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  • How Do Your Consoles Affect Your Energy Bills?

    Sony PlayStation

    We’ve all been there; purchased a shiny new (or not so shiny and new) console and ran home to fire it up. With intentions of foiling Bowser’s latest plot, dashing our way to confrontation with Robotnik or enlisting the assistance of Aku Aku to take down Cortex, hours of fun were to be had.

    The same principle has remained over time, too. From the iconic platformers to enthralling MMOs and shoot ‘em ups, from 8-bit to UHD, one thing has remained constant. The cost of gaming doesn’t stop at the hardware and software.

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  • Nintendo World Championships for the Nintendo Entertainment System

    Nintendo World Championships NES

    Despite a thriving gaming market today, during the early 90's the market what on the cusp of climbing out of the gaming crash of the 80's in the US. As part of its rebirth, the gaming industry started to boom in the mid to late 90's with hugely platforms such as Nintendo's Super NES and GameBoy, along with SEGA's Genesis coming to market.

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  • Attending: Video Game Market 12th August 2017

    Video Game Market

    The RetroPlayers team will be once again attending the Video Game Market at the Doncaster Dome this weekend, 12th August 2017. Our stall will be packed with a wide selection of products from our site, along with many more that are yet to be added.

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  • Revo K101 Plus Review

    REVO K101 Plus

    The Revo K101 Plus is a Nintendo GameBoy Advance clone that takes the stance of playing a single platform on cloned hardware, rather than emulation on much newer hardware, something adopted by many of the Android based devices flooding the marketplace.

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  • SEGA Dreamcast Watch

    SEGA Dreamcast Watch

    Released to commemorate the SEGA Dreamcasts 15th anniversary, this fantastic Dreamcast watch was released in Japan in limited numbers. The Dreamcast watch was available in a polished stainless steel or gloss black finish. The disc drive lid flips to show the watch face on the Dreamcast console shaped body, with a metal linked strap.

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