The videogame finder began in 1993 as the only known to exist videogame-catalogs. Consisting of three homemade paperback catalogs: NES, Genesis, and SNES. The digital version was launched January 30, 2022, the day SEGA closed its last arcade in Japan. It is the "final edition". Its primary purpose is to allow for discovery of new videogames one may want to play. It will eventually contain every videogame ever made. It showcases the absolute best box cover for each game, regardless of country.
These early videogame catalogs provided what only a retail store could offer, an aisle of videogames. For the entire life of videogames, there was no way to discover new games to play after a game stopped being sold in stores. It was a slow fade into obscurity once a game left store shelves. Only pop-culture could resurface a vintage videogame. This need to discover new games to play became much more important in the era of digital-only videogame releases.
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