This is a solid collection of links to virtually anything classic video
game related, run by Lee Seitz. If you're looking for a good classic video
jump point, this is where you want to be!
This site is run by Greg Chance, firstname.lastname@example.org
, and is an excellent site containing information regarding ALL systems from the
dawn of home video gaming to the present. His site contains typewritten manuals for
MANY systems and scans of Intellivision overlays.
This site is run by Deleto,
email@example.com. He has cool stuff regarding European collecting
and the PAL format which don't work with American boys' TVs. Deleto
is also creator of the Bira Bira bumper stickers, one of which I
am the proud owner. The scan leading to the links page is the sticker
This site is run by Keita Iida,
firstname.lastname@example.org, keeper of the 5200 FAQ, and is the definitive
source of info for your Atari 5200. He has scans of rare carts, box art, and more.
Keita has bent over backwards to make my SwordQuest Comic Book Archive
what it is. Give his site a look!
Videotopia is a traveling video game exhibition that details the history
of gaming from its inception to its current state. If you are on the east coast,
this summer's exhibition at the Franklin Institute in Philly is likely to be the
last showing on this side of the country. Videotopia is totally-cool and their site
will show you the wonders that they have to offer.
Michael Garber, email@example.com, maintains the
#rgvc homepage as well as the People
of #rgvc page. Stop by to learn about the regulars of the EFNET IRC channel
This excellent NES page is maintained by a friend of mine, tsr,
firstname.lastname@example.org. He has lots of
NES manuals, scans of lots of rare and unusual NES stuff, and links to
other NES sites. Definitely your one-stop for 8-bit fun-ness!
Sean Kelly builds fantastic multicarts for a variety of systems,
and you can contact him to obtain one of your choice. They are well
done and reasonably priced.