Jump to content

DJSAM123

New Members
  • Content Count

    20
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

3 Neutral

About DJSAM123

  • Rank
    Space Invader
  • Birthday 06/01/1997

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Collecting video games, watching and critiquing films, and other things.
  • Currently Playing
    Games.
  • Playing Next
    More games.
  1. Here's some good stuff. On the Odyssey 2 Homepage, there's a timeline that details many different events during the Odyssey 2's life, including the giveaway. It's a great resource. According to the timeline, the giveaway started on October 8, 1982. https://www.the-nextlevel.com/odyssey2/articles/timeline/
  2. Yes. I would assume the problem lies with the capacitors, however I'm not tech savvy enough to be able to diagnose the problem myself.
  3. Here's Pick Axe Pete with the sticker. So the commercial mentions that you'd get $82 worth of free games when you purchased an O2. Two games are shown, Quest for the Rings and PAP. It makes sense. By '82 the Odyssey 2 was starting to wind down in America. My hunch is that the promotion was intended to get rid of as much older inventory as possible to make way for the few remaining titles in the future line-up. It makes me wonder how many of these were specifically stickered for this promotion. I'll have to poke around eBay and see what I can find. I'd assume they'd all be in the lower right hand corner.
  4. I have one of these. Mine is a Pick Axe Pete. Speaking of which, if I remember correctly, in the Pick Axe Pete commercial it mentions this particular giveaway.
  5. I'm not sure if I'm in the right forum, but I don't know where else to go. Anyway, I recently picked up a Magnavox Odyssey. I hooked it up, powered it on, and this is what it displays. I've tried all of the game cards and it's all the same issue. I've fiddled with the VHF box, but nothing seems to work. I tested the controllers and from what I can tell they seem to work fine based off of what little action I can discern from the screen. Anyone know what the problem might be? I'm not a tech person, but I assume that the issue lies with the video signal. Thanks.
  6. Interesting. This means that he made a few different Gamma-Attack re-issues. I wonder which version this is. I would assume mine was made later considering the copyright in the game is GAM 08, but the instruction manual says 2010.
  7. Wasn't looking to sell. Just wanted to see if these have gotten some value over the past few years. Might have to wait a few decades. Oh well. It's a cool item no matter what. And it's finally complete again.
  8. I believe they sold for $50 each. I also did some digging and found Robert's re-release announcement: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/155634-gamma-attack-re-released-by-gammation-on-ebay/
  9. Vintage. Been buying a bunch of Famicom games lately.
  10. I actually found the certificate of authenticity! It's currently sitting in a crappy picture frame until I find something more suitable.
  11. I'm still not convinced this is technically a reproduction, given my arguement earlier, but eh, that doesn't matter too much. I just wanted to know how much this particular version went for. Thanks. Plus, it's cool having an official Gamma-Attack, whether it's the original or this version.
×
×
  • Create New...