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PRGE 2015 - Gamester81 at the Collectorvision Booth

Gamester81 manning the Collectorvision booth at PRGE 2015. 

Classic Game Fest Convention 2015 Teaser Video

Classic Game Fest 2015 is July 25-25 in Austin Texas, USA. 

National VideoGame Museum Coming to Texas

After years of trying to find a home, the Videogame History Museum now has one: The Frisco, Texas Discovery Center, whose board has committed 10,400 square feet now and nearly $1 million to cover startup costs and construction of a larger facility to showcase its vast collection.

The board of the Frisco Community Development Corporation this week voted unanimously to approve the terms bringing the museum, founded by John Hardie, Sean Kelly and Joe Santulli, to the Discovery Center. The Mus…

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CGE 2014 - Arcade and Game Room Walk Through

CGE 2014 - Video Game History Museum Tour

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Classic Gaming Expo CGE 2014 is the Place For You

The Classic Gaming Expo comes back to the Riviera Hotel & Casino Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada this year from September 12-14, for its 15th anniversary to represent the best games from the birth of the industry through today’s latest retro-themed products.

In what may be the highlight of the event, Intellivision Productions will be exhibiting their new Intellivision Flashback Console before it is released in stores.  Other vendors scheduled to appear at the expo include:  Toy Shack…

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Pre Order Moon Patrol for Colecovision

Collectorvision is releasing Moon Patrol for the Colecovision. Check out the Official Pre Order thread HERE.

Gamester81 Joins Collectorvision

Gamester81 has joined up with Collectorvision to help bring out new homebrew games for retro systems. Collectorvision will be producing games for Colecovision, Atari, Intellivision, NES, and more. Keep an eye out for many games soon!

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The Death of Blockbuster and Physical Media

Blockbuster will soon be dead. If it isn't already.

By early January, Dish Network, parent company to the sad remnants of the once-ubiquitous video rental chain that long-ago made it OK for adults to stay home on weekend nights, is closing its remaining 300 stores. Blockbuster shuttered its Toledo locations last year.

Dish Network, a Pay-TV satellite service, is also dropping Blockbuster's DVD-by-mail business.

The Blockbuster brand will be kept alive — barely — through a streaming service …

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Join the Forums Revolution

Join the official forum for the Intellivision Revolution!  Introducing FORUMS REVOLUTION, also check out the sister sites that are under construction, ATARI REVOLUTION and COLECOVISION REVOLUTION.

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Try Colecovision Homebrews at TeamPixelBoy!

Head over to TeamPixelBoy and check out the Colecovision Homebrew selection.

Vision-Daptor USB Controller Adaptor Is Available.

The Vision-daptor is a USB interface for connecting ColecoVision and Intellivision controllers to your PC/Mac. Check out Duelcam's develpment notes on Atari Age. No driver is needed as the Vision-daptor is recognized as a combination USB HID (Human Interface Device) joystick, and keyboard. Just plug and play. It has switches for selecting ColecoVision or Intellivision and controller 1 or 2. Additional and ordering information can be found on the Vision-Da…

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How To Record Video Game Footage

A question often asked is "How do you record video game footage?". There's a handful of options out there, each with their own pros and cons. If you want to record commentary along with your videos, the process can get even trickier. Here are some common methods.

Console Direct to Digital via Camcorder

This is the RX method of choice.
Our camcorder has the very nice feature of letting us plug the game console directly into the camcorder and recording everything straight on to a…

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Visit the FORUM Retro Gaming Revolution!

The Intellivision Revolution forum has changed names to Retro Gaming Revolution. This will reflect a new direction for the website as more sites are added in the future. Visit it here: Retro Gaming Revolution.

The Golden Age of Video Games book

 Join video game industry expert Roberto Dillon on this fascinating journey tracing the history of video games, consoles, and home computers from their beginning in the 1940s through the mid-nineties, when some very important changes took place. Dillon explores how the definitive affirmation of IBM PCs as the standard home computer, the bankruptcy of previous home computer leader, Commodore, and the debut and rise of Sony's PlayStation console marked the end of the gaming world as it was…

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