Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Gilbert's sweatpants, Sep 13, 2017.
No 2600 for us. We had the Sears Video Arcade.
Yes! I remember writing down the "counts" on my Realistic (TM) cassette label for various programs so they could be reloaded.
Other games could be stuck in the side similar to an Atari.
My Dad made a good choice since it helped me learn about computers in the early 1980s but it wasn't as fun at the time. Just found this cool picture - we had everything on the right side but I don't recall those games.
I loved Adventures of Tron on my 2600
Did anyone else get the river raid iron on patch for a high score. Mine was ironed on to my kick ass toboggan.
ET fell in the hole and I COULDN'T GET HIM OUT
Maybe Stargate, but definitely not Defender. I had that for the 2600
omg!! I remember playing that baseball at my friends house
what was the tarzan type game??
I saw Atari as a Video Game company, not really a 'computer' before my time / 286 with a math co-processor for the win!
... Was expecting this to be about the new "Ataribox" Pretty neat...
Sadly, a bit too late for me as I had to say: to Nintendo and got a RasberryPi Emulation station for NES/SNES/N64 + has Atari games fully covered... they snoozed they loozed
Someone was still using a Commodore 64 for work
^^Too stupid for Atari.
How many times did you jump when plugging in the power supply of the 5200? That was like a cinder block with a cord coming out of it.
they knew how to make great games
Fuck Atari. Where's the love for Daktari?
Yes. It played games from the 2600 also.