I am a huge pinball fan, but sadly there are few places to actually play pinball machines anymore. There are a few arcades and events throughout the United States but the days of being able to play pinball nearly everywhere sadly does not exist any longer.
During the hight of the late 1990’s video game craze Tiger Electronics made a handheld cartridge system Game.Com that was both ahead of its time and dead on arrival at the same time.
There was so much positive response to last weeks Wacky Races Dreamcast review that I decided to go back into the Dreamcast vault for another oddball title Floigan Bros.
BREAKING UPDATE 3/8/2016 Coleco Chameleon is officially dead! Coleco partner Chris Cardillo gave Engadget the following statement, which will also appear on Coleco’s Facebook page:
The first SoCal Retro Gaming Expo was held at the Frank and Sons Collectible show in the City of Industry over the weekend and it seemed to be quite the hit for its first outing.