With YouTube popularity expanding into the stellar sphere, some are saying this exposure of information to the masses is ruining the retro game collecting scene as a whole.
Hidden gems are continually being brought into the limelight, along with retro game hunting shows giving tips of the trade and inspiring many others to follow suit. Is this rapid influx single-handedly drying up ease of availability and causing prices to skyrocket, or is there much more to take into consideration here?
Much like any evolutionary process, the retro scene has taken on a life of its own and is constantly in a state of flux. Is not being able to hinder or manipulate this natural intellectual progression considered crying over spilled milk? Let’s find out!
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