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I haven’t been reviewing a ton of movies on this site, which is ironic as I carved my original pathway with Hagen’s Horror Haven (some 20 years ago!) doing just that. The documentary that I’m covering today however is a … Continue reading
VGBS 40 – Starting a PlayChoice 10 Collection & Getting Creative Setting Up a Game Room – Voicemail and Text Hotline: (262) 264-VGBS
In episode 40 we concentrate on some specialized greatness! We first cover the bucketlist collecting mentality, then we pick Daria’s brain on her favorite NES/Famicom RPGs. We go over gaming forum thread shenanigans and cover some NES multiplayer madness. Then … Continue reading
VGBS 38 – Listener Mail and Issues with Gaming Community Projects – Voicemail and Text Hotline: (262) 264-VGBS
The newest VGBS is here and this time we go over Listener Mail, Gaming Community Projects, Video Capture Talk, Gaming Communities and more! We also go over a newer NES homebrew Swords and Ruins. This is VGBS!
From the mouth of Kyle Gilbert…VGBS 35 consists of OCD hoard buying, leaving a game at a store for someone else vs selling it online to a good home, Kickstarter Do’s and Don’ts…good shit. This is VGBS!
Even when the Internet connection is poor, we still pull out an interesting episode. This time around we go over personal preferences when it comes to collecting, emulation horror stories, how Kyle customizes his collection and more. This is VGBS!
We go over the ins and outs of how people have been manipulating the NES collector’s market, through hording semi rare games to drive prices up. How do they do this and what do we think about it? Tune in … Continue reading