QuasiCON Control Panel #2 Winner!
November 30th, time to announce the second winner of a QuasiCON
control panel from Quasimoto
Interactive: congrats to John Ricketts, who is the second lucky
contestant to be getting his hands on one of these fantastic controllers.
Way to go, John!
Don't forget, we've got one more of these beauties
to give away: the next QuasiCON drawing will be on December 15th!
is the last day for you to enter the Grand Prize drawing! Tomorrow
we'll be picking the winner of a Dream Arcades cocktail cabinet
kit (see review).
This the last day for you to enter
for your chance at this beauty, just in time for Christmas...
Something is Going to Happen
What? What is going to happen?
(Check in tomorrow...)
Rollie Electronics Joysticks Winner!
time to announce today's prize winner, this time for a pair of Rollie
Electronics Translucent Joysticks, and that winner is Patrick
Ferre! He wins a pair of translucent joysticks with his choice
of color. Congrats, Patrick!
ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT!
you want a chance to win the Grand Prize of the RetroBlast 2005
Giveaways, a Dream
Arcades cocktail gaming cabinet (your choice of side-by-side
or head-to-head), you've only got two more days to enter! The contest
drawing is on December 1st, and we'll announce the winner right
here. Hurry up and enter if
you haven't already!
Snowy: Treasure Hunter Review
in from Eric Baldauf is a review of Alawar's Snowy: Treasure
Hunter, a Lode Runner inspired digging/puzzle game with an
oh-so-cute protagonist. Okay, so he's adorable, and he's got a
pickaxe — so how's the gameplay? Fear not, the RetroBlast
Reviews Page reveals all...
Final Alawar Pick 3 Winner!
for another contest winner, and this lucky Monday it's Michael
McNulty of England who wins the final Alawar "Pick 3" contest!
Michael gets his choice of three games from Alawar's
great catalog of puzzle and arcade-style PC games. Congrats!
Twin Galaxies in the News, Redux
The Twin Galaxies' site unearthed several 80's
vintage newspaper articles about their site and their mission
to record arcade game high scores. It's a fascinating flashback!
XBox 360 Banned Commercial
this isn't exactly retrogaming, but this
banned XBox 360 commercial brought a smile to my face, bringing
back the joy of pretend play and gaming. Check out the amazing
John Woo-inspired "gun" battle among literally hundreds
of random commuters that had me laughing out loud.
2600 Whups XBox 360
KeyWiz Eco Winner!
winner of the first Groovy
Game Gear Giveaway is Lance Kohnke! Congrats, Lance, you're
now the proud owner of a KeyWiz
Eco No-Solder Encoder!
No prize announcement tomorrow, but tune in again
on Monday for a week full of prizes!
Pinball Expo 2005 Video
Didn't get out to this year's Pinball Expo? Never fear, you can now download
video of this year's show via Bittorrent!
Brass MAME Tokens Being Re-made!
Got word from David Santoro that he's getting ready to have another
run of the brass MAME tokens made. Check
Now That's a Magazine Cover!
just had highlight this month's PinGame
Journal, especially the cheesecake cover (and risqué inner
photo). It's certainly eye-catching, but I only read PGJ for the
Speaking of which, there are some great stories
in the issue, including a color photo spread on the AMOA 2005 show.
Okay, that isn't exactly an article, but trust me, there's some cool
stuff in this month's issue!
Pac-Man Champion Crowned
the Pinball Rolling
X-Arcade Trackball Winner #2
Friday, time to announce the next winner of an X-Arcade
Trackball control panel, and this week's winner is Karl Miracle!
Congrats, Mr. Miracle, you just won the second of five X-Arcade
Trackballs in the RetroBlast / XGaming giveaways! (With a name
like that, how could he not win? ;-)
The giveaways continue: tune in tomorrow for the
first Groovy Game Gear winner!
X-Arcade $85 eBay Specials
Speaking of the X-Arcade Trackball, XGaming is currently running
a special on eBay: for just $85 you can get either a new X-Arcade
Trackball controller or a refurb X-Arcade
2-player panel. If you're doing your holiday shopping online,
this is a deal to check out, but do it soon, as this special only
runs until November 30th!
SlikStik Joysticks Winner #3!
