Metal Jesus & Drunken Master Paul are at Portland Retro Gaming Expo w/ $100 each to buy 3 great games PLUS collectables. Who do YOU think had the better pickups at Portland Retro Gaming Expo?
Portland, Oregon, is a vibrant city nestled in the Pacific Northwest known for its eclectic culture, lush greenery, and laid-back atmosphere. With a backdrop of the snow-capped Cascade Mountains and the nearby Columbia River Gorge, Portland boasts a rich tapestry of diverse neighborhoods, each with its own distinct character and charm. Renowned for its commitment to sustainability, the city embraces a thriving food scene highlighted by farm-to-table dining, a plethora of food carts offering global cuisines, and a fervent craft beer and coffee culture. Artistic expression flourishes in Portland, evident through its numerous galleries, street murals, and the iconic Portlandia statue. The city’s love for the outdoors is evident with its extensive network of parks, bike-friendly streets, and proximity to hiking trails and scenic vistas, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Yet, Portland also grapples with challenges such as homelessness and urban development, which add complexity to its dynamic identity. Overall, Portland captures a blend of natural beauty, creativity, and a unique sense of community that draws both locals and visitors alike.
Pink Gorilla Games is a retro gaming store in Seattle that offers a wide selection of classic and modern video games, consoles, and accessories. They have three locations in the city, one in the University District and another in SODO and a brand new store in Capital Hill neighborhood, all three of which have a unique and welcoming atmosphere. The stores have a vast collection of rare and hard-to-find games, including imports from Japan and Europe, as well as popular titles from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. In addition to games, Pink Gorilla also sells retro toys, collectibles, and merchandise, making it a one-stop-shop for nostalgia enthusiasts. They also host community events, game tournaments, and charity fundraisers, making it a popular destination for gamers and collectors alike in Seattle.
I’m still recovering from dental surgery, so I put together my favorite Kelsey Lewin videos including a tour of Pink Gorilla store in Seattle, how to spot FAKE games, tips for cleaning games, travel to E3, finding cheap games and more! WATCH >> https://youtu.be/H57t2Q8wsRI
0:00 Pink Gorilla Store Tour
12:48 $5 Good Game Challenge
26:35 The Box
27:02 How to Spot Fake Games
47:40 The Box II: Electric Boogaloo
48:00 The E3 Experience
1:05:50 NWC Cart Found
1:16:30 How to Clean Cartridges
1:32:17 ZXD-E PS1 Fighting Game
It sucks this happened to Kelsey and Cody, but like they say in the video: Seattle needs to do something about the worsening crime in its business districts. Thankfully it sounds like they have an idea who did it and will be caught.
Kelsey Lewin – Alright, you’ve been asking for it…here it is! The game room tour! The audio in the beginning is not great as I ended up having to use the camera mic, but beyond that it should be okay so bear with it! I had some fun going through my collection and trying to find the interesting stuff. Hope you enjoy — and look forward to more history stuff soon!
Wow, this is my first ever attempt at making a video about “news” — not something I plan to do often AT ALL, but I thought this was actually kind of an interesting story where there’s more to it than meets the eye!
I had the day off, and somehow I managed to turn a video around in 24 hours. Definitely a personal record, but probably only applicable to news format type videos unfortunately…research makes everything else take a heck of a lot longer!
Anyways, there’s more stuff in the works but I hope you enjoy this!