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June 2012 Retro Gaming Article

June 11, 2012 Retro Gaming Blog Post:

Imagine having protective cases with original artwork for your loose Atari 2600 carts- Retro Game Cases

For retro game collectors, loose cartridges can be hard to manage. Shoe boxes don't do your collection justice, but neither does having them spill off the shelf into a heap. And what about those pristine manuals? How does one preserve them?
Custom protective archival game cases for retro games
The YouTube video below tipped me off to a pretty cool product that I'm hoping is as awesome as it looks! These look like a cool way to protect, organize and store retro games and manuals. These cases will look awesome on a shelf. What Atari collector could pass up such an amazing way to display carts?

I am so amped to discover a company that will make cases for Atari 2600 cartridges. With the original artwork, these are a welcome addition to anyone's collection. I'd be pretty psyched to begin a game of Asteroids by opening a hard-shell case! :)

Check out the Retro Game Cases web site.

From the Retro Game Cases web site:
Custom protective archival game cases are not only a safe way to protect your vintage video games, but also a very appealing way to show off that collection you've been working on. Each case insert is designed using styles from the artwork of the original boxes, but in a vertical format that matches that of movies and modern games from the Wii and PS3 platforms.

Custom protective archival game cases for retro games

Video game storage for retro game cartridges - Retro Game Cases

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