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Hidden Gaming Gems is a review book covering every generation of video games focusing on under-appreciated games written by NA's very own thesubcon3 (Jeffrey Whittenhagen), and there's only three days left to pledge! With 400+ pages full of color content, it showcases video games from a multitude of consoles, covering every gaming generation, starting with Atari and going all the way up to the current generation with Playstation 4, Xbox One and even the Nintendo Switch! There is also a section for homebrews created for older systems, like the NES, Commodore 64, Sega Genesis and even the Dreamcast / Neo Geo!
 
The book will be split into Chapters, starting with the 1st console generation and going all the way up to the newest generation of games. That means there will be Chapters on lots of games such as the 8th generation (with the Xbox One, 3DS and Wii U) as well as the 8.5/9th generation (with the Switch/PSVR), and the aforementioned Homebrew/Indie Section. The game reviews will be 4-8 pages each and will include screenshots and amazing fan artwork throughout.
 
The "Game Scholar" Leonard Herman will be providing an amazing Foreword to the book that will cover a brief history on the 1st console generation and the impact it has had on video games. Plus he is going to cover a few of the more obscure releases from that era! This project is already funded, so it's a sure thing!
 
To Kickstart Hidden Gaming Gems
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That's right, if you have a Prime subscription you can watch NA's very own evil overlord, Dain, discuss everyone's favorite hobby, collecting video games. A documentary dy Darrin Peloquin (Captain Maroney here on NA), The Bits of Yesterday interviews over 30 collectors, Internet personalities, and game store owners about their views on the world of video game collecting. The film shows you how our hobby and culture has impacted their lives as they share their stories, memories, and adventures. 

If you have Prime, this is a no brainer. Go watch the film. Click the link. Click it.

 
The Bits of Yesterday
On Amazon Prime

CLICK HERE