Here are a list of links that definitely need a visit. Some of the links are for pure entertainment while others are excellent resources for your gaming needs. If you would like to be added here please check the “Link to Us” section of the website.
Video Game Memorabilia Museum is one of VGA’s favorite sites. A site/forum dedicated to gaming merchandise & swag. By joining their forums you get a complete comprehensive guide to video game memorabilia, and you get to discuss with fellow collectors about anything in the gaming world. One of my favorite parts to the site is “The Horde collection shots”; you get to see what other gamers collect! VGMM also has a blog on the main page which showcases the newest collectibles on the market(domestic and abroad). This forum friendly site should definitely be bookmarked.
PlayStation Museum is the culmination of years of research and dedication to the Sony PlayStation and is intended to provide images and information in all areas. If you want to know everything about PlayStation, this is your #1 source. My favorite part of the site is the “Hardware” section. You get to see everything that’s ever been made by PS! If you haven’t watched their “History of PlayStation” video, you’re missing out. This site should definitely be bookmarked if you haven’t already!
Arcade HD is a place for Arcade and Pinball enthusiasts who miss the golden age of classic gaming. This website is dedicated to serving the classic arcade industry and share news to all coin-op enthusiast. They strive to save the physical pieces of our video game heritage and its community. The video game world needs more sites like this since Arcades are close to non-existent and many younger gamers hardly ever hear of the word unless it relates to online gaming such as Xbox Live Arcade. The arcades in the late 70’s, 80’s and 90’s was truly a magical place and by visiting Arcade HD you get to have a look at the past through awesome news and info in their blog posts. A great site to explore and highly recommended!
Nekketuya – Japan recommend is a great site for importing your Japanaese video game related goods! Before hitting your deputy services to surf on YJA, check out Nekketuya’s site because you’ll never know what you will find. They are always constantly updated their site and adding new categories. You can even “request items” through them; this feature alone is worth the visit! At reasonable prices, and tons of selection I’m certain you’ll find some of your gaming needs here. Check them out!
Sealed Video Games is a blog exactly about that; sealed games. The blog focuses on sealed anything (hardware/software) and from old to new stuff. They also do a good job of informing the viewer about the item showcased. The site is updated daily which shows you the commitment to getting the word out there on the hottest sealed game that’s on eBay. Check them out!
Video Game Den is a website much needed in the video game world. The site is all about explaining the history of the golden years(for retro gamers that is). VGDen covers game systems such as the Famicom and the PC Engine HuCard. There’s also a lot reviews for the games on these systems. I really enjoy the user friendly layout, the pleasant visuals, and how organized the entire website is. This is a site that has been around for a long time and if you’ve never stumbled upon it I highly suggest getting back to your roots of gaming and read up all about the history over at VideoGameDen.com.
Sega CD Universe is a fun filled page of Sega CD game reviews all the way from A to Z! You have sections like “Screen Shots”, “System Specs”, and “Music/Sounds” just to name a few. There’s loads of information over there so check them out and have some fun!
Game Swag Online is what collecting is all about; showcasing your rare collectibles to the world and also add a whole twist to it. The site has a Swag database in which you can scroll through for hours, and they also have a Swag Blog for all your collecting needs! On the front home page you can even see the webmasters video game collection full of rarities and goodies. It’s blogs like this that help inform and spread the word about video game collecting. Check out their site for frequent updates!.
Poki is another exceptionally large collection of free online games that have been made available to gamers worldwide. Their selection of game categories is impressive- this is probably one of the best portals you can find movie, comic book and other famed cartoon games in addition to every avid gamer’s local faves: car games, shooting games, Mario, arcade and much more. What makes them different you may ask? Their design. Unlike many traditional game portals that have packed thousands of games without thinking of the user, Poki’s layout makes it a lot easier to navigate your way around without too many distractions.
ON-LINE SHOPPING SITES
- www.Game Faqs.com