Nerd Block's site has been conspicuously down for the past few weeks, 1Up Box has put its prices up, and gaming subscription box giant Loot Crate is losing voices with each delivery it makes. This time two years ago, these monthly deliveries of gamey, geeky goodness were firing on all cylinders. In 2017, they're losing steam at an alarming rate.
It turns out putting a specific game cartridge in your pocket in the 80s is an incredibly good business plan. Stadium Events - NES When Bandai released Stadium Events in 1987 to complement their interactive Family Fun Fitness Mat, they didn't foresee Nintendo buying the rights to the game and mat just a year later. Sucks to... Continue Reading →
Collecting can quickly turn from a hobby into a million dollar investment, or hoarding disorder. Nevertheless, there are some pretty cool Legend of Zelda items floating around in this world, and some of the most money ever exchanged in the collecting world was over Zelda loot. So let's take a look at the 11 rarest... Continue Reading →