#1 By: Jason, December 26th, 2013 21:47
#2 By: be OH be, December 26th, 2013 22:54
#3 By: newliminted, December 26th, 2013 23:39
Gee, thanks. Now I'll NEVER get any sleep.
#4 By: agonist, December 26th, 2013 23:59
Wow, they even have an Odyssey 2 emulator. As a kid, I wanted an Atari 2600 but my mom bought me the Odyssey 2 because it had a keyboard and she thought it would be better for "learning". The 2600 had better games but the Odyssey 2 did have a keyboard...so, yeah, it had that.
#5 By: Jason, December 27th, 2013 00:33
#6 By: Gurduloo, December 27th, 2013 08:34
I'm surprised there are not copyright issues preventing this, especially as many of these games are still being sold as part of the Atari flashback system.
#7 By: Ant Dude, December 27th, 2013 08:43
They have emulators for almost all old stuff now.
#8 By: Jardine, December 27th, 2013 17:27
The Atari 2600 is ironically somewhat difficult to emulate quickly, so a fast machine is a big help.
lolwut? Only because you're running the emulator through a browser for some reason. I remember emulating the Atari 2600 on a 486 with no problem.
#9 By: Raybert, December 27th, 2013 18:24
That's why the C64 sold so well. We ALL told our parents we needed it for 'learning'. (One of my evil plans that actually worked.)
#10 By: Jason, December 31st, 2013 21:47
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