So, you love video games.
How do you keep track of your collection?
What is your collection WORTH?
Whether you're "old school" or a modern game player and collector, you owe it to yourself to know what's out there and know what it's worth.
Digital Press has been analyzing and compiling video game databases since 1991 and rest assured there is no organization more experienced or knowledgeable on the subject of collecting and analyzing the value of the items in this fast-growing hobby.
Get the edge on your bidding, thrifting, and rummaging competition with our guides, which not only place values on every game system ever released in the US (as well as most released overseas), but also give you in-depth information about each system's library.
Complete your collection! With the Collector's Guides by your side, you've got all the tools you need.
The "Classic" Guide...
Our original guide has undergone seven editions over the last ten years, and is an invaluable resource for the most vintage of systems, from the original Odyssey and dedicated Pong systems right up through and including the venerable Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The Classic Guide covers over 30 systems and is a must for the Atari or Nintendo 8-bit collector. MORE INFO
The "Advance" Guide...
Debuting in 2004 after years of research behind the scenes, this book picks up where the "Classic" leaves off, beginning with the 16-bit era systems like Genesis, TurboGrafx-16 and Super Nintendo and ending with the Sega Dreamcast and Sony PlayStation. MORE INFO
BOTH Books ...
Both guides provide complete game lists for all consoles, including a rarity rating, approximate dollar value, publisher, developer, game designers, part numbers, game cheats, landmarks, background information, magazine ratings, coin-op tie-ins, recommendations and de-recommendations, spot reviews, and more. It's NOT just a book of lists, these are comprehensive reference guides to the game systems you love!
For more details, select one!
Digital Press has been producing a bi-monthly fanzine targeting the gamer/collector since 1991. Unlike the Guide, the regular issues also include game reviews and commentary on contemporary systems such as the PS2, Xbox and GameCube. The team includes a dozen writers who, like crack babies, have been hopelessly addicted - to video games - since birth.
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Last updated: Tuesday, March 01, 2011 09:38 PM