Thanksgiving here in the US, and I'm sure that Paul Jervis is feeling
especially thankful, having just won a set of SlikStik
Illuminated Joystick Handles! Congrats, Paul!
GameRoom Magazine Video Winner!
prize is a copy of "Pleasure
Machines: The History of Pinball"
Magazine. While the name is a bit, um, provocative, the video
itself is a great summary of the origins of pinball. Today's winner
of this video is Don Williams!
Arcade Game Ornaments
Looking for the perfect retrogaming decoration for the holidays?
Check out these arcade
game ornaments! They've got a new "Tempest" addition
for 2005. Not bad at all!
MAME Marquees Winner!
please give a shout out to Fernando Delgado, who just won a marquee
with his choice of marquee design from MAME
Marquees! Congrats, Fernando, and enjoy the marquee!
By the way, this marks the start of the "home
stretch" of the RetroBlast giveaways: there are going to be
prize announcements nearly every weekday from now until December
17th, when the final prize will be given away, so check back often!
More on the bilLABS Multisync Monitor
the "good news" part of the "good news and bad news" about
the bilLABS monitor
has arrived. Yes, the BL27CA1K model (review)
has been discontinued (that's the bad news, btw), but the new BL27CA1Q model
is not a lesser performer (that's the good news!) According to
the spec sheet, it looks like it's available in two models: a Tri-Sync
(CGA / EGA / VGA) model that is basically an equivalent to the
Wells-Gardner D9200 and the Betson Multisync, and a Quad-Sync (CGA
/ EGA / VGA / SVGA) model that includes a 48kHz mode (that's 1024x768!).
No word on the pricing difference for the 48kHz model, but that's
the one I'd pick!
Update: Bad news — it
looks like the 48kHz version of the bilLABS BL27CA1Q monitor
is only available in quantites of 1,000 or more! Time to round up
a bunch of cab-building friends... (thanks to Mike Quinlan for the
Twilight Zone Guide
the ultimate guide to Bally's Twilight Zone pinball: the rules,
strategies, even the bugs and "easter eggs". This document
has steadily morphed over the years, including being converted
into HTML, Microsoft Word, and now Adobe Reader (.PDF) format.
Everything's hyperlinked and cross-referenced, and Will Irace even
added photos when he converted and updated the document for printing.
(Be sure and check out his Twilight
RGT Lightgun First-hand Experiences
I got a great email from Andreas Derr in which he details his experiences
with the RGT:G1
light gun (the Xbox/PS2 version):
I have bought the RGT G1 (not the Firehawk). You can
get drivers for windows for the gun at http://xoomer.virgilio.it/smogdragon/ .
You have to fiddle a little bit around, but it works. The accuracy
is not as good as the Act-Labs Guns. But there are two more problems:
you cant really aim something, since does not have a notch and bead
(rear and front sight) (I hope i translated it right). You only have
a -lets say- 30x30 cm area where you can move the gun, since the
focus of the camera is very small. If you move too much, the gun
doesn't work anymore. Shooting offscreen is not easy. It's better
to configure another button as reload, since you cant get the aim
back so fast (like you can with the act labs). The good news is that
it really works with all monitors, even with my flatscreen. I personally
don't use it, since my act-labs works much better. I had some problems
with my actblabs guns, but actlabs changed my VGA-boxes and now they
Thanks for the email, Andreas!
Coin-Op.TV Does Vidcasting!
Rob over at Coin-Op.TV has
just converted several recent episodes into a video
podcasting format. If you're into RSS feeds, check it out!
Under The Pier Arcade Game Exhibit
Monty Python, mix in coin operated games, and what do you get?
The Pier Show, a uniquely British arcade exhibit featuring
unique and bizarre custom coin-operated machines. From the "auto-frisk"
to the instant weight loss machine, this is as much "pay-performance
art" as it is gaming, and it sure looks fun!
Philly Classic 2005 Coverage
own "roving reporter" Mitch Gerson attended this year's
Video Game Expo, also affectionately known as the Philly Classic.
With everything from classic consoles to the Videotopia arcade
game exhibit, it promised to be a memorable event, but was it all
it could be? Visit the Retrogaming Articles
page to find out!
Firehawk Light Gun Delayed
was recently brought to my attention that the RGT:Firehawk
light gun, originally scheduled for a "Christmas 2005" release,
has been pushed back to a vague "2nd Quarter 2006" date.
