If your preferred way of ingesting nostalgia is retro video games, preferably in a smaller size than the original, the last year has been paradise. First, the NES Classic -- a miniaturized version of the original Nintendo -- was impossible to get your hands on. Then it was the SNES Classic, Sega Forever games on your phone, and a rumor that there might be an N64 Classic and Game Boy Classic in the works.
While you wait for those last two to be announced, you can keep that nostalgia train rolling through "When I Was a Kid" station. Atari and New Wave Toys have announced plans to make fully playable miniature classic arcade games.