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Hanging out in John Hancock’s Game Room of Doom

John Hancock: Apologize for the tilted camera. This video was made to thank MetalJesusRocks for having me on as a guest, and for being one of the best retrogaming channels in the Northwest. MJR is a very genuine person, off the camera, and I have enjoyed being friends with him. I have been a guest on his channel for several videos, and look forward to being a guest on his channel even more. If you have not checked out his channel, the link is below, as well as a link to the videos i have been featured in. MJR also shares some lesser known information about how he joined Sierra and how we met.

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Thoughts on ATARIAGE HOMEBREW GAMES with Immortal John Hancock

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!

https://www.atariage.com/store/

Games shown:
Atari 2600

Space Rocks
Halo 2600
Boulder Dash
Princess Rescue
Zippy the Porcupine
Starcastle
IXION
Turbo

Atari 7800

Dungeon Stalker
K.C. Munchkin!
Frenzy / Berzerk
Armor Attack II

Atari 2600 Buying Guide & Best Games

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.

Games Shown:
Joust
Pitfall II
Millipede
River Raid
Warlords
Berzerk
Pac-Man Jr
HERO
Space Rocks
Atlantis

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Do You Collect Games to PLAY or PUT on the SHELF?

Does SHELF APPEAL factor into any of your game purchases, or do you stick to only games you plan on playing?
Example: say you stumble across a bunch of mediocre or outright awful NES/cartridge games that you don’t have in your collection, but they’re priced dirt cheap. Do you buy ’em up, thinking that expanding your NES collection would look that much more awesome on display? – Eric Hubers