This is disappointing, as the wireless Firehawk light gun is supposed
to work with any display device.
eat up vintage Colorado arcade
your old arcade: high-tech centers capture video craze
Arcade Treasures 3 Review
Stern Pinball Factory...in "Pinorama"!
Check out these great 360° "pinorama"
photos of the Stern Pinball factory! These are in Quicktime
VR format, so you'll need to have Quicktime installed, but what
a great way to take a virtual tour of the last remaining pinball
Where'd You Find That Music?
I've already gotten several requests about the music in the Philly
Classic 2005 video — the answer's in the video's credits,
but it got a bit scrunched when the video was recoded for web viewing:
"Music from Electroid Rebuilt by Charlie Malone. Visit electroidmusic to
purchase this excellent gaming music remix album!"
Legendary Video Game Stars from the 1980s
to Gather in Texas
From the PlayMeter
news: "A video game convention of superstars who were prominent
back in the early 1980s is scheduled for Humble, Texas, Dec. 2-4,
Among the dozens of visiting celebrities will be
Abdner Ashamn of Brooklyn, N.Y., who is world famous as the record
holder on Ms. Pac-Man and Robotron. Also, coming from San Jose, Calif.,
is Mike Klug, a legendary competitor and former world record holder
on Atari's Pole Position; and Greg Sakundiak of Calgary, Alberta,
Canada, who held many world records on classic arcade games during
the ‘80s but retired from gaming to pursue a career in professional
Massive Giveaway Onslaught!
Okay, we're in the home stretch of the RetroBlast 2005 Giveaways,
and that means that starting next week there are going to be a lot of
prize announcements: we've got four weeks lined up of nearly daily
giveaways! If you haven't entered the contests you're interested
in, now is the time!
Of special note: the Dream Arcades Grand
Prize drawing, for your choice of a side-by-side or head-to-head
cocktail cabinet, will be held on December 1st — that's just
12 days away!
X-Arcade Trackball Winner #1
last, it's finally time to announce the first winner of the X-Arcade
Trackball control panel, and the winner is Greg Beckley! Congrats,
Greg, you just won one of five X-Arcade Trackballs in the RetroBlast/XGaming
Stay tuned, because we'll be giving away another
unit next Friday!
XGaming Midway Game CD Winners
is it: the last Midway Game CD giveaways! Here are the final five
winners of the XGaming Midway Games CD. Congrats to this week's
Philly Classic Video
news just keeps pouring in today: just dropped off via FedEx (I'm
not kidding) is a report by Mitch Gerson on the Philly
Classic Video Gaming Expo held last weekend. I'll get the full
report up a bit later, but I thought I'd go ahead and give you
the video photo montage Mitch cooked up to whet your appetitie:
it's available over on the RetroBlast Video
Hyperspace Invader Review
looking to be a big review day: hot off the RetroBlast virtual
presses is Ron Brown Jr.'s review of URSE game's Hyperspace Invaders,
an old-fashioned schmup (shoot 'em up) with power ups and a spiffy
modern graphics. But does it add anything new to the genre, and
does it get the basics right? Check the Reviews
page for the scoop!
Wei-Ya M2929DC-62 / bilLABS BL27CA1K Monitor
in at RetroBlast is an excellent review of the Wei-Ya M2929DC-62
(where do they get these names?), also known to many of you as
"that new bilLABS arcade monitor". Salvador Barqueros,
aka “Barkuti”, has written up a great summary of his
experiences with this MAME-friendly monitor. Full details over on
the Product Reviews page!
Groovy Game Gear Giveaways!
more great goodies! Groovy
Game Gear has donated three great products for the giveaways:
a KeyWiz Eco No-Solder Keyboard Encoder Interface, a GP-Wiz No-Solder
Game Controller Interface, and an LED-Wiz Lighting/Output Interface!
Full details of the new contest are available from the RetroBlast
Note: if you want a particular Groovy
Game Gear giveaway item, please specify that in the body of your
MCM.ini .101 Released
I don't know if you have ever wanted to filter your MAME ROM sets,
getting rid of all the mahjong games, for example, but if you do
want to "trim the fat," MCM
(MAME Content Manager) is the way to do it. And MCM is best
with MCM.ini, a special set of filters that makes it even more
powerful. Max Hutchinson has just updated the MCM.ini file to version
.101, and it's available from the RetroBlast
File Downloads page!
