Retro Video Game Resources
Whether you need to research values, restore lost artwork or even play old school video games on your PC, the following websites will provide useful information and even enjoy gaming.
Sourcing Retro Video Games
JJGames.com is a Search engine style web site that you can purchase retro video games for. What makes it unique? It's large database of games which are seasonably priced. One important detail is that it offers full UPC numbers to game titles that you can use when looking through other web sites
The Retro video game community knows about DKOldies.com, a family based online retailer of retro video games. They offer all sorts of used, and new video games and merchandise. They also offer collectible boxes and collector's items.
For years I have sold Multimedia plastic cases for Nintendo 64, Sega Genesis, SNES, PS1, and general Sega Dreamcast Jewel cases without realizing a site existed where you can download the front covers of the original video games. You can then print on gloss paper and have respectable cases to put up on shelves.
Video Game Box Protectors - protective plastic covers and more
When you come up on complete in box games, the best way to protect them is by using dust covers. This site carries all sorts of protective covers for all sorts of video games for many older consoles as well as new ones.
PriceCharting.com - Current & Historic Prices for Every Video Game
This website give you historical values to more than 26,000 game titles. It features many consoles ranging from Atari to PlayStation 4. It features links to also be able to purchase retro video games in any condition available including minted sealed rare titles.
IGN.com - Video Game News, Reviews Guides and more
IGN was a major site to get cheats for old school video games back in the day. Today they are a massive video game web site full of knowledge and upcoming news for all video games from every system.