So I know this place is mainly dedicated to magazines but what are the thoughts on things gaming related like these mario books I came across? They all contain illustrations and are long out of print. I also found an old vhs sent from nintendo that has n64 stuff on it. Just wondering if things like this were out of purview for the site or if they are worth preserving.
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