Longest Serving Professional Gaming Referee...Walter
Day, founder of the worldwide electronic gaming industry's
official scorekeeper site Twin
Galaxies, has been refereeing world computer game high
scores since 1982, which apparently has earned him a Guinness
In fact, the entire Twin Galaxies site is now part
of the Guinness Book of World Records, covering a full two-page spread
in the venerable records book! Congrats, Walter and Twin Galaxies!
MAME .102 Released
Don't know how this slipped under my radar, but MAME
.102 was recently released! Adding in a handful of new games
and a dollop of bug fixes, MAME just keeps goin' and goin'...
QuasiCON Control Panel Winner!
November 15th, which means it's time to announce the first winner
of the QuasiCON control panel giveaways from Quasimoto
Interactive: congrats are due to David Taylor, who is the first
contestant to be getting his hands on one of these great controllers.
Way to go, David!
Don't forget, we've got two more of these beauties
to give away: the next QuasiCON drawing will be on November 30th!
Win an Exclusive Warriors Cab!
is having a promotion with RockStar Games (the GTA folks) to promote
their new videogame The Warriors, based on the cult classic
To promote the game, RockStar and GameStop are giving
away one of five custom "Warriors"-themed arcade cabs.
The cabs are designed to run XBox games and include a 27" flat-screen
TV and a 36 watt amp, just the thing for bone-crunching street
Thanks Brian, for the link!
2005 BYOAC Tokens News
nickel-plated versions of the 2005
BYOAC Tokens are now shipping: I just got mine yesterday, and
they are wonderfully shiny. Mitchell Gardiner ("PixelHugger" in
the BYOAC forums) has done an absolutely exceptional job this year
on the artwork. I'm sorry to have to report that this year's design
has already sold out!
The Perfect Home Arcade Carpet?
you've been looking for that "arcade authentic" final
touch for your home arcade, one of the carpets from Astro
Carpet mills might be just the ticket. Not subtle and definitely
not for the living room, these unique designs are however perfectly
at home in a gameroom, and would probably look fantastic under
a black light.
Alawar Pick 3 Winner!
for another contest winner, and today it's Greg Walsh who wins
the Alawar "Pick 3" contest! Greg gets his choice of
three games from Alawar's
ever-growing catalog of puzzle and arcade games. Congrats,
Big Contest Week
There are several contest announcements coming this week, including
the first Quasimoto QuasiCon controller giveaway tomorrow! Better enter
now if you want a chance to win!
Retro Arcade Radio
when I think I've found the ultimate stash of retrogaming music
(see yesterday's news), Peter Hirshberg emails me that he has a
Live365 station, entitled Retro
Arcade Radio, that includes all of those songs and (monster
truck voice) "more, More, MORE!"
Very cool and thanks, Peter!
Arcade: The Documentary
Just stumbled across a unique twenty-minute retrogaming-related video
over at iFilms: Arcade:
The Documentary. Billed as "Documented True Stories
of Espionage and Video Game Cover Ups," this video is a quirky,
deadpan look at arcade games that will have you asking "is
this for real?"
Stern is Hiring!
If you're a pinball-addicted mechanical engineer, Stern
wants you. They're currently looking for a Mechanical/Project
Eng. to work on the design, development and manufacture of pinball
machines at their headquarters in Melrose Park, Illinois.
MAME Startup Video
another very cool video contributed
by Alex Schütz: it's a twenty-second animated MAME "startup" sequence,
complete with special effects. It's designed for front ends such
as MAMEwah, and it sure gets me in a retrogaming mood! (Video is
in AVI format)
Video of Europe's Biggest Arcade Game Collection
You think you've got a great home arcade? Check out this video
of André Vossen's collection of over a hundred dedicated cabs and
5000 PCBs in Worms, Germany! Thanks again to Alex Schütz for the link!
The Ultimate Collection of Arcade Songs!
Think finding "Pac-Man Fever" on the net is a find? Well, check out
collection of practically every videogame-themed song ever written! Most
of these songs are obscure for good reason, but it's still something a true
arcadeiac will want to check out. Thanks to James McGovern for the find!
More Coin-Op.TV Goodness
Lots of cool just rolled in over at Coin-Op.TV,
including an interview with the creators of Pac-Man World 3.
