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Welcome to the official Classic Gaming Quarterly fan shop! Here you can support the show, and score some sweet merch.

If you’d like to buy more than one of any item, simply add one to your cart, and then adjust the quantity prior to checkout.

All prices in USD. Prices do not include shipping, but all orders ship for a flat rate of $2.00 in the United States or $3.00 internationally, no matter how much you order, and no matter where in the world you live.  

If you would like to support the show but don’t want to buy anything, you can make a one-time donation or set up a recurring monthly subscription by clicking one of the two buttons at the bottom of the page.

NEW!  Classic Gaming Quarterly Mixtapes

The ultimate in hipsterphernalia! As seen on CGQ+, these mixtapes feature some of the best music released on their respective consoles in their respective years.  These were all created using name brand (Maxell, TDK, Fuji, Sony, etc.), type 1 ferric cassette tapes, and are new with the exception of a random handful of the vol. 2 tapes, which were made using gently used Memorex dBS cassettes, just like the one seen in the video.  The J-cards (“inserts” to cassette newbs) were printed on semi-gloss photo paper for optimal color reproduction, but are all hand-cut and therefore may be slightly imperfect, and each cassette comes in a resealable polypropylene sleeve (think tiny magazine bag).  The games listed on the cover are only the highlights of the cassette and do not include all of the games featured on the tape.  The tape type indicated on the spine only refers to the tape used to create the original video.

** By placing your order, you acknowledge that you own the games featured on these tapes and therefore have a right to a backup copy of their soundtracks.**

SHIPPING TO US ONLY!  Overseas postage for these tapes is about $25 and is therefore not feasible.  International orders received will therefore be canceled.

$25.00 per set. Individual tapes not currently available.

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The Original 3-Inch “Classic Gaming Quarterly” Sticker

This “Classic Gaming Quarterly” sticker takes its design cues from the old T&C Surf Designs stickers from the 1980’s.  The artwork was even drawn by the same artist responsible for the T&C characters, including Thrilla Gorilla!  High-quality vinyl-coated stickers that can stand up to abuse!  These are waterproof, so you can even put them on things like travel coffee mugs, and they won’t come off when you wash.  Can’t speak to their durability in the dishwasher.  At this price, buy a handful of them, and use them to vandalize your school, neighborhood, or workplace.

$1.00 each.

6-Inch “Classic Gaming Quarterly” Mega Sticker

Originally designed as a Sony PlayStation lid sticker, this is simply a 6-inch version of our classic round sticker.  While you can certainly stick it on a PSX, it also makes an excellent substitute sticker for elderly fans with poor eyesight.  Legend has it that “Joe from Nashville” had one of these very stickers stuck to the drivers side door of his car, and it got him out of a speeding ticket, IN TEXAS!

$3.00 each.

3-Inch “Classic Gaming Quarterly” Vinyl Window Cling

Want to fly your CGQ freak flag but aren’t down with putting stickers on your car?  I hear you, brother.  These vinyl window clings look just like their sticker siblings, but stick to glass without using adhesive.  Great for a car window, your bathroom mirror, etc.  Use your imagination!  I have one stuck to the front of my microwave, just so that my wife knows what time it is.  Note that the “clingy” part is on the back, so you can not stick it on the inside of a car window, unless you only want people in your car to see it!

$2.50 each.

CGQ Beverage Coaster

How many times has your mom told you to “USE A COASTER” when putting your drink on the coffee table?  Well, now you’re an adult and it’s beer instead of apple juice, but it’s also your coffee table and you finally understand what she was always going on about.  This is a thick paper coaster, just like you sort of have a vague memory of seeing at the bar last night, just before everything went black and you got to forget about the fact that your life is slowly slipping away from you.

$2.00 each.

The Original “Classic Gaming Quarterly” Postcard

Sure, you can get one of these for free by simply sending a postcard of your own in to the show, but if you’re a real collector who needs things to be in mint condition, then the last thing you want is someone’s chicken scratch handwriting all over it!  These also make for cool miniature posters!  Stick one on the wall above the urinal in the mens room and watch things get awkward – fast!  Or just buy a bunch and mail them to random people in the phone book.  Do they still even publish the phone book?

$0.50 each.

Limited-Edition Orwellian CGQ Postcard

The product of a late night in the CGQ offices, when things seem cooler or funnier than they are in the harsh light of day, these postcards are meant to evoke the imagery of George Orwell’s 1984.  Think of these as little tiny propaganda posters, and think of it as your job to come up with places to post them for maximum effect.  “Limited Edition” because these are kind of creepy, so I don’t imagine that I’ll be ordering more once these are gone.  Limited Supply.

$0.50 each.

“Classic Gaming Quarterly” T-Shirts

Currently sold out. Skater-style t-shirt design reminiscent of the late 1980’s.  These shirts are screen-printed (not that crud that places like RedBubble sell) on white Hanes Beefy-T’s.  Shirts are printed in small batches, so quantities are often limited.  If you’re looking for a shirt, be sure to e-mail us and tell us you want us to print more!  Unfortunately, these are available for US shipping only!  Click here for more information about the CGQ shirts.

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Interested in supporting the show without making a purchase?  You can use the button below to make a one-time contribution, or set up a recurring monthly amount.  All viewer contributions are directly invested in the show, helping to fund the purchase of things like camera equipment, audio/video supplies, magazines, books, and of course games!