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In Topic: Intellivision Entertainment launching a NEW Intellivision console

Mon Nov 5, 2018 10:26 AM

Again, my friend is still not clear what role Bernie Madoff and Mike Kennedy are playing in the release of this new system. Please advise.


Madoff hired George Soros to install chem trails into the new system. Its all very well documented. Combine that with the fact the new system will turn frogs gay...and you have a recipe for disaster..not to mention a new generation of Uber Gay Gaming Frogs.


The very fact they are manufacturing this system on the very spot of World Trade Towers Building 7 should give you pause. And combine that with Tommy censoring free speech globally....and secretly having a crush on Hillary from the last Molesto-Pizza-Ring gathering last month......



(Sarcasm mode off)

I go away for a week on holiday and i come back to a thread that took a left turn at albuquerque! 


As for Tommy's STFU comment about a system thats not been released........  I kinda agree with his overall thoughts.


Be like folks flipping out over the newest ford car thats still in prototype mode.


Lets all chill out...........and wait for a system. Its got 24 months to evolve and change. Now is the time to make requests...not to yell at the DJ for a wedding reception we have yet to attend.



In Topic: Intellivision Entertainment launching a NEW Intellivision console

Thu Oct 25, 2018 7:05 AM


And, of course, emulated Intellivision games will still have the keypad-vs.-disc limitation.  The reimagined titles and new titles won't, though.


This is what i am needing to hear. For all the groaning this causes in me...it makes me happy! It means the Intelly-Gods have heard my cries and are including BOTH old and new.


NOTHING else matters to me....i am fully IN on this console! Now i just gotta hide 179.00 under my mattress till 10/2020~



In Topic: Intellivision Entertainment launching a NEW Intellivision console

Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:56 AM

Like the original Intellivision controller, there are buttons on the side (two on each side).


And from i read the buttons will be more 'arcade style' in action. I may have projected too much onto it...but i am hoping that means they are more responsive than the originals.


I freely admit i am curious and receptive to the reinvented disc that's in the pictures. I grew up on the disc and love it....so if they improve it...EVEN BETTER! (Emphasis on IMPROVE).

In Topic: Intellivision Entertainment launching a NEW Intellivision console

Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:54 AM

It would be enough to simply call it family friendly, and leave it at that. Shutting down segments of your market or partner network before you've even developed it is a sure-fire recipe for failure.


Well....as a Pessimistic Fatalist...i am not even ready to use the word "Failure" yet.


Two years is a very long time in the world of technology and games. They have a great team assembled and i look forward to seeing what they come up with.

In Topic: Intellivision Entertainment launching a NEW Intellivision console

Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:29 AM

no, man. It's a way to be different from the competitors and to make the parents want to buy a safe video game system for their children and have fun playing WITH them. A great plan, in my opinion



As a father of 3, i can only express our experience as parents. We struggled to find newish games for our kids in the age window of 7-13 that were PG rated. I didnt have my old Intelly system. We settled on a game cube and played ENDLESS hours of monkey-ball with the kids.


I see this new system filling a niche of that age group. It will also have some appeal to old farts like myself who suffer from game nostalgia.  I dont see many 17-22 year old boys buying these systems.


Think of the racks of your favorite toy store. Each toy had a 3+ years, 11 months - 2 years old, 8 and over label on the packaging. 


I see this as exactly that. Maybe they are not boldly saying it...but they kinda are...in code, saying it. "Family Friendly" is that.


I dont see this as the Xmas MUST HAVE toy of the season in 2020 but there is a demand for it, me thinks. Especially at the price point.


They are abundantly clear they are not going after Playstation and the like due to the violent nature of the games, so its implied they are targeting a younger age group and families.


Looking back, i played a crap ton of Lock n Chase and MLB with my mom.....and a boat load of Space Battle with my dad in the ages of 9-11..then as i turned into a teen...i wanted Less to do with my parents and more to do with my pals. I think Tommy & Co know and understand this. And THIS is the age group and target audience of this product.