Videogame History Museum Items for Sale

While exhibiting at the Penny Arcade Expo in Boston earlier this month, the boys from Videogame History Museum made a side trip to an independent collector in the area. There were a few items that will be used in the future museum but many, many more that are already accounted for. That fact equals additional product for you in your next visit to the store.

A special cart has been set up when you first walk in, and it's got lots of goodies from various platforms from Atari 2600 to Sega 32X. Stop in and check it out!

NAVA Gamer's Meeting, April 28th: "It's a Jungle Out There"

NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter.

Previously at NAVA...
- In March's "NABA", we temporarily changed the charter of our event to board games. Dubbed "NABA" we busted out a few tables and sat around for some pre-electronic fun.
- The arcade challenge was the curious entry in the Pac-Man series called "Professor Pac-Man". Chris A walked away victorious and $20 richer.
- Hungry Hungry Hippos was the 6pm tournament game, and Mike "TonyTheTiger" was the hungriest. You can't make this stuff up.
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

Pictures tell it best:
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The Store's 8th Arcade Cabinet: Donkey Kong 3

We found a guy in North Bergen who used to be an arcade distributor and mechanic but when the bottom dropped out of that industry he pretty much left everything in storage. Well, we picked out one of the gems at his facility, this Nintendo Donkey Kong 3 cabinet. It's beautiful and now stands next to the equally beautiful Spy Hunter. These two machines are much nicer than the Pepsi machine that used to be in that spot!

NAVA Gamer's Gathering, March 31st: "NABA"

NAVA = North Atlantic Videogame Aficionados. This is a FREE event bringing gamers together for competition, trading, and chatter.

Previously at NAVA...

- In February's "Misery Loves Company", we put a 3DO, CD-i and TRS-80 CoCo out for display with some of the worst games we could find. Everyone seemed to dig it.
- The arcade challenge was the impossible "Logger", a terrible Donkey Kong clone. Cristian unlearned everything he had ever known about gaming to re-learn "Logger", and won the day's challenge.
- Adam Harvey brought along some great show and tell art pieces.
- Attendees took turns in completing the complete mess that is "Plumbers Don't Wear Ties".
- Games and systems traded hands between attendees who brought their own trade boxes.

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DPVideogames.com Launches

DPVideogames.com Launches

Welcome to DPVideogames.com! We are proud to introduce the Digital Press Videogames website, official site for the Clifton, NJ shop. Whereas the vast original Digital Press site will continue to focus on the games, database and archives, the store site will focus more on the social side of things. We'll offer incentives to our local customers here, post up wish lists, sales and events, host our podcast, and much more. Naturally, everyone is welcome to join in the chatter. Follow the site news closely to keep up to date on when new features are added.

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