VGA is a sub-division of CGA which is the Collectible Grading Authority. According to their mission statement, they intend to provide the video game collecting market with a barometer of sorts by which games and their respective grades can be used to determine value. In and of itself, this mission is a noble one. I ..
Mondo TMNT Figures Mondo is company out of Texas that started out in 2004 producing t-shirts with classic film images and old school iron-on decals. Since then, they have specialized in re-creating some of Hollywood’s most iconic film posters in limited edition prints — some of which have sold for thousands of dollars! And now ..
Just about everyone who owns one or more arcade games would love to have a copy of their game(s) in mint condition. When you can’t make that happen, the next best thing is a true-to-original restoration. If you’re lucky, you’re good at doing your own repairs or finding great people to print, fabricate and paint ..
Thanks to a never-ending supply of online resources and my obsession with Mortal Kombat II and pretty much all MK games after that, I have acquired quite a bit of information needed to complete this project. So without further ado, let’s dive into how I plan to put all five Mortal Kombat arcade games into ..
Using Coin Mechanisms in Your Home Arcade – For Tokens was last modified: March 6th, 2018 by Brandon
The hobby of collecting arcade games is a small part of my world. I don’t have a basement full of games nor do I have unlimited space and money to get everything I want. However, like many of us who dabble in this fun and exciting industry, even owning one game is enough to be ..