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  • Unique Memory Cards (Sega VMU/Sony PocketStation) | Video Review
    When your normal memory card isn't enough, you can get radical and portable with these Tamagotchi-Memory Cards by Sega and Sony. Subscribe Today (click here)! Visit the Website ► http://www.gameandbrowse.com/ Become a Patron ► https://www.patreon.com/gameandbrowse Like us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/GameBrowse/ Visit Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/game_and_browse/  ...
  • Mini-Thrift Blog: Late August/Early September
    Hey Gamers and Browsers! Now that fall time is upon us, my time for thrifting has sadly been reduced. However, that’s not stopped me from wanting to share a few geeky finds that I've come across in my adventures. Without further ado, enjoy this Mini Thrift Blog! The first thing I’d like to show off is this Super Sonic plush Continue Reading...
  • A look at the Nintendo Power: GameCube Promo Disc (Volume 105)
    While we were out in Houston, we found this great store called Game Over Videogames, they had a stack of Nintendo Power Issues in nearly mint condition. Intact posters, stickers, and other pullouts as far as the eye can see. Among those was this issue of Nintendo Power (Volume 150) it was sealed in it's shipping bag and came with Continue Reading...
  • Handheld-to-TV Console Adapters | Video Review
    For many years consumers tried to get the easy access of portable gaming, but still retain the creature comforts of playing on your home television set. Join us for a look at some gaming's premiere companies and their various attempts to cross that bridge!...
  • Sega Channel | Video Review
    Aaron and Helen team up to tackle a review on the soothsayer of a generation, the Sega Channel. An intriguing little addition to the Sega Genesis that allowed you to stream games to your own console back in the 1990s....
  • Vintage Nintendo Printing Software | Video Review
    [Dot Matrix Printer Sounds] WHAT ?! [Dot Matrix Printer Sounds] I CAN'T HEAR YOU?! [Dot Matrix Printer Sounds] I MIGHT HAVE TINNITUS! [Dot Matrix Printer Sounds] TRY AGAIN LATER! [Dot Matrix Printer Sounds]...
  • Lego Loco | Video Review
    Back for another review! This time, Lego Loco. One of Lego's many games from the late 90s and early 2000s. Does this one have the same impact that Lego Island did? No. Not likely. But hey, 2 Free Month to the Lego Mania Magazine?! Sign me up....
  • Ode to Game Monster
    Part 1 - The Legend of Game Monster Aaron: It's a pretty tough pill to swallow; no one wants to see something that has made a solid impact on your life just fade away. Sadly, that time has come in our lives here in the Midwest. One of our local retro stores is closing up shop for good, and it stings. Continue Reading...
  • Rock ’em Sock ’em Robots Arena | Video Review
    A trip down memory lane to a toy filled time where Mattel decided to break from the normal formula of just boxing and went for a straight up fighting/brawler game. Arguably the one of the best soundtracks of all time....
  • Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis | Video Review
    With Jurassic World: Evolution announced for 2018, I can't help but feel the hype and desire to make a review for one of my favorite games in the Park Management & Simulation genre. So I did. Neat, huh?...
  • GameBoy Camera | Video Review
    The next review is of the old mediocrity that is the GameBoy Camera. A neat little peripheral that some photographers have been able to squeeze creative magic out of. However, the average consumer won't find much more than a cute gimmick with a few interesting options and features....
  • Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards | Video Review
    The first in a line of video reviews by Aaron! The series is a mostly serious and informative look at both the content and history of the games that are being reviewed. Don't fret though, humor is injected here and there for those of you who want a little comedy. The Next Review is the GameBoy Camera. Enjoy!...
  • A Slice of Life…and Pokemon Puzzle Challenge
    Pokémon Puzzle Challenge for the Gameboy Color…one of many, many, spinoff games that came out during the latter part of Pokemania—the time when Pokémon paraphernalia could be seen in literally every room in my childhood house.  Pokémon beach towels and body wash in the bathroom, Pokémon toys and games galore in our bedrooms, Pokémon-themed kickballs and Frisbees in the garage, Continue Reading...
  • Nintendo Virtual Boy: A Diamond in the Rough
    A Brief History of the Nintendo Virtual Boy Ah yes... The Virtual Boy, one of Nintendo's greatest commercial failures. A system that led to a falling out between the company and legendary Game Designer, Gunpei Yokoi (1941-1997). Yokoi is man spear headed the development of famous Nintendo handheld devices like the Game & Watch, and Game Boy. In the early Continue Reading...