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Retro Dustbin Holiday Gift Guide for Retro Gamers

2017 Retro Dustbin Game Guide

The holidays are quickly approaching and whether you’re a retro game enthusiast looking to treat yo’ self or looking for a gift idea for a gamer you know, you can probably use this handy guide. Check out Retro Dustbin’s 2017 Holiday Gift Guide!

FanFit Gaming Desk Lights

FanFit Gaming Lights

Perfect for adding extra flair to a home or work office desk, FanFit Gaming neon lamps are the “gifts gamers actually want.”

New “Retro” Games from Mega Cat Studios

Creepy Brawlers Special Edition

Mega Cat Studios has been making quality retro game carts for years. They take a unique spin on classic gaming, like with this limited edition NES game.

Retro Gaming Board Games from Pressman Toys

Oregon Trail game pieces

Over the last few years, I’ve noticed more and more interesting board games pop up in stores and online. A few of my personal favorite releases have been the retro gaming-inspired board games made by Pressman Toys. These can be found at Target and won’t break the bank (you may even catch them on sale). “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” just lends itself so well to the format.

NES Jab Gamepad from Retro Fighers

Retro Fighters Jab Gamepad

Looking to add new life to your NES collection? This gamepad from Retro Fighters will bring you a modern advantage to your retro gaming sessions!

Windjammers Frisbee® from Fan Gamer

Retro Fighters Jab Gamepad

Frisbee and Windjammers is a match made in heaven. Grab one from Fan Gamer and relive the glory that is the 90s. And this time you can do it outside!

Video Game Vinyl from Data Discs

Streets of Rage vinyl from Data Discs

These can be a little tricky to get because Data Discs tend to sell out. But, they’re always re-stocking so if you know a vinyl/video game lover, this gift will bring double the joy! Their latest release is a Sonic Mania vinyl that has a planned restock before Christmas. Be sure to sign up for their newsletter to keep up with new releases.

 

Johnny grew up sharing NES, Genesis, and Playstation games with his older brother. His first personal system was the Nintendo 64. After regaining most of his old games, he began to expand his collection. Eventually, his mission became to collect anything and everything retro related.