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Vote For My Next Atari Day Review For 10-26-16

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  1. 1. What Atari 2600 Game Should I Review On Atari Day?

    • Alien
      3
    • Frankenstein's Monster
      4
    • Ghost Manor
      2
    • Ghostbusters
      5
    • King Kong
      1


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Had to go with Frankenstein as I'm not familiar with it.

Ghost Manor rings a bell (no googling cuz it's cheating my memory banks).

 

The others are all good halloweeny choices except Alien could double on a sci-fi review binge.

Although its theatrical basis is a haunted house/slasher movie deal.

 

Played oodles of *Ghost!**Busters!!!* (song-yell) on my C64 and it was possibly one of the most fun beloved, over-exposed, known-title games to earn that respect.

That's cuz the early Commodore days offered unknown quantities a'plenty, where the box, blurb and artwork were the go-to factors on a buy/rent/pass on baffling game titles.

But that was so exciting too!

Who knew they could make a game about losing your luggage in an airport?! And you expected it to be bad, natch.

And it was! It was terrible!

eh...I'm mixing my platforms here, and Lost Luggage were 2600 titles which made ghostbusting on the 64 such a natural next-step.

 

Anyway, looking forward to all these titles reviewed, eventually, NSG.

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Had to go with Frankenstein as I'm not familiar with it.

Ghost Manor rings a bell (no googling cuz it's cheating my memory banks).

 

The others are all good halloweeny choices except Alien could double on a sci-fi review binge.

Although its theatrical basis is a haunted house/slasher movie deal.

 

Played oodles of *Ghost!**Busters!!!* (song-yell) on my C64 and it was possibly one of the most fun beloved, over-exposed, known-title games to earn that respect.

That's cuz the early Commodore days offered unknown quantities a'plenty, where the box, blurb and artwork were the go-to factors on a buy/rent/pass on baffling game titles.

But that was so exciting too!

Who knew they could make a game about losing your luggage in an airport?! And you expected it to be bad, natch.

And it was! It was terrible!

eh...I'm mixing my platforms here, and Lost Luggage were 2600 titles which made ghostbusting on the 64 such a natural next-step.

 

Anyway, looking forward to all these titles reviewed, eventually, NSG.

One of the reasons I didn't pick Ghostbusters is because theres tons of vids about it already including the angry video game nerd.

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