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  1. I recently thought about the 40th anniversary of star wars and how much the original has inspired cinema in the last 40 years. But the more i thought about the year 1977, there have been some other things that have made the year very important for pop culture. -Again Star Wars, being the first movie to be a gigantic summer blockbuster and pretty much inventing the term for it and also making the sci-fi genre a household genre in movies.. -The Atari VCS (know mostly as the Atari 2600) was released and was pretty much the start of what is today a billion dollar corporation, that even makes more money then Hollywood -Advanced Dungeons&Dragons which pretty much set the model standard for everything fantasy and pen&paper RPG that we still use today. Is there a year that even comes close to the impact 1977 had?
  2. Hello My fellow bronies! Today while i was searching some stuff in my closet i found something i used to play when i was lil. I found my old Atari 2600 with my collection of games, it fully works and all games are good. So i thought that i may sell it to true gamers and collectors for a decent amount of money. is my collection, i thought they may worth something for game collectors or something, all of them work, the Atari works too logically but the controls and the power cable aren't original so.. maybe the cartidges may have some value along with the console. Now i would like to talk about a special cartidge i have: As far as i investigated this is a rare one, it has 6 switches that allows you to play a specific game depending on their positions. so is a multigame cartidge. It fully works and i would like to see how much would i get if i sell it. now i know this isn't ebay or something don't misunderstand me, i'm only asking for your opinion about how much would i get for one of these and also how much would i get if i sell it to a game collector. I hope i can get a nice price or someone who's willing to adquire this game for a good amount, later in the future i will show a video of the game to prove you it works along with all the other games in the next update. Thank you for stopping by. Peace
  3. So, as many of you may have noticed, there's been a sudden resurgence of retro gaming consoles. I'm not talking about retro games available for download on virtual consoles. No. They've actually begun manufacturing old consoles again. It's quite amazing. There was an add in the paper for 8-bit classic Nintendos at Target, and, of all places, Bed Bath & Beyond had a display of Sega Genesis consoles, and Atari 2600s! ATARI FREAKING 2600! Now, there do seem to be some minor improvements and tweaks--the Genesis appears to come bundled with some on-board games. So, in other words, if you don't have any cartridges, I guess you can turn on the power and you'll get a menu with a few iconic games right there on the system. I think some of the consoles might be smaller, as well. I think the original Atari 2600 was about the size of a refrigerator, so I would expect them to make that smaller. (Isn't it amazing how many millions of times more powerful a modern phone is than one of those old hulking monstrosities?) Anyway, apart from being smaller, the Atari looked exactly the same. Other than that, these are totally real, totally legit consoles, just like they were way back in the day. The most amazing thing about this resurgence is that it seems to have happened overnight. It was extremely sudden. These things used to be highly sought after collector's items and relics of the past, and then all of sudden, boom, they're on the shelves again. In a small way, I almost feel like it diminishes the meaning of the old relics of the collectors, but in a bigger way, I think it's pretty awesome. Surely there's a lot to say about it. Lastly, unless I've greatly missed my guess, I believe that most of the credit for this retro resurgence can be given to James Rolfe. Without him, I doubt that this ever would have happened.
  4. Looking in my basement I found that my family still has an Atari 2600, which I used to play as a kid (and I'm 15 xD) before we got some more current consoles. And to my surprise, one game called Adventure is actually really fun. We also have a Sega Genesis, but the controllers barely work and the only good game we have is Sonic 2. Does anyone else have some old consoles, or have they played on any?
  5. So here's a video game review I made. I'm going to see if I can keep doing these on a more regular basis.
  6. Adventures of Tron Centipede Combat Communist Mutants From Space Donkey Kong Felix Return Frogger Pac-Man Solaris Wabbit Any suggestions? I'd be happy to hear.
  7. http-~~-//vimeo.com/40653482 Am I the only pony amazed by this? Its just so... Amazing! The technology and such we can use to make video games and how much they can innovate astounds me.