Noise From The Basement

Retro Video Games, Vinyl Records, and Other Nostalgia

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July 2014

“Nuts for Nintendo”, Not All That Bad

The year was 1988 and “Nintendo Fever” was kicking into high gear. I guess I was slightly oblivious to this, since boys in my school we were arguing about Commodore 64 vs PC, and the joys of Micro Machines. Some… Continue Reading →

The Podcast of Retro Gaming: The Upper Memory Block

I will openly admit that I have a lot of interests, as many other American men do. So with that said as long as I am going to spend 8 hours a day behind a desk unable to partake in… Continue Reading →

Revisiting Retro Gaming New Years Resolutions:

Perhaps this would have been more appropriate to do on June 1, or June 30th, but now is as good of a time as any to make sure I’ m on track with my New Years resolutions. Well at least… Continue Reading →

The Podcast of Retro Gaming: The Retro Rewind Podcast

If you follow my blog you know I am always hunting for new podcasts on retro gaming to help occupy my days. After you have listened to, and are fully caught up on all your favorites, you end up have… Continue Reading →

"Independence Day" Syndrome – A Gamer Paradox

Probably the number one factor that separates a hipster retro gaming from a legit retro gamer, is the fact that a legit retro gamer has a history with the games that dates back to when they first came out. With… Continue Reading →

To Legacy or Not to Legacy

If your like me and you follow video game news closely, then you’ve probably heard that Hyperkin announced its plans to come out with a DOSBox-based PC game emulation system sometime in the near future. Now, I don’t know if… Continue Reading →

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