Christmas is getting closer every day and for those that play video games the holiday usually means at least one or two video games are going to end up under the Christmas tree. However, this year you might think about getting a gift that goes on the Christmas tree as well as ThinkGeek the retailer has a new video game themed decoration to add to every . . . → Read More: Put a few retro games under the Christmas tree this year
Those that miss the magic of sticking a game cartridge into a gaming console and turning it on might be able to get a little bit of that thrill back with the new stock of games released by Funstock.
Funstock is releasing a host of retro game cartridges that are compatible with some of the most popular consoles. Its products are advertised to work with GameGear, Sega’s . . . → Read More: Funstock bring retro gaming right back into vogue
Coco Rocha is often referred to as the master of a million looks, but it seems like her look du jour is actually retrofitted. She chose to step out this week sporting her pixie cut paired with a diamond necklace and retro fitted dress to make a stunning style statement.
While long hair is generally perceived as glamorous and young, Coco choose to slick back her retro . . . → Read More: Coco Rocha steps out in full on retro look
Although Apple iPhone 5C sales may be struggling a bit in the major markets for the mobile giant, its original model is becoming a high priced and highly sought after item as collectors are starting to turn their gaze to the original item.
In fact, while the original iPhone is not that old, the retro version of the phone is already fetching thousands on eBay the auction . . . → Read More: Original iPhone set to be the collectors item of the future
If you think that video games stores in Japan will be outstanding and offer more to video game lovers and be much better than those in the UK then think again. Nearly 90% of the video game stores in Japan are no different to the Best Buys and Gamestops you find at home.
All these stores have a huge collection of video games, guides, kiosks and DVD’s. . . . → Read More: Retro gaming is alive and kicking in Japan
A new sweet shop opened in Darlington town centre opened this year and is proving to be a massive success . With lots of sugary stuff on offer for the public from day one, the colourful premises of the outlet named The Retro Sweet Shop was full of customers. The crowds got a chance to taste the stuff that local entrepreneur Sannae Aljabory offered them in . . . → Read More: Retro sweets proving to be a massive success
It would appear that the eighties (that’s the 1980′s you know – the long dead past ) have experienced a resurrection. Not only are we seeing a re-run of ’80′s music and fashions, but we’re also going to be carrying around an 80′s-style phone – or at least the hippest amongst us will, even if ‘hip’ went out of style quite a while ago too.
We’re not . . . → Read More: Why we love the 80’s
A lot of good ideas never amount to much, often for lack of sufficient funds or the know-how to implement them successfully. However, sometimes a good notion really does pay off, as in the case of the retro Rem-Pod. The BBC 2 television series ‘Dragon’s Den’ brings people with ideas to the stage, where people with ‘financial clout’ make their judgments on the potential worth of . . . → Read More: Retro gadget is a great help to dementia sufferers
Although slicked back hairstyles dominate the catwalk, we are craving the Kelly Brook voluminous tresses style. According to Lee Stafford, we are not the only ones in this situation. The application of blow-dry volume spray, is also picking up. Many girls keep asking what they can do to make their hair thicker.
He answers the girls by telling them that they can use My Big Fat Retro . . . → Read More: Bring volume and height to your hair with retro styling products
Featuring the same design and logo that was popular due to the 1975 movie “Jaws”, Narragansett Beer has come up with new commemorative cans. The can was made famous when the leading character Captain Sam Quint, played by Robert Shaw, crushes a can of Narragansett lager to scare off the shark, created by Richard Dreyfuss.
All cans for the beer, irrespective of the volume, will bear the . . . → Read More: New beers set to make their mark in retro cans