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* [https://www.mocagh.org mocagh.org] - Museum of Computer Adventure Game History.
 
* [https://www.mocagh.org mocagh.org] - Museum of Computer Adventure Game History.
 
* [http://www.hardcoregaming101.net hardcoregaming101.net] - Hardcore Gaming 101, game reviews.
 
* [http://www.hardcoregaming101.net hardcoregaming101.net] - Hardcore Gaming 101, game reviews.
* [https://bigboxcollection.com bigboxcollection.com] - High-resolution box scans.
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* [https://www.gamingalexandria.com gamingalexandria.com] - Gaming Alexandria (video game preservation).
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* [https://bigboxcollection.com bigboxcollection.com] - Big Box Collection (high-resolution box scans).
 
* [https://shop.ukiyoeheroes.com/collections/handmade-woodblock-prints shop.ukiyoeheroes.com/collections/handmade-woodblock-prints] - Video game themed Japanese wood block art.
 
* [https://shop.ukiyoeheroes.com/collections/handmade-woodblock-prints shop.ukiyoeheroes.com/collections/handmade-woodblock-prints] - Video game themed Japanese wood block art.
  

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My personal video game favorites.

Video games are games played on a video screen. I have been playing them since around 1985 when my family got a used Atari 2600 with a bunch of games. Around 1988, my brother and I pooled our money to buy an NES. Around 1992, I got an SNES for Christmas. That was the last dedicated video game system I bought while they were still on the market, although I got a couple other used systems over time. Nearly all of my gaming is currently done on PCs, not just playing PC games, but through emulating consoles.

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