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- Thu Jan 22, 2009 2:49 am
- Forum: The Golden Age
- Topic: What's your favorite classic Atari System?
- Replies: 43
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I, like Rob (not MaximumRD Rob), am gonna have to go with the 7800. I loved many of the arcade ports that came in the 7800 library. Joust, Xevious, Food Fight, Pole Position 2, Galaga... the list goes on and on. You also get the luxury of playing all the classics off of the 2600. Its quite visually...
- Thu Jan 22, 2009 2:46 am
- Forum: The Ultra-Obscure
- Topic: Anyone here own a Colorvision?
- Replies: 30
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How much did you see them going for? At least you heard of it, many haven't.Rob wrote:Sadly, no. I've hunted one for a while now. The ones I see are either too expensive or in bad shape.
There's rumors that there are some floating around, but I've never seen one. I have seen some mock-ups at various conventions, though. The ones that are out there that claim to be working have never been demonstrated, so I think it's an urban legend. I would love an empty shell to just have for my ...
You get that, and I'll get a '70 SS Chevelle 454 LS6 (red with white racing stripes). Who would win?SegaBoy wrote:66 Shelby Cobra, blue with white racing stripes.
This has been my dream car ever since I first laid eyes on one.
Back to scratching off lotto tickets, lol.
Seems as if we have a few guys in here that are fans of automobiles as well, so out of curiosity, what is your dream car. I'm keeping mine simple since I'd like my dream to someday become a reality. I'm gonna go with the 1976 Chevy Monte Carlo. Ideally it would be black with black leather interior....
- Thu Jan 22, 2009 1:07 am
- Forum: System News and Suggestions
- Topic: Many new smiles added
- Replies: 15
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That is great, good to have lot's of choices. On that note, any chance of more Board Styles we can choose under Board Preferences? That seems to go neglected on many sites, personally I like several themes to chose from until I find one that is pleasant for me, I'm kind of a customization freak. :o...
- Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:45 pm
- Forum: Zap! Fanzine!
- Topic: Digitally re-mastered issues of the old fanzine Zap!
- Replies: 33
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I found your "who's who" entry over at On-File : Ter Micharoni: Ter edited one of the two fanzines entitled Zap!. The other, by Scott Weller, had two exclamation points in the title. Zap! was unique in that it focused as much on Ter's conservative political beliefs as it had video games. ...
- Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:41 pm
- Forum: Handheld and Tabletop Dedicated
- Topic: The Electronic Handheld Games Museum
- Replies: 3
- Views: 7071
I really enjoy looking at that site from time to time. Its truly amazing how far technology has gone just in the past 10-15 years in handheld games. I really wish I would have picked up the remake of the old led football game when they came out a few years ago. Wish someone would redo an led Pac-Ma...
Since it's swap meets in general and not specific to computers, I guess I'll move it to Marketplace.Mike_302 wrote:This should probably be in the computing forum, move it if you could please
Curious who else here is old enough to remember going to old swap meets? I used to have a C64 and every weekend I would take some floppies to the rec center, and everyone would spend the next 4 or 5 hours copying games from one another. I still remember being grounded for a week when my parents fou...
- Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:25 pm
- Forum: Seventh Generation
- Topic: Anyone have a Wii?
- Replies: 17
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That isn't the actual box art, is it? I personally wouldn't want to play as King Hippo. And it looks like they are only bringing up characters from the SNES version of Punch Out. I'd definitely want a bunch of new characters and a mix of the older ones. No, that was a mock-up box before the game wa...
I so wanted one of these in 1989. It's really a shame that it was cancled, it was such a unique looking system. There were so many pictures of them, so do any working prototypes exist? I've never heard of one floating around, but there must be a few. http://www.retrogames.co.uk/stock/assets/images/M...