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Retro Horror Video Game Merchandise For Halloween 2015

Retro Horror Video Game Merchandise For Halloween 2015

Joe here. I’m back with a collection of great retro horror video game merchandise for those of you looking to get your horror fix! Also check out this list of horror video games, both past and present. Happy Halloween!

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Enjoy These New Horror Video Games This October

Enjoy These New Horror Video Games This October

As we approach Halloween it’s not only time to start thinking about what costumes we will be wearing this year but also what great new horror video games we can play to scare ourselves with! Luckily there are a few great games out there to help you get your fix.

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Check out Axiom Verge at the IndieCade 2015 Game Festival

Check out Axiom Verge at the IndieCade 2015 Game Festival

While some blockbuster video game titles are backed by large teams, budgets, and studios it is the dedicated independent game developers that help to push the medium forward. IndieCade supports these developers in order to help them impact the industry and change the roles that video games play in our lives. That’s why they put […]

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Rare Vintage Video Game Merchandise Auctions

Rare Vintage Video Game Merchandise Auctions

Looking for some rare pieces to add to your video game collection? I have you covered with these super rare Video Game merchandise auctions. Check out this list of auctions that are currently open on eBay.

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The Long Forgotten Magnavox Odyssey 2 Video Game Console

The Long Forgotten Magnavox Odyssey 2 Video Game Console

In 1978 the Magnavox Odyssey 2 home video game console hit the market. Its predecessor, the Magnavox Odyssey, was the first home video game system. Looking to build on their legacy as a leader in the video game industry and directly challenge the Atari’s 2600, Magnavox released the Odyssey 2 touting it as an “educational” video game […]

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A Look Back at the Rare Oddity that was the Sega Mega Jet

A Look Back at the Rare Oddity that was the Sega Mega Jet

Back in 1993 Sega released a handheld version of its Sega Mega Drive System (aka the Sega Genesis in North America), called the Sega Mega Jet. The Sega Mega Jet was rented out aboard Japan Airlines to be used as in-flight entertainment. But without a built in screen the Sega Mega Jet needed to be connected to an an auxiliary monitor.

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Plug In and Play Pico Cassettes Game Cartridges on Your Smartphone

Plug In and Play Pico Cassettes Game Cartridges on Your Smartphone

There is a lost connection to owning a video game when talking about mobile game purchases. Downloading an app is definitely the most convenient source of video game purchasing, but isn’t there something to be said about being able to physically hold your game? Enter Pico Cassettes, the game cartridge that connects to your phone via […]

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Update: Metal Gear Solid Phantom Pain Review Coming Soon!

Update: Metal Gear Solid Phantom Pain Review Coming Soon!

Hey, guys. I’m back with a quick update here. Did you enjoy reading Joe’s latest article? If so, good. Look forward to plenty more in the future! I also wanted to tell you guys that I’ll be putting the official GameSniped review for Metal Gear Solid Phantom Pain up here very soon. So, keep an eye […]

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First Ever Retro Tomb Raider Action Figure and Other Rare Items

First Ever Retro Tomb Raider Action Figure and Other Rare Items

Hey, guys. My name is Joe (my handle is PhilaZilla). As a new guest writer on GameSniped, I’m excited to join a community of video game culture enthusiasts! As a gamer in my mid 30’s I’ve been playing video games pretty much since the advent of home consoles. The first video game system I owned […]

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Piece Together a DIY Mame Cabinet for your Mame Emulator

Piece Together a DIY Mame Cabinet for your Mame Emulator

Hey, guys. Apologies for the long period between updates. Is it just me or does it seem like the past three months blew by? Time gets away from you before you know it. I wanted to cover arcade units on here. Collecting used arcade machines is not for the faint of heart. Not all of us […]

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The Analogue NT or Why Someone Would Drop $500 on a NES Console

The Analogue NT or Why Someone Would Drop $500 on a NES Console

So, I was glancing over news from the world of retro video games today and had to do a double take. I’m used to people repackaging or emulating old consoles. Heck, The Retron 5 does exactly this blending a large handful of classic console hardware emulation into one definitive, inexpensive $130 package. There’s also the Retro […]

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Reddit/YouTuber Uncovers Retro Console Prototype for SNES CD

Reddit/YouTuber Uncovers Retro Console Prototype for SNES CD

Often times, when you write about retro video games, you write about something that everyone knows about. Your subject material has already been completely covered by other sources from top to bottom. It’s not often that I get the pleasure of writing about a completely unknown retro console. But that’ s exactly what happened when […]

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