Through a series of articles, I detail the history of the video game industry in regards to specific companies, consoles, and pieces of hardware.
In this section I provide in depth reviews of game consoles, past and present, from my own collection. Included are details about the consoles' history, specs, and hi-resolution pictures.
A lot of first- and third-party hardware and software items are released that don't get the recognition that they deserve. In this section, I highlight some of the best.
Everyone who likes to play, collect, or otherwise has a love for video games has their two cents. I have a pocket full of pennies.
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Learn about me, my collection, how I got started colleting, and where I can see my collection going in the future. I also detail why I decided to make this site, and provide a means for you to contact me.
Welcome to i64X.com
i64X.com was designed to share images, video, and information about video games, video game hardware, and video game industry history with enthusiasts and collectors all around the world. i64X.com focuses primarily on vintage and classic gaming hardware between the years 1980 and 2000 from various gaming hardware manufacturers.
On this site, I review classic and vintage games, hardware, and technologies which I believe played an important role in the evolution of the gaming industry. All of the items reviews on this site are from my own collection, and this site will continue to grow as my collection grows. I collect these items as a hobby, and am excited to share them with the world.
If you have any questions, comments, or would like to address any corrections that should be made regarding historical facts presented on this site, you can contact me via the contact form on the About page. I will do my best to respond to all emails as soon as possible, and encourage any advice that any of my fellow collectors and enthusiasts would care to share.
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AV Famicom (HVC-101)
Midwest Gaming Classic 2012
Sega Genesis 6-button Joystick
Sega Genesis 3-button Joystick
SNES Super Advantage Joystick
The History of Sega Part IV
The History of Sega Part III
The History of Sega Part II
The History of Sega Part I
Vintage Console Spotlight
The Sega Mark III was only released in Japan. It is Sega's third major console release after the SG-1000 and the SG-1000 Mark II. The console would later see a re-incarnation as the Sega Master System. In this article I explore the Mark III hardware.