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!
As a Seattle resident, I can say that KEXP is an AMAZING radio station and this is great news for music fans in our city. Very cool gift indeed.
From the creation of the Infinity Stones to Thanos’ impending invasion in Avengers: Infinity War, we put the events of the MCU into chronological order.
Quantic Dream explains the custom technology underneath Detroit: Become Human, including the tools that enable it to run in native 4K on PS4 Pro.
God of War reviewed on PS4 by Jonathon Dornbush of IGN
Rampage was an classic arcade hit released in 1986. It has since then been ported to many consoles and computers since then, offering many different versions of the arcade experience. In this video, I show you my physical copies of Rampage, as well as show game play explaining some of the differences.
Just in time for new Rampage movie starring The Rock! LOL
I nice tribute from my buddy Aaron
These days, it is hard to grow a Youtube channel while focusing mostly on retro games. Metal Jesus rocks has defied the odds and done so. For this weeks episode of RevYouTube lets take a look at Metal Jesus Rocks.
The Famicom Disk System has a treasure trove of hidden gems for it. In this video find out 10 games you should pick up if you collect for the system!
The Xbox One took Microsoft’s Xbox concept to the next level during one of the longest console generations. What made it a big deal? Let’s talk.
Destiny was a disappointment to may fans of Bungie… but what went wrong? Was the game ever going to live up to the hype… or did the developers bite of more than they could chew? And what about Destiny 2?