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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 …

Mega Man 1-3 NES vs Genesis Part 1 of 3

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Mega Man is an iconic classic video game character and with 6 NES games, it’s a total shock that his 1-3 compilation cart ended up on SEGA! Let’s enjoy both of these games from start to finish while checking out all the improvements and differences! Stay tuned for Part 2Read More …

Wellness & Gaming: How To Be Happy, Healthy, And Gaming

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We’re excited to announce we’ve added a new contributor to our ranks. Introducing Jeff Marmar from MarMax Gaming, an avid gamer, collegiate athlete, businessman, and YouTube personality. The NES Page is now featuring MarMax Gaming videos on the website under the reviews tab. One of Jeff’s latest videos talks aboutRead More …

Beating & Reviewing: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles | Today we play through the notorious TMNT, and it’s AMAZING all that goes into this one… 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 videosRead More …

Beating & Reviewing: Ninja Gaiden 1, 2, 3

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The Ninja Gaiden games on NES are notorious for their difficulty but are also fondly remembered for their ability to keep players coming back. Many have played but few have finished these types of adventures. MarMax GamingI am a passionate gamer that works 55 hours a week. I got myRead More …

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