in the early 90's, I
found out about Tim's newsletter, The 2600 Connection. I loved it so
much I started collecting classic games like crazy, subscribed to every
classic newsletter I knew of, and bought an Atari 1040 STe computer and
printer just so I could publish Zap!, my own classic newsletter. Check
out my old friend Tim's page and subscribe to his newsletter (which is
still in print!). It'll bring back loads of memories.
gaming site owned by the two Als, with tons of info, rarity guides, and
great forums with over 1.6 million posts.
I just found out about this place, which deals primarily with prototypes. So much can be learned here, this site is amazing.
best and largest (by far) video game auction site on the web. Skip eBay
and buy/sell the games here.
Press is owned by
fellow early 90's fanzine editor Joe Santulli, and has tons of info and
price guides, not to mention a great forum board on which I have over
1,000 posts. His fanzine is still going strong to this day. Check them
site, filled with tons of info.
company that deals in
selling classic games. I bought a Great Basketball prototype for the
Atari 2600 and recieved it in just a couple of days. It came in a large
box to insure the game would not be crushed. A+++!
is one of my favorite
gaming sites. It's dedicated only to the NES, which in my opinion is
the greatest video game system ever made. Has instruction manuals,
hints, rare NES games, and much more. A must see for NES fans!
place to buy used and NOS games. Has quite a few sealed NES games. Fast
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