Collecting retro games is more popular than ever. Between the rise of YouTube, clone hardware such as the Retron series, podcasts like Retronauts, and growing preservation efforts, everyone is going after old games in myriad formats. But time is an uncaring, unwavering straight line, and that line is cruel to old plastic carts and discs. It doesn't help that a lot of people don't know what they're doing either, and don't even get me started on retail store abuse. The following list is a bunch of venting points that any retro gaming collector can relate to, no matter how long they've been in the scene.
10 Infuriating Problems of Retro Gamers