Back to the Arcade
Classic Arcade Review
Legends 2: The Second Coming
There: Bill Gates Does Doom
XGaming Midway Game CD Winners
all do the Friday winner's shuffle! Here are this week's five winners
of the XGaming Midway Games CD. Congrats to this week's group:
Also, next week marks both the final Midway Games
CD giveaway, and the first X-Arcade
Trackball control panel giveaway. Stay tuned, because there will
be lots of contest news coming up!
Alawar Arctic Quest
like there's a new game from Alawar. From the press release: "In Arctic
Quest from Alawar
Entertainment, you set out to solve the puzzles, each of which
takes the shape of an animal or other tropical wonder. As various
pieces of ice fall from the sky, you grab them with your mouse,
rotate them and place them on a grid within the puzzle, filling
in the shape and returning warmth to the island bit by bit."
that "retrogaming vibe" on your desktop? Try these funky-looking
Mario speakers! Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like they're
for sale yet, but who knows? Stranger things have made it to market.
Thanks to Joseph Elwell for the news!
Time (Out) Tunnel
a very interesting project: the
Time Out Tunnel Virtual Museum , a movie being created by Peter
Hirshberg. Based on a real arcade chain from the 1980's, Peter's
movie will recreate the mall-arcade experience (minus the bullies
and the bad smells, of course!) Thanks to Mitch Gerson for the
XGaming Trackball, Parts Sold Seperately
looks like XGaming is now selling their custom trackball unit separately
from their excellent trackball control panel (review).
I was very impressed with this unit, and it's a very good price:
Arcade Trackball is now available for purchase for $69.95.
US Video Game Players, Re-unite!
It looks like the U.S. National Video Game Team is re-forming, and is holding
tryouts over the next three months to choose players. Twin
Galaxies has all the details.
Quake Arcade Machine Prototype on eBay
of the very rare prototype
Quake Arcade machines is currently up on eBay (although it
the auction may be over by the time you read this!). One of only
about 20 machines made, it tried to use a trackball to adapt the
PC FPS experience to an arcade machine. How well did it make the
transition, you may ask — it'll cost you $6,000.00 to find
out! (Thanks to Ron Brown for the link!)
From Neptune to Earth Coming
don't know if you've been following the online saga From
Neptune to Earth, a space combat adventure inspired by
the classic video game Gyruss,
but it's now coming out in book form (great for those of us who
prefer to read in bed!)
The adventures of the 357th JMFAS Gyruss Squadron
will soon be available as a book
from Good Deal Games for only $9.99.
More Classic Video Game T-Shirts
The "retro" look
really seems to be taking off, at least for T-shirts — here
are some more classic
arcade game-themed t-shirts. I'm especially fond of the Asteroids
one, but with a slogan of "Get Your Rocks Off!", I doubt
I'd have the guts to actually wear it in public!
Deficit Disorder? Try Video Games
Fall of the Arcade
Offering Video-Game Degrees
Games for New-fangled Gamers
I've Been South-Parked!
Rash pointed out that some of the guys on the BYOAC
forums were "South Park-ing" people, creating caricatures
in the paper-cutout style of the TV show South Park. I apparently
fell victim to this craze, but it's not a bad likeness! Thanks
to M3talhead for the caricature!
Pop-Up Contest #8 Winner!
winner of the eighth RetroBlast pop-up contest, for a copy of the 2006
Mr. Pinball List & Price Guide, is Ian Piggott, aka "The
Pinny Parlour"! Congrats, Ian!
X-Arcade Price Drop
in time for the holiday buying season comes the great news that
XGaming has dropped the price of their 2-player
X-Arcade control panel to $129.95, a drop of $20 from the old
price. If you've been considering an X-Arcade, this is probably
the time to buy!
Prank at University
Ancient Shadow Review
NES Console Knockoff is a Lemon
Extends US Arcade Business with GameWorks Acquisition
Brass 2005 BYOAC Tokens Are Shipping!
Santoro emailed me to let me know that the new 2005
BYOAC tokens have arrived. (Oh, that's "Build
Your Own Arcade Controls" for those who don't know) Yes,
the long wait is over, at least for those who ordered the brass
tokens (nickel-plated will take a bit longer). If you're interested,
you can still order them from ArcadeTokens.com.
