System Spotlight – Atari 7800

There aren’t many consoles I’ve ignored like the Atari 7800 ProSystem.

I’ve owned Atari’s 3rd foray into home console gaming for many years, but since my initial purchase along with a handful of games in the early 2000’s, I’ve rarely played it. This is largely due to a lack of nostalgia or any viable memories on my part. Officially released nationwide in 1986, the Atari 7800 had been in development since 1983. Atari wanted to quickly release a successor to the poorly received Atari 5200, correcting two of that console’s biggest mistakes […]

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System Spotlight – Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

I am not going to bore anyone with previously well documented historical details, facts, stats and the like for Nintendo’s first home gaming console, the Nintendo Entertainment System.

There are hundred of blogs, webpages, YouTube channels and even hardcover books devoted to this iconic console. Everyone already understands the NES’s impact on video gaming, the reviving of the home video game market and the plethora of iconic games that have stood the test of time 30 years or more after their release […]

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