Minneapolis, MN, June 08, 2022 – Game Phoenix’s Video Game Catalog Explodes with Added, Classic Platforms
After starting the Game Phoenix video game trading community with a focus on current gaming systems, the team has expanded their catalog to include all systems back to the original Nintendo and Sega Master System.
The update adds literally thousands of games to the trading platform in hopes of enticing the growing community of video game enthusiasts who enjoy classic games. Now with a library of almost 20,000 titles, covering classic and current games, Game Phoenix is making titles available that users haven’t seen in decades.
“Shortly after launch, we had emails coming in from gamers who were asking about older systems,” said Game Phoenix Founder Josh Klun. “There are so many games that were only put out on systems like Sega Genesis and Nintendo Game Boy, so as gamers we completely understood. We’re so pleased to make these games available for the users in our community.”
About Game Phoenix Game Phoenix (https://www.gamephoenix.co) is a website that allows users to list all the physical video games they wish to pass along – while also connecting them with other gamers looking to trade. The Game Phoenix platform connects gamers who simply send each other their respective games. No money changes hands; the transaction is limited to buying postage and mailing packages.
Here’s a list of the systems whose games are now included on Game Phoenix:
PlayStation 4 (PS4) PlayStation 3 (PS3) PlayStation 2 (PS2) PlayStation 1 PlayStation Vita (PSVITA) PlayStation Portable (PSP) XBox One XBox 360 XBox Nintendo Switch Nintendo Wii U Nintendo Wii Nintendo Gamecube Nintendo 64 (N64) Super Nintendo Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Nintendo Game Boy DS Nintendo Game Boy Advance (Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP) Nintendo Game Boy Color Nintendo Game Boy Sega Saturn Sega Dreamcast Sega Mega-CD 32X (SegaCD) Sega Genesis Sega Master System Sega Game Gear
Game Phoenix was founded by gamers, built on the belief that video games are art. We believe gamers should share old games with others who’ll appreciate them, and that no game should be garbage. We believe our community of gamers should spend their money on new games, supporting the artists who create them.