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Justin

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About Justin

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    The Shah of Atari
  • Birthday November 20

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  • Mood
    Yars’ Revengeful
  • Currently Playing
    Swordquest Earthworld on Atari 2600
  • Currently Listening To
    The Psychedelic Furs - Heartbreak Beat
  • Gender
    Male
  • Relationship Status
    In a relationship
  • Current City
    South Florida
  • Hometown
    Rochester, MI
  • First Console
    Atari 7800
  • Coolest Item In Your Collection
    Mario Bros. Prototype
  • Favorite Arcade to Visit
    Lost Ark Video Games
  • Favorite Arcade Game
    Out Run
  • Favorite Board Game
    Mastermind
  • Favorite Movie
    Back To The Future
  • Favorite TV Show
    DS9
  • Favorite Comic Book Hero
    Cyberfrog
  • What I got at Toys Я Us
    Everything I could ever find with a Fuji on it
  • Podcast I Recommend
    Faded Out Podcast
  • YouTube Channel I Like
    BTB, NSG, Atari Creep, Willie, Maximum RD

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  1. Even through a national pandemic, Atari survives. Bringing the fun and joy of new memories into homes across our great land for almost 50 years. Yars’ Revenge is one of my favorite games on the current Flashback consoles we found today at Sam’s Club. Who remembers The Walking Dead episode with Eugene playing Yars’ Revenge after the zombie apocalypse telling of the Yars’ attempt to exact revenge on the evil Qotile for the destruction of Razak IV?

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    1. kamakazi20012
    2. BlackCatz40

      BlackCatz40

      It's cool that we can emulate the games on dedicated hardware, but if we can find a way to reverse-engineer and replicate the old hardware with real and more advanced hardware, it should run even more smoothly and maybe faster. I am talking about besides just FPGAs and emulation software. It's all cool that we can do that and all, but real hardware should be built on real hardware, with emulation together just in case it can't be reproduced with real hardware. That's my take on that. Nice find, by the way. :Howard_Scott_Warshaw:

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