Saturday, September 8, 2007

Retro Gaming & Collecting: Beyond eBay

Assuming you accept the fact this very blog is bringing you the best in retro gaming eBay auctions, while also searching for hidden retro bargains/stashes everywhere and taking into consideration you're all a rowdy retro-headed lot that would like to see 10 updates per day, well, the following list is for you.

Disclaimer: We know the logic behind the previous sentence is lacking, but (?) this selection of retro outlets will be constantly updated.

Amigakit.com offers UK, US, Canadian and European stores for everyone interested in Commodore's classic Amiga computers. Expect anything from brand new Amiga 1200 hardware, to hard disks, add-ons and a modest selection of software.

NeoStore, a part of Neo-Geo.com, might not be able to provide you with those lovely Neo Geo consoles, but if you're looking for SNK accessories and games, then this is your place.

Play-Asia.com is carrying a selection of classic games & consoles. The Dreamcast, Saturn, N64 and PSOne seem to be heavily supported too, as are new software releases for retro consoles.

The Recycle Video Games Network is a network of brick and mortar stores, with US & Canadian web shops, with a decent collection of retro and contemporary games & DVDs.

RetroGames.co.uk offers the standard Sega, Atari and Nintendo retro collection, but also -and that's the important part- an amazing selection for us 8-bit home computing lovers. The ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 sections are truly awesome, though other formats aren't neglected either.

Retro Scene, another online store filled with absolutely anything they could ..uh.. fill it with, is also the place for grabbing them elusive PC, 3DO, Atari, CD32, Amiga, PC Engine and C64 games.

The online shop of Retro-Trader has a huge range of retro collectibles, magazines, books, handhelds, computers, consoles and games. Highlights include Amstrad CPC hardware, Pong consoles, CD-i games and some rather impressive arcade machines.

Sega~Parts.com, having merged with Left Coast Games, is now able to cater to your Sega, Atari Jaguar, Neo Geo, Sega CD, you-name-it video game needs. Games for contemporary consoles are also sold.

Zebra Systems has created a Sinclair ZX81 Products page that's your one stop shop for anything ZX81 related: complete kits, printers, RAM packs, software, books and an assortment of unusual Sinclair items.

10 comments:

  1. Defining.. and a welcome addition to the blog.... not just a pretty face after all.....

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  2. But a pretty face too, right? Oh, and please feel free to add to it...

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  3. ...seriously thank you... (looks for photo of a topless angelina.....)

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  4. No,no, don't thank me... thank granma....

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  5. ..(shouts over Gnomes shoulder...) Thanks Grandma Gnome....

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  6. ..shit!... sorry bout that...!... i'll make tea..

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  7. http://www.ebid.net are beginning to get more retro games listed, & their prices are often cheaper than eBay

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  8. Hmmm, very interesting... Thanks! I'll give it a try!

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