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« on: March 10, 2015, 01:27:09 PM »

I would like to have two printed catalogs of every NES and Genesis game. I would like to be able to "browse" all the games for a platform without having to use a computer or phone. What I'm imagining is having 8-12 games per page with the box art and some basic meta data (like name, publisher/developer, year, # players, genre). In the back, some indexes with a few different ways to reference the information.

Does anyone know if a product like this already exists? I haven't found anything in my searching. Digital Press has a guide that is out of print that is the closest I have found.

Right now it looks like I will have to create a local database based on RF Generation's database because it allows for some basic data exports and I should be able to download the cover art images by reconstructing a URL based on the id number for the game.

Any ideas or insights?
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