resource for classic gaming. Digital Press has been around since 1991
their website includes Rarity Guides, Forums, Reviews, Video Game MP3s,
and more. You name it, they have it. This site is a must for any
gamer. Stop on by the Forums on Digital Press to take a peek into what
everyone is talking about in the Classic Video Gaming World.
site of the best Retrogaming magazine on the web. Every month Alan
Hewston, along with other classic gamers, puts out the Retrogaming
Times Monthly which covers all the classic systems. This newsletter
includes video game reviews, stories, and much more. Be sure to check
this one out if you have a passion for classic gaming.
The name says
all. This website is host to many of the great classic video game sites
out there, including the Odyssey2 Homepage. Be sure to
out the Game of the Week, which is a fun, in-depth review of games from
the 8-Bit era and beyond.
page on the internet for Atari information. They have almost anything
could want in the way of the Atari video game systems, from the VCS to
the Jaguar! But don't be intimidated by the name if you are not an
fan, In addition to all the great Atari info, they have a very active
for all kinds of discussions on General Classic Gaming.
KILLER LIST OF VIDEOGAMES
games? This site is the place to be for arcade information. Arcade
such as "Blasto", "Hustle", and "Munchmobile" which made their
on the TI-99/4A, can be found on the Killer List of Videogames. Check
to see arcade games in their original format, before they were ported
for the home.
CLASSIC GAMING EXPO (CGE) WEBSITE
well known classic videogaming expo to date is the CGE, where people
all over the world gather together to discuss and play past video
Every year new cartridges are released for classic systems, in addition
to video game celebrities presenting their knowledge and fun facts from
their time in the industry. This show is one every gaming enthusiast
GIANT LIST OF CLASSIC GAME PROGRAMMERS
This page has
MASSIVE listing of programmers for both arcade and home machines. Some
of the programmer information on the TI-99/4A Videogame House came from
the Giant List, and currently we are busy trying to help James Hague
his database with more programmer info. This resource is an amazing
and one that deserves a look.
for Intellivision info, direct from the Blue Sky Rangers themselves.
inside stories and information told on this site should put any classic
gaming fan on the edge of his/her seat. Go here to hear all about the
game system and its history.
A good page
to the arcade classic Donkey Kong. Here you will find info on the
ports to the home and the arcade game itself, complete with a history
FAQ. If you are a fan of TI-99/4A Donkey Kong, here's a great place to
read about the arcade.
a tribute to the arcade classic Burgertime. There are pages dedicated
both the arcade itself and the various incarnations of it on home
This site is great for anyone that enjoys Burgertime and wants to read
about it more in-depth.
One of the
on the internet where video games can be purchased. They have a nice
of both new and old cartridges for sale on various platforms that
should help fill in a few holes in anyone's collection. In addition,
the Video Game Connection has Rarity Lists for many of the systems they
sell items for in case you ever need to look up how valuable a