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Playthrough Gaming Convention 2022 March 19th-20th

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Playthrough is a two day gaming convention taking place in Raleigh, North Carolina. It’s a weekend long extravaganza showcasing the latest games and providing an opportunity for gamers to meet others who share their passion. Whether you are interested in video games, eSports, tabletop games, or play testing new creations,Read More …

Top 20 Hardest Mega Man Bosses For NES Mega Man 1-6

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Today we countdown against the 20 hardest Robot Masters, Buster Only and No E-Tanks. This is Part 2 of difficulty ranking all 46 NES Robot Masters, Part 1 covered #46-#21. Hope you are ready, because these bosses aren’t kidding around! Check out more MarMax gaming videos on YouTube. MarMax GamingIRead More …

Beating Ninja Gaiden While Running

New World Record by MarMax Gaming. Running 3.1 miles while beating one of the hardest NES games out there. Full playthrough non-stop. Full story: Over the last few decades, while you’ve been playing your video games, has the absurd thought ever crossed your mind, “gee, sitting comfortably on a couchRead More …

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 …

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 …