We checked out two retro gaming shops today at the suggestion of Geoff (a fan who hung out with us since the noon meetup), “8 bit and up” and “VIDEOGAMESNEWYORK.”They were practically more of a video game museum. I couldn’t help but think of queenston when I walked in here. ;D
If there’s any retro game or console you desperately want, these places will have them, and maybe even in the original, untouched packaging.
Reblogging for proof of heaven. On a more serious note, what is up with that Glover cartridge in the third picture? I know I’ve seen extended N64 cartridges like that before, but I can’t remember of what the significance behind that was. I want to say it’s like that because it was a prototype, but I might be way off.
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