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  1. First Atari memory is still pretty clear. Christmas 1982 we went to visit my aunt and grandmother in another state for Christmas and my older cousins had a 2600. First time I had ever seen one and was not old or tall enough to play an arcade so they weren't on the radar yet. First three games I watched them play was Pac-Man, Combat, and Joust. First game I got to play was Joust and thought it was the most amazing thing ever.
  2. Totally agree. Was excited when Link Between Worlds came out. The 3D Link games are good, but could be part of a separate game series and you would never know the difference. Was hoping the remake of Link's Awakening would be better, but Nintendo botched that. Ridiculous slowdown of a GB game remake in 2020 blew my mind, and I was not super thrilled with the art style, I was hoping for more of a Link Between World look.
  3. Link to the Past is close to gaming perfection, but nostalgia makes me put The Legend of Zelda, and Link's Awakening ahead by a hair.
  4. All of Nintendo's announcements are limited. Mario 35 will only be playable for 6 months, the 3d collection with 64, Sunshine, and Galaxy will only be for sale physical and digital for six months, and the game and watch is limited numbers. I'm really getting tired of created scarcity in order to make a quick buck the only people making a killing are the scalpers and it hurts the core group of fans.
  5. I have one of these on my table. A little goes a long way, but love the flavor. I'll take flavor over heat any day, I don't like hot for the sake of being hot.
  6. Cilantro is a must in any salsa worth eating, and it's good on just about everything.
  7. These are more for clamshell boxes, but a couple minutes in a photoeditor and you should be good to go: http://thecoverproject.net/view.php?game_id=9537
  8. At the original announcement it was going to blend FPGA and software emulation to give a great experience, but now it's just a computer in a box that's using all software emulation at a price that competing with the PS4 Pro. You could also get a dedicated emulation computer for a little more and do everything up to Wii U and PS2 and they make controller to usb adapters if you want to use original controllers. It was originally a neat idea, but two plus years later they have priced themselves out of the market, and for lower end systems MISTER is the way to go at the moment.
  9. Yea, like I think I'm about the only person who like Jungle Hunt better than Pitfall. I know I'm an oddity.
  10. Thanks for posting the list. Recently got a Retron 77 and started looking for games I never played back in the day. Happed to find your channel and have been very impressed with the quick reviews you do. It's refreshing to see a channel that doesn't stretch out everything to ten minutes in order to get monetized. Keep up the good work.
  11. I was probably 5 when I got pac-man on the 2600. At the time and for years later it was all I knew and played the heck out of it. Years later I played Ms Pac-man (arcade version) and was blown away and started dropping quarters for a while.
  12. Collectables, most retro game shops still sell 2600 games for a buck or two. I know of a few teens getting into them just because they are so cheap.
  13. Last 2600 physical cartridge I played was either Keystone Kapers, or Haunted House. That's been many years ago and I can't remember which.
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