[Event] Video Game Market 4 – Doncaster Dome, 25th Feb 2017

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VGM4-AnnouncementAfter a hugely successful move to the mighty Doncaster Dome, we’re proud to announce that the Video Game Market is back for 2017. As the biggest and unrivalled retro gaming sales fair in the UK, this is yet another pixel-perfect day filled with bargains and rarities you won’t want to miss.

Hailed as an indoor car boot sale with nothing but video games crammed to the edges of each trader’s stall, Doncaster Dome is once again ready to be filled with full-time sellers and a wide selection of collectors setting up shop to sell off their spares. Last year’s event saw over 170 tables worth of sellers filling the venue’s arena hall, and countless buyers buzzing with their retro gaming hauls – and this year will be just as impressive.

Those attending the event and seeking the rarer or more valuable titles around are in luck, with the likes of Earthbound, Blue Debugging PlayStation 1 Consoles, and even a Super Nintendo Demo Kiosk all making an appearance in 2016. Gamers starting their very own collections can browse through the vast supplies of cartridges and discs on show, whilst those looking to fill gaps in their collections need look no further. And last but not least anyone on the look-out for the hottest merchandise, custom painted consoles, and backlit Game Boys will also be going home happy. Purchases aside you’ll be able to meet up with a plethora of retro gamers from the community, various YouTubers documenting the event, and no doubt plenty of Pokemon Go players too.

Needless to say this is all but a brief summary of what the Video Game Market will once again offer. With entry prices frozen for yet another year at the low cost of £2, this community driven event is very much run by collectors for collectors. All you need to do is set your targets on Doncaster Dome for February 25th 2017 and be there for 10am!

Link: Video Game Market 4 Official Website

Link: Video Game Market 4 Updates on Facebook

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