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Submitted by MissKitteh 772d ago | article

DIY Mold-Making, Resin Casting, and the Sega SC-3000

Wired.com writes, "The kids today have all grown up in a world in which there have always been game consoles, and the market has always been a three-way race between Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo. For us old-timers though, there was a time when being able to play video games at home was a never-before-seen experience, and the marketplace was a wild-west full of names like Atari, Sega, Coleco, Magnavox, Fairchild, and others. Furthermore, many of us old-timers are eager to relive the fond memories we have of the hours spent with these childhood consoles, be it through emulators or, better yet, vintage hardware." (Culture, Sega)

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