I recently was given a crazy rare Atari game for my collection. As I am pursuing my 27th complete game collection, I got to finally play on physical cart for a very long time. Do you have anything old and rare in your collection?
Today is the 40th Anniversary of the Atari 2600 (September 11, 1977)! Being my first gaming console, it holds a special place in my heart! Here are Atari 2600 Games that DON’T SUCK:
Atgames sent me a review copy of their upcoming new deluxe Flashback model. In this video, I unbox and review what I think of the new way to play classic Atari games. This product will be available September 22nd at major retailers for $79.99 (GameStop, Best Buy, Target, Toys R Us, Bed Bath & Beyond, etc. Pre-order your console today!
The Atari ST was introduced right before the Commodore Amiga in 1985. Popular with gamers, musicians and desktop publishers, the ST earned its right as one of the best 16-bit computers of its day. But is it still worth owning to a current collector of vintage computers? (From LazyGameReviews)
This is an overview of the history, hardware and software of the ST from the perspective of an American collector. How do the pros and cons stack up, and is it worth getting an ST over similar systems like the Amiga?
The game H.E.R.O. by Activision is considered one of the best games for the Atari 2600 and it just happens to be one of my favorite games of all time! The game was pretty advanced for the time and it is still a challenging and fun game to play today. I do my best to try and get through all 20 original levels in this video. Can I make it?
William Morrow asks: Do you play any AtariAge homebrews, hacks, and or games reproductions? What is your opinion of these games? The Immortal John Hancock helps me answer this question by showing you some of his amazing boxed AtariAge 2600 and 7800 games!
Zippy the Porcupine
Frenzy / Berzerk
Armor Attack II
A collecting guide for the new Atari 2600 owner! Learn about the hardware variations, how to connect to your TV, controller types and also some rockin’ game recommendations for day 1.
Take a rare look at our favorite vintage Atari 2600 boxes and cover art with The Immortal John Hancock & Metal Jesus Rocks.
Tanks but no Tanks
Return of the Jedi: Death Star Battle
Gaming Historian: In the late 80’s, Tengen (a subsidiary of Atari Games) decided to challenge Nintendo over their strict policies on 3rd party licensing. How? By suing them and releasing unlicensed video games. Learn the history behind it all.
The Jaguar was Atari’s last hurrah into the video game console market. And while it only sold for a couple short years, this sleek console left an impressive with its powerful processors, quirky joystick and a handful of classic games.