Retro video game collecting is an awesome hobby. But it does mean buying and picking up second-hand retro games. Some of these retro games are decades old and they will suffer along the way. Nintendo’s boxes are particularly prone to wear and tear as they are cardboard. And if you do have a box SNES, NES, or N64 game the chances are you’ve paid a premium to get the game in its box. In this show, we are going to show you how to maintain, repair and restore these classic retro game boxes. We will take a tatty and well-used box, and turn it into a retro collectors gem!
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