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  1. Numerous musicians used an ST, be it on stage or video.
  2. I guess magazine coverage for the Atari 5200 was quick and short, even in USA
  3. TeleMatch used quite a few articles from E.G.
  4. The ST had a whole keyboard to choose from. Space Bar could've been another fire button. Computer designers never think of games. They want their computer to 'compute', not to play 'stupid little games'. ST was doing great for musicians, for example
  5. 1992, the ST was more or less designated to the closet, but yes, the Sega Master System did well(ish) in UK.
  6. I forgot Game Boy, the girls loved it. Trouble with NES in UK was that the games were so expensive. Games for the Amiga and ST were a third of those for the NES, and they were 16-bit and of high quality and game play. Went on a shopping spree in London, at Virgin Records there was a NES on display for £48,99, but the game sitting next to it was £69,99, you're like WHAT????
  7. UK gaming: early: Atari VCS, Pong systems not so early: ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Atari 8-bit, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro the next level: Atari ST, Commodore Amiga (a little bit Sega Master System) the new kids: Sega MegaDrive, Super Nintendo and the two mighty: PLAYSTATION, PC
  8. That's true, never thought about this.
  9. Thanks, I just checked on your AA 7800 page as well
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