I was pretty hyped for Cyberpunk 2077 back in 2020 and I have a stupid amount of merchandise for the game. Now that the game is patched and Phantom Liberty DLC is released it is time to share it with you! Have YOU gone back to replay Cyberpunk 2077? Are you hyped for the new DLC?
Cyberpunk 2077 is set in a dystopian future, specifically in the year 2077, in the sprawling metropolis of Night City, California. This city is a vibrant and chaotic blend of towering skyscrapers, neon-lit alleyways, and grimy backstreets. The cityscape is divided into distinct districts, each with its own unique atmosphere and social hierarchy. The corporate heart of Night City, known as City Center, is a gleaming showcase of opulence and excess, where the mega-corporations wield immense power. The bustling and multicultural Watson district is a hub of technological innovation and street-level commerce, while the Pacifica district stands as a stark contrast, having fallen into disrepair and neglect, inhabited by gangs and squatters.
Technology permeates every aspect of life in this world. Cybernetic enhancements are commonplace, allowing individuals to enhance their physical abilities or integrate advanced tech into their bodies. Holographic billboards, flying cars, and robotic NPCs populate the urban landscape, creating a sensory overload of futuristic stimuli. However, beneath the surface glamour lies a seedy underbelly of crime, corruption, and social inequality. Street gangs, fixers, and mercenaries vie for control, while the city’s political landscape is a tangled web of intrigue and backstabbing. In this world, power is a commodity, and survival often means navigating a treacherous path through the tangled web of alliances and betrayals.
Here is my entire Atari 2600 / VCS game collection. So many great games including popular, uncommon and expensive games plus hidden gems and more! The good news is most Atari games are dirt cheap under $10 and still a ton of fun to play! What are some of your best original Atari memories? Do you still have one?
The Atari 2600 holds a timeless appeal that transcends its original release in 1977. Its charm lies in its pioneering role in the home video game industry, fundamentally shaping the way we interacted with electronic entertainment. At the heart of its allure is its simplicity and accessibility. The console featured a joystick and a single-button controller, making it intuitive for players of all ages to pick up and enjoy. Its library of games, while limited by modern standards, offered a diverse range of experiences, from classic arcade adaptations like Space Invaders to imaginative titles like Adventure. This variety ensured that there was something for everyone, catering to different tastes and skill levels.
Furthermore, the Atari 2600 was a gateway to boundless imagination. Its pixelated graphics and bleeping sound effects ignited a sense of wonder and creativity, allowing players to envision grand adventures within the confines of their television screens. The concept of interchangeable cartridges was revolutionary, offering a level of customization and expansion that was previously unheard of in home entertainment. This not only extended the lifespan of the console but also fostered a sense of ownership and agency for players. Nostalgia also plays a significant role in its enduring appeal, as it evokes fond memories of a simpler time in gaming history, acting as a cherished relic for both seasoned enthusiasts and new generations curious about the roots of video game culture.
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Let’s take a look at my entire PlayStation (PS1) game collection. So many great games here including rare, uncommon and expensive games plus hidden gems and more! WATCH >> https://youtu.be/SZT3MGuJcNg – Which PS1 games are still fun to play today?
Here is my entire Game Boy Advance (GBA) game collection. So many great games here including rare, uncommon and expensive games plus hidden gems and more!
In todays episode of “The Retro Life” we buy a $30,000 video game collection! Easily my biggest purchase ever besides my house! Included in this collection was NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Playstation games and THE ENTIRE NORTH AMERICAN GAMECUBE SET! Cannot believe all the amazing games we are adding to the collection in this deal. Now to find more space in the game room…thats always the problem! Always on the hunt for retro games, vintage toys and 80s / 90s nostalgia!
Here is my entire PlayStation 2 (PS2) game collection. I have over 340 games including rare, expensive $$$, common & hidden gems! Check it out: https://youtu.be/FH-99jxqdAA
Can you believe it’s been 22 years since the Dreamcast released in North America?! Here is my entire Dreamcast game collection! Over 100 games including the best games, rare & expensive, imports & hidden games! WATCH >> https://youtu.be/qHYns2z2rH0
Here is my entire SUPER NINTENDO game collection. I have a little over 120 games including classics, expensive & rare games and yes those awesome HIDDEN GEMS!
Here is my entire Nintendo Wii game collection. I have the popular Wii games, some of the uncommon and expensive games as well as lots and lots of Hidden Gems!
It’s about damn time I did a pickups video with my buddy Reggie! Can you believe it’s been over a year?!
Demon Tier+ (Vita)
Demon’s Souls (PS5)
Midnight Run (PS1)
Resident Evil 3 (PS4)
Resident Evil 8 Village (PS5)
Rainbow Islands / Bubble Bobble 2 (NES)
Sega Astro City Mini
Super Blood Hockey (Switch)
No Straight Roads (Switch)
Remothered Broken Porcelain (Switch/PS4)
Sisters Royale (PS4)
Kandagawa Jet Girls (PS4)
Dungeons & Dragons: Mystara Eiyuu Senki (PS3)
Dolphin Blue (Dreamcast)
Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World (Switch/PS4)
The Coma: Double Cut (Switch)
Shakedown Hawaii (Wii / WiiU)
La-Mulana 1&2 (PS4)
Vasara Collection (Switch)
Fate/unlimited codes (PS2)
Carpet Shark (NES)
The King of Fighters EX: Neoblood (GBA)
GBAConsolizer (Metal Jesus edition)
F.E.A.R. 3: Collector’s Edition (PS3)