Contributing to the Pinball Hall of Fame
the news that the Pinball Hall of Fame has found a home and will
be opening soon, I thought it might be appropriate to mention how
to contribute to the effort. If you'd like to contribute, you can
send a donation to:
Pinball Hall of Fame
Las Vegas Pinball Collector's Club
2620 S. Maryland #241 PMB
Las Vegas, NV 89109
You can also paypal a donation to firstname.lastname@example.org
XGaming Midway Game CD Winners
now: It's FRRRIIIIIDAY! , time to announce another five winners
of the XGaming Midway Games CD. Congrats to this week's group (especially
Pop-Up Contest #7 Winner
it's time to pick a winner of the 2006
Pinball Calendar, and that winner is...Dan Imblum! I'll be
mailing his calendar out tomorrow, and with any luck the postal
service will get it to him before the new year begins!
Stay tuned, btw...there just may be another pop-up
contest coming very soon...
Pinball Hall of Fame to Open SOON!
Wow, this one caught me off guard, but it's great news — after just writing
about the Hall of Fame in my Pins and
Vids review, Tim Arnold has announced that the
Pinball Hall of Fame has leased a building in Las Vegas, (here's a Google
Map of the location) and they are already frantically working on setting
up shop. It looks to be a good location, and while there's not room for all
1,000 of Tim Arnold's pinballs, there's still 4,400 square feet, which is enough
for a very sizable exhibit. Where else can you see history and play it at the
Croc Hunter Pinball!
rumors were true: Wayne Gillard and the Pinball Factory have just
posted a picture of their upcoming Crocodile
Hunter pinball, which will be sold under the Bally name (which
they acquired this year). No playfield shots yet, and it's just
coming "in 2006", but it's encouraging to finally see
some news about new pinball machines!
Suzo Inductive Joystick
in to the RetroBlast Test Labs is a very cool controller device,
the Suzo "Universal Inductive Control System", a.k.a...a
joystick. It's a unique stick, similar to the Perfect 360 opticals
in some ways and radically different in others. I'll be adding
a review of this stick to the Joystick Roundup soon, so stay tuned...
New MAMEroom Cocktail Cabinet Kits
now selling cocktail-style
arcade cabinet kits. The kits consist of easy-to-assemble CNC-milled
black melamine panels, ready for your controls and PC system. Best
part? They're selling for a special introductory price of just
$250! (Regular price $350) There's a 4-week lead time on these
cabs, so order now if you're looking for a Christmas present.
Costco Selling Arcade Legends for $1999
Yup, Costco, the ultra-discount retalier, seems to have acquired a stock of
the Ultracade Arcade Legends cabs, and are selling them for $1999, a price
that's just barely above the "dealer cost."
Pins and Vids Video Magazine #1 Review
new TV schedule just not holding your interest? How about two hours
of programming devoted to what you really care about,
video games and pinball? Al Warner and Paul Kiefert host the premiere
of "Pins and Vids Video Magazine", a collection
of interviews, show coverage, and general insanity sure to make
any enthusiast's day. The review is available over on the Product
the IGN Live Expo, and the talented Becky Young hosts a two
part episode which includes interviews with Roderick Alemania (IGN
Sr Dir of Business Development), the band '8 Bit Weapon', Frank
Dennis (America's Army), Jon Gibson (I am 8 Bit), Call of Duty
2 on the Xbox 360 and more!
Tony Kwintera wrote in to point out that there is a great collection of "arcade
ambiance" sounds, recorded from 1982-1988, over at the coinopvideogames.com site.
Sit back, tune in, and dream of days gone by...
More on the Billabs Arcade Monitor
some news from Bill Alexander: He checked in with Billabs
Manufacturing about their multisync monitor, and discovered
that "the BL27CA1K is a discontinued item. It is replaced
by the new and improved BL27CA1Q Autosync(tm) 15kHz-40kHz capable
of CGA-EGA-VGA-SVGA up to 800x600 resolution. The price is $475/unit.
One-year warranty out of Atlanta, GA."
Taito Legends Review
Hills has just submitted a review of the new Taito Legends compilation,
29 classic video games all in one handy PC CD-ROM. Sporting a unique
interface and lots of extras, it makes things look great, but how
does it reproduce the original games? The review reveals all, over
on the Product Reviews page!
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