For a person that is not a programmer like myself, this would be an interest due to the following reasons:
Hey guys! Aside from programmers, how would this be of interest to the "average" 7800 user?
1.) Programmers can program games on Atari 7800 Expansion Module that would be difficult to do without an expansion module.
That means an "Average" 7800 user wouldn't be able to have a chance to play or buy some future Atari 7800 games without having an Atari 7800 Expansion Module.
2.) Pokey in Expansion Module means gamers don't have to pay extra with a cartridge with a Pokey sound chip. Beef Drop is proof of a game that cost more with a Pokey sound chip.
3.) Gamers don't have to complain about "future homebrew releases" sounding as bad as Donkey Kong for an example.
Edited by 8th lutz, Sat Jun 13, 2009 12:38 PM.