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Atari 2600 - Video Game Console

Atari 2600 - Video Game Console

The Atari 2600 is a video game console released in October 1977. It is credited with popularizing the use of microprocessor-based hardware and cartridges containing game code, instead of having non-microprocessor dedicated hardware with all games built in. The first game console to use this format was the Fairchild Channel F; however, the Atari 2600 is credited with making the plug-in concept...

Atari 5200 - Video Game Console (System)

Atari 5200 - Video Game Console (System)

“My second video game console was the Atari 5200. The first was the Atari 2600 that was purchased before Christmas 1977. The Atari 5200 is a slight improvement in graphics and sound over the Atari 2600. The Atari 5200 is an early Atari 400(?) little computer without the floppy drive. It is easy to set up and connect to most any pre HD TV. The downpart of the Atari 5200, other than the size of...” --PGTweed

100% Positive Reviews
Atari 7800 System - Video Game Console

Atari 7800 System - Video Game Console

“The Atari 7800 was my third video game console. It has improved graphics compared to its predecessors the Atari 5200 and the Atari 2600. The Atari 7800 is backwards compatible to play Atari 2600 games without an add on adapter. The Atari 7800 graphics are comparable to the Nintendo NES game console. Game play is like the Nintendo NES. The Atari 7800 controllers are similar to the Atari 5200...” --PGTweed

100% Positive Reviews
Gamecube Console Platinum

Gamecube Console Platinum

“Nintendo's Gamecube video game console is unique for two reasons. 1. It is in the shape of a small cube that can be easily taken anywhere to be played. 2. The games are on mini discs. The Gamecube's graphics are not High Definition. The picture quality is very good. It has solid game play. I love using the Gamecube's controllers. They are easy to hold to get a firm grip when playing action...” --PGTweed

100% Positive Reviews
Microsoft XBOX 360 E 4GB Console with Kinect Sensor

Microsoft XBOX 360 E 4GB Console with Kinect Sensor

“I use this Microsoft Xbox 360 E as a Media Center extender. It is by far the cheapest setup for recording and streaming TV content. You will need a PC running the Media Center software and at least one TV tuner video card. The setup is made quite simple by Microsoft by way of the interface on the PC and entering an 8-digit code that appears on the Xbox during Media Center setup. The...” --IgnoringMyWife

100% Positive Reviews
NES System: Video Game Console

NES System: Video Game Console

“The Nintendo Entertainment System truly is one of the all-time classic home video game consoles. It is often overlooked nowadays, simply because technology has advanced so far since the NES's release in 1983. However, even for people who are accustomed to the most high-tech gaming machines of the present day, classic games such as Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, and Donkey Kong still...” --Rosin

100% Positive Reviews
Nintendo 2DS - Electric Blue

Nintendo 2DS - Electric Blue

Nintendo 2DS Electric Blue The Best of Two Worlds. The Nintendo 2DS system brings the power of two systems together into a single, affordable package. Play all games-both Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS-in 2D. Connect with friends, other players, and wireless hotspots using the wireless StreetPass and SpotPass communication modes to unlock exclusive content for games and download other...

Nintendo 3DS XL - Blue/Black

Nintendo 3DS XL - Blue/Black

Nintendo 3DS XL The Nintendo 3DS XL system combines next-generation portable gaming with eye-popping 3D visuals. Take 3D photos, connect to friends, other players, or wireless hotspots with the wireless StreetPass and SpotPass communication modes. With 90 percent larger screens than the 3DS, 3DS XL is the ultimate 3D entertainment system. Play 3DS and DS games, take 3D photos,...

Nintendo 64 System - Video Game Console

Nintendo 64 System - Video Game Console

Nintendo 64 Game Console only. No attachments or controllers.

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