It's not bedazzled with flash ads that will make your computer freeze up or cause you to go into seizures. If you're looking for a new game, you just click on it and there it is.
Marco Island, FL (PRWEB) February 14, 2009
For better or for worse, technology has been moving in an expeditious rate within the last decade and the video game industry (as well as gaming enthusiasts) are benefiting from new and affordable ways that games and consoles are being produced.
Larry Fisher is one such gaming fanatic. "Playing video games is something that I've enjoyed from the Atari to the Commodore 64 to the NES," Fisher recalled. "It's not about how different but what they can achieve. My kids have the Playstation 3 and it can provide a lot of family fun."
Fisher is the proprietor of http://www.LarrysGaminigWorld.com, a new web venture that launched in January 2009. The site features a host of contemporary gaming consoles such as the Nintendo Wii, the Playstation 3, and the Xbox 360 and their respective games. The website also has a wide selection of older and portable systems such as the Nintendo Gamecube, the PS2, the PSP (Playstation Portable) and the Nintendo DS.
Though the site is still in its infancy, Fisher has eyes on expanding his site to not only appeal to people who play newer gaming consoles, but he hopes to attract people who fondly remember the old eight and sixteen-bit consoles.
"I would love to see old games, like the original Game Boy games and the original NES games on the site," Fisher explained. "There are a lot of people who are into vintage games and I think that there's an innocence that people can relive with these systems."
In addition to his new store, Fisher has also started a new blog that runs in conjunction with Larry's Gaming World. The blog, http://www.LarrysGamingWorldBlog.com, has several tips and news that most video game enthusiasts will find helpful.
Addressing topics as divers as the history of video game consoles, offering reviews on systems and games and helpful hints on how to optimize one's entertainment center, the blog is just as imperative as its namesake website.
Yet for all the technology appears on the site en masse, Fisher remains steadfast that the easy-on-the-eyes design of his site is what many people will find attractive.
"I post what people want," he said. "It's not bedazzled with flash ads that will make your computer freeze up or cause you to go into seizures. If you're looking for a new game, you just click on it and there it is."
About the Company:
LarrysGamingWorld.com is a part of Fisher Family International, LLC. which is owned and operated by Larry Fisher.
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