We review the Nintendo Pokemon Mini game consoles, the 10 retail released games for it, home-brew games & a backlit screen mod you’ll definitely want for it!
Pokémon Party mini
Pokémon Puzzle Collection
Pokémon Puzzle Collection vol. 2
Pokémon Pinball mini
Pokémon Zany Cards
Pokémon Race mini
Pokémon Breeder mini
Pichu Bros. mini
Togepi’s Great Adventure
How did you get the name “Metal Jesus”?
How does the MJR Crew work on videos?
Do you play games together?
What was the story behind the 600 PC games craigslist pickup?
Does Kelsey KEEP games that are traded into her store?
What inspired us to make a YouTube channel?
Do we get recognized from YouTube?
Did you date somebody who wasn’t into video games?
What role does Patreon play in doing YouTube full time?
How did the MJR Crew meet?
What are some expensive items at Pink Gorilla?
What is your most anticipated game coming out soon?
…and much more!
Game Boys and Sewing Machines are a weird mix, which is exactly why I’ve always wanted one of these things…despite the fact that I don’t really know how to sew. I may have gone a *little* overboard ordering a second one from Japan so that I could show off another color and all of the things it came with…the pink is so pretty, though!
Exertainment is a tricky subject, because although my focus is on Nintendo and the Exertainment Bike in this video, they were far from the only (or earliest) company to combine digital games and exercise. I wanted to expand and talk about the unreleased Atari Puffer, or some of the equipment made without partnering with a video game giant like the Autodesk High Cycle, but I pretty quickly realized I could get stuck in entertainment research for a year if I were to cover too many things.
I won the bike in the live auction at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo 2017 from a friend of mine who runs an online store [https://www.theplace4gamers.com/] and pretty quickly realized I have no room for it either…so it currently lives in the back room of my store.
Kelsey co-ownes two retro gaming stores in Seattle called Pink Gorilla Games. Here is a behind the scenes look at what they sell, how they organize it and what goes into running a successful retro gaming store!