk about what it’s like to actually FINISH these brutal challenges since I tackled the majority of these games over the courseRead More …

Beating & Reviewing: Cybernoid (NES)

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If you enjoyed this video on Cybernoid, feel free to check out all of the other tough featured games on MarMax Gaming. Plus, unique obscure niche videos on completed Demo/Kiosk copies for N64, SNES, and Gameboy! Along with many others… hope you have fun! MarMax GamingI am a passionate gamerRead More …

Beating & Reviewing: Contra & Super C

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MarMax gaming tackles Contra and Super C without using the Konami code. Check out the full review of both games. MarMax GamingI am a passionate gamer that works 55 hours a week. I got my start on the “Gnarly Gamers” and then “Retrosnow” channels. After 5 or 6 videos postedRead More …

The Retro Takes Us Down Memory Lane With The Nintendo Playchoice 10

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As a kid in the 90’s, the hairs underneath my mullet would stand up every time I walked past an arcade machine. It didn’t matter if it was a single machine at the local 7-11, or a grand arcade in the mall. Although I rarely had money to play anyRead More …

Retro Trades: Trading, Buying, And Selling Made Easy

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Introducing Retro Trades! The world’s newest gaming community that was built by, and for, retro gamers and collectors. Retro Trades set out to build a website where retro gaming fans could come together to trade or even buy and sell their games. This isn’t your average Offer-Up, Let-Go, or FacebookRead More …

Vintage Mario Cabinets & Shelving

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Check out these beautiful Mario themed cabinets Nintendo released in 1989. Some of the coolest Nintendo merchandise came from that year. Nintendo put their name on almost every household item imaginable. They had Nintendo cereal, dixie cups, ceiling fans, toy chests, board games, phones, cookie jars, plates, cups, party supplies, radios,Read More …

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