Welcome to Retro Gaming of Denver's FAQ page! We're thrilled to have you here, ready to dive into the fascinating world of retro gaming. Whether you're a seasoned enthusiast or a curious newcomer, we've got all the answers to your burning questions right here.
At Retro Gaming of Denver, we understand the passion and nostalgia that retro games evoke. That's why we've dedicated ourselves to providing a one-stop resource for all your retro gaming needs. From console repairs to game recommendations, we're here to help you relive those unforgettable gaming moments from your past.
In this FAQ page, we've compiled a comprehensive list of the most commonly asked questions by our valued customers. Wondering how to care for your vintage game cartridges? Curious about the different console options available? Looking to understand the grading system for retro games? Look no further – we've got you covered.
Our team of experts has poured their knowledge and expertise into crafting detailed and accurate answers to each question. We strive to provide you with the most up-to-date information, latest industry trends, and insightful tips to enhance your retro gaming experience.
So grab your favorite controller and get ready to embark on a nostalgic journey. Let's unravel the mysteries, clear the doubts, and ensure that your retro gaming adventures are filled with joy, excitement, and a sense of history.
If you don't find the answer you're looking for, feel free to reach out to our friendly customer support team. We're always here to assist you and ensure that your retro gaming dreams become a reality.
Get ready to press start and let the retro gaming adventure begin!
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Light gun or Zapper not Working?
LCD, Plasma, and Projection televisions are incompatible with light guns and zappers. Only CRT (cathode ray tube) televisions will be compatible.
Don't know how to set up a system or can't get it to work?
Game not working?
Having an issue with a disc based game?
Use a soft cloth (ideally microfiber) to remove all fingerprints from the disc.
If it is a PS2 disc, some blue discs will no longer play in certain PS2 systems; if you purchased the console from us, please contact us and we will arrange for it to be replaced with one that can read blue discs.
If none of these address the issue you are having, please contact us