I voted no, but if its an expansion sold separately I would be fine with that.
I think adding price to a console that is already going to have a hard time making headway is a bad idea. I really do not think that putting it in the system necessarily mean that it won't be a dumper either way.
Also this isn't a Flashback. This is a mew system that will have its own virtual console. People do not widely remember INTV from the day so why focus on moving backwards? Move forward and they are already saying that they will sell the games cheap and that you will own them on the console.
Since I grew up with the NES this would be like me saying I do not want to buy a Nintendo Switch because I can't shove my NES carts in it. Or my SNES, N64, Gamecube, Wii, or WiiU for that matter.
Virtual console good. An expensive legacy inspired console that doesn't have the Atari name recognition is going to be harder to get in homes of the average household that isn't an INTV freak. This system will need more than this community to be a success and if you want it to be updated and supported they need it in households buying their cheap games.
On a side note I live in a city that not even the retro game store carries Atari games. I asked if that was going to change once they got the Retron 77 in amd they said, "No." Not everyone has those games available at hand. Adding the cart will probably scare some people away that are a little more casual because, "Why buy a system I can't find games for?"
Edited by MrBeefy, Sat Jul 7, 2018 9:20 AM.