You’ve been scouring garage sales and Amazon, and collecting games like a champ. You have the games, you have the systems, you have that special edition wall scroll that was only available at Localcon, USA. But now that you have all that stuff, where do you actually put it?
Let’s start with general good practices. Things you should be doing regardless of how old your console is. And if done it the right way, you can have a handsome, decorative collection that can last for years and years, if you just do a little basic planning.
First, figure out what wall, or if you are lucky, what room you want to use to put out your collection. This is probably the most important first step, especially if you want your games to last as long as humanly possible. The key guide is to avoid video games’ worst enemies: temperature changes, UV light and dust.
Then, guard your games! Yes, guard them to preserve them! The core problem with games is dirt. Cartridges collate it in their nooks and crannies, while discs attract and display dust and fingerprints easily. Like it or not, video games have now been around long enough that they can be considered a ‘vintage’ collectible (yes, you are that old).
But no worries, Video Game Protectors were here to the rescue! Just like collecting comic books and baseball cards, a good collection has to be handled with care and properly protected. Properly stored video game collection may seem obvious to many. There’s a lot to discuss on the topic of these products, so let’s get into the nitty gritty!
With that in mind, protectors should be beautifully fit and protect original game boxes. They fit in smoothly and snugly with just enough extra empty space for the best protection. Video Game Protectors has the sole purpose of protecting your collection as it continues to evolve, grow, and also age.
This might sound obnoxious to the average gamer, but to a collector or video game store, it makes sense. Its worth trying out to protect your games for longer!