Here is my entire Atari 2600 / VCS game collection. So many great games including popular, uncommon and expensive games plus hidden gems and more! The good news is most Atari games are dirt cheap under $10 and still a ton of fun to play! What are some of your best original Atari memories? Do you still have one?
The Atari 2600 holds a timeless appeal that transcends its original release in 1977. Its charm lies in its pioneering role in the home video game industry, fundamentally shaping the way we interacted with electronic entertainment. At the heart of its allure is its simplicity and accessibility. The console featured a joystick and a single-button controller, making it intuitive for players of all ages to pick up and enjoy. Its library of games, while limited by modern standards, offered a diverse range of experiences, from classic arcade adaptations like Space Invaders to imaginative titles like Adventure. This variety ensured that there was something for everyone, catering to different tastes and skill levels.
Furthermore, the Atari 2600 was a gateway to boundless imagination. Its pixelated graphics and bleeping sound effects ignited a sense of wonder and creativity, allowing players to envision grand adventures within the confines of their television screens. The concept of interchangeable cartridges was revolutionary, offering a level of customization and expansion that was previously unheard of in home entertainment. This not only extended the lifespan of the console but also fostered a sense of ownership and agency for players. Nostalgia also plays a significant role in its enduring appeal, as it evokes fond memories of a simpler time in gaming history, acting as a cherished relic for both seasoned enthusiasts and new generations curious about the roots of video game culture.
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The Immortal John Hancock is back w/ a brand new Sega Genesis (Mega Drive) BUYING GUIDE: Main Consoles, Clone systems, Accessories + Best Games & HIDDEN GEMS!
The Sega Genesis holds a special appeal for gaming enthusiasts and nostalgia seekers alike. Launched in the late 1980s, the Genesis captured the hearts of gamers with its impressive library of games and advanced hardware capabilities. It offered a vibrant and diverse range of titles, including iconic franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog, Streets of Rage, and Golden Axe, delivering fast-paced action, memorable characters, and innovative gameplay. The Genesis’s 16-bit graphics and sound were revolutionary for their time, providing a visually striking and immersive gaming experience. The console’s competitive edge against its rival, the Super Nintendo, fueled a spirited console war, with fans passionately defending their preferred system. The Sega Genesis continues to evoke fond memories of gaming’s golden era, making it an enduring symbol of nostalgia and an important chapter in video game history.
The Atari 5200 is 40 years old and I thought I would do a collecting reflection video on what this console offers for those that want to purse original hardware.
Dan Wood I get reunited with my first ever laptop, an Apple iBook G3 from 2001. I look back at some of the software that made this machine special, and see how well it holds up today!
There are so many great arcade-style shoot em ups (shmups) on the PlayStation 4. And many got a physical release!
Shikhondo – Soul Eater
R-Type Dimensions EX
ESP Ra.De. Psi
Sine Mora EX
You may be surprised to learn that game strategy guides are becoming collectable. Here are some of the highlights from my collection.
“Big Box” computer game collecting has been around for decades, but has only recently joined video games as trading for increasingly crazy prices. Unopened games fetch the most money, but since shrink-wrap can be re-applied to an opened game, how do you know if your expensive software collectible is truly unopened and factory-mint? In this video, I share my knowledge of the properties of shrink-wrap as it pertains to “Big Box” computer games, and give you the tools to spot both original factory seals, as well as re-wrapped items. The Oldskool PC
Advice for video game collectors in 2021. – Don’t get discouraged! – WATCH >> https://youtu.be/sAgEfj1h8K4
Here is my entire Everdrive & Flash Drive collection including:
NeoPocket GameDrive (NEOGEO Pocket Color)
Lynx GameDrive (Atari Lynx)
Turbo EverDrive (TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine)
EverDrive-GB X7 (Game Boy)
EverDrive64 X7 (N64)
FXPAK Pro (SNES)
MegaSD (Genesis/Sega CD)
Mega EverDrive Pro (Genesis/Sega CD)
EverDrive-N8 Pro (NES)
** DISCLAIMER: I was provided review units for this video, however nobody paid me to review them and all the thoughts and opinions are my own **
Here is a walkthrough of my Windows 98, WinXP & Windows 10 computers I use to play old PC Games!
Tomb Raider II
Duke Nukem II
King’s Quest 6
NFS: Porsche Unleashed
Curse of the Asure Bonds
Shogo Mobile Armor Division
Gabriel Knight II
Ravenloft: Stone Prophet
Crusader No Remorse