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Retrogamer Lifestyle

Maybe it all started with a Pong t-shirt, maybe with a Space Invaders teacup. The acessoir market for lovers of retrogames became incredibly large over the last years.

Nowadays you can find almost everything that fits into your house or car with well known game characters on it. People dress, talk and sometimes behave like their favorite game heroes.

This section is for the people that like to show off what games they like in any way you can imagine. We review new toys, new shops and the best places to pimp your personal retrogamer lifestyle.


 
 
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  Luke Blackford, the creative gamer
May 27th, 2011

Craft fairs are huge, almost as big (if not bigger) than comicons, developer’s conferences and cosplays. Ceramics, weavings, painting…it’s all good. There are likely very few crafters in the world, however, who will claim that their favorite media would include broken gaming consoles, USB drives or old T-shirts.

 
     
     
  No cap to gaming fun
May 12th, 2011


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What says “mature fun” more than an adult beverage or some ESRB “M” games? Well, maybe porn, but on the whole, most old schoolers would probably take the first two ideas in a pinch.

 
     
     
  Nintendominoes
April 17th, 2011


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What? Pick your name for this interesting pastime. There are only two basic requirements for the game of Nintendominoes…an enormous Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Famicom gaming collection, and a lot of time on your hands.

 
     
     
  Squatters love the PlayStation arcade
April 12th, 2011


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Caracas, Venezuela is home to a massive skyscraper: The Centro Financiero Confinanzas. It stands unfinished in the Venezuelan capital and has become home to over 2500 squatters seeking shelter. Of course, there are parts of the building that are open for business. The tower hosts a stores, rec rooms, bars and a dentist’s office. It also has [...]

 
     
     
  For the crafty retro gamer….
April 11th, 2011


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So, you love Atari.  She loves jewelry.  What a perfect match!! Well, at least it could be if you follow these simple instructions from Instructables.  With some very simple tools and very inexpensive materials, you can have one of the coolest and most original jewelry boxes ever.

 
     
     
  Bingo supports gaming museum
March 27th, 2011


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The title of the American Classic Arcade Museum pretty much sums up exactly what this New Hampshire retro gamers’ haven is. Filled with row after row of classic coin operated arcade cabinets, the ACAM is home to about 300 restored arcade classics.

 
     
     
  L.A. vs The Oregon Trail
March 21st, 2011


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When a person, gamer or otherwise, takes to the streets of Los Angeles, he or she really doesn’t know what is to be seen until it is actually seen. Sometimes, retro gamers get a rare and humorous surprise if they look hard enough.

 
     
     
  The Doom collector
February 24th, 2011


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Doom has to be one of the first games that pops into a retro gamer’s head when he hears the phrase “first person shooter.” Sure, Wolfenstein is probably right there, but Doom seems to have a special place for all the old school FPS fans out there.

 
     
     
  Shopping at ThinkGeek
February 17th, 2011


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ThinkGeek boasts that they have “stuff for smart masses”. It is no wonder, then, that they have an enormous selection of interesting and unique items for the retro gamer. Sure, they have plenty of things for the geek or computer person in general, but there is a great smattering of things that would mainly appeal [...]

 
     
     
  8-Bit Fanatics creates Aban Hawkins and the 1000 Spikes
February 10th, 2011


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The Xbox Live Indie section offers a lot of 8-bit games, but this addition, Aban Hawkins and the 1000 Spikes, offers just about every plus of the old 8-bit games. Available on the Xbox Marketplace for 80 Microsoft points, this game is credited as being painful.

 
     
   
 
 
         
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