$90 Dollar NES? M & M Video Games Victorville CA

90 NES


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Some owners think that they’re the only video game store around; it’s an attitude that makes them think that they can charge whatever they want and people will have no choice but to buy from them. This attitude will be the instrument of their downfall because of the fact that they are not the only video game store around. Their are thousands of game stores all across the United States alone. Once the people are aware of this volume, they will look and travel to whatever store will give them the better deal. We live in an age where retro games are getting harder to come by due to the popularity as well as dwindling popularity of newer games due to their lack of innovation and high prices. This is a time where game stores need to start being more competitive with their prices as well as their presentation and professionalism; they need to step up. This show is about lighting a fire in the retro game selling industry. These owners need to know that they are no longer the only store in town and if they continue with their lack of professionalism as well as insulting high prices, their store going to close their doors permanently. It’s time to rescue our culture. It’s time for a Game Rescue.

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About Maxsterling619

Max $terling is a Rapper/Producer, Indie Film Director, and Video Game Addict. His addiction began in the early 80′s by playing games like “Space Assault (a modified version of “Space Invader”)” on the TRS-80 Color Computer 2 (his first gaming system), and “Pitfall” on the Atari 2600. In 2006, Max discovered Youtube and started his first channel (maxsterling619) posting his student films and movie mash-ups; in 2008, he watched some episodes of the Irate Gamer Show and became inspired to produce his own show “The Ghetto Gamers” with his friends David and Philip. The Ghetto Gamers show gained positive feedback from the youtube gaming community as well as respect from some of youtube’s finest such as Gamester81, Retrogamer3, and Happyconsolegamer (to name a few). Unfortunately The Ghetto Gamers disbanded in 2009 due to creative differences, causing Max start his own gaming channel “Controller Throwers”, a show that got the attention of Gotgame.com where he currently posts reviews for new games. Now Max has joined Gamester81.com bringing his own unique flair to retrogaming reviewing. Favorite games: Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!, Contra, Goldeneye 007, Resident Evil 2, Marvel VS Capcom 2, Shinobi 3 Favorite Consoles: DREAMCAST, Saturn, Xbox (with XBMC installed), SegaCD, NES