The collection of 2200 video gaming systems includes rare special editions that are nearly impossible to find elsewhere.
Before Nintendo burrowed its way into millions of homes, it had to win over retailers in New York City—and the difficulty level was set to 'almost impossible.'
Streaming entertainment may seem like a very 2000s ambition, but embers of it began stirring all the way back in 1993, when video game giant Sega announced the
In 1990, a new third-party device for the Nintendo Entertainment System promised players invincibility, unlimited ammo, and other perks for practically any game they owned. It was not a wish Nintendo planned on granting.
In 1998, Konami unveiled 'Dance Dance Revolution,' and embarrassing yourself in public became one of the coolest trends around.
Rhythm-loving dog PaRappa the Rapper was a surprise hit for the Sony PlayStation in 1996. But he was almost a rapping shrimp.
LEGO's latest release is an 1125-piece 'Sonic the Hedgehog' set that recreates the Green Hill Zone, one of the most iconic levels from the original game.