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GeekDragon

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About GeekDragon

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    Just call me Geek!
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    Chicago
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    collecting GIJoe, Comics, classic horror movies, video games, vintage Star Wars toys, drawing.
    Visit my online art store at www.etsy.com/shop/geekdragonart for some awesome art prints.
  1. The 2600 was the "better" version. I grew up playing a Coleco Gemini and even that felt like a cheap knockoff at the time. Now, I almost prefer the Gemini and want a Sears console.
  2. No one has jumped on this yet? It's almost a steal!
  3. The Gemini was the first 2600 style system we had back in the early 80's and we played it ALOT. It's a really good system and I actually prefer the controller over a standard 2600 controller, but that's just me being used to playing with one. Plus the controller has both a stick and paddle all in one. I still have the system and it still works.
  4. I have to agree, E.T. isn't the worst game ever. Try playing King Kong, or Hong Kong 97 on NES. Then there is Superman 64 and Fantastic Four for PS1, and many others. So there are alot worse out there.
  5. Snoopy vs. The Red Baron. A really fun game that I didn't know existed till about 2 years ago when I bought it.
  6. My brother and I were just talking about this today. We had a friend across the street who had NES and he would bring it over and we would play it. We basically forgot about the 2600 because of this. He wanted a NES bad and ended up getting a 2600 Jr. for his birthday. We were both pretty bummed out, but made the most of it. Not long after, a NES did come into the family and the 2600 was left on the side of the road. My sister ended up with the system when she was young in the mid 90's while we played SNES, then N64 and so on, because we were playing the "better" systems. It wasn't until about 4 years ago that I started collecting for the 2600 and now we are back to playing the 2600. I appreciate the system way more now then back then in the 80's. Granted, my family had a lot of fun playing the 2600, but when Nintendo hit, it just fell by the way side.
  7. it's not the greatest one player game, but with two people, it's fun. Get Firefighter and see who can rescue everyone the quickest.
  8. I never played Intellivision growing up, even though I knew about it. I had a Coleco Gemini instead. But, a friend in grade school said he had one with B-17 and the Intellvoice, but he never let me come over to play it. It wasn't until about 3 years ago when I came across a bunch of boxed games at a thrift store that I finally had some games and was able to get a system off Ebay, so, the games are pretty good, but the controller has a lot to be desired. The biggest problem I have with it is the cord for the controller. It's not long enough and it's connected to the system, which kinda sucks, but otherwise, it is a cool, fun system that I am now collecting for.
  9. I have the Coleco Mouse Trap and Donkey Kong Gemini carts that came with my OG Gemini, but these never came with the box, they were just carts. I have never seen a box with this before. Interesting and cool find.
  10. I am currently playing on a Jr. I should switch it out for my Coleco Gemini. I do want to somehow start streaming Atari games on original hardware.
  11. I love collecting factory errors, misprints, etc. I don't have any for videogames, but I do have a few action figure screw ups.
  12. I have always liked the Coleco Gemini. I had this system growing up before I had a 2600. I still think this has one of the best controllers for the 2600. It doesn't seem quite as stiff and with the paddle included, it makes for a good controller.
  13. This is a really good topic. My rarest game would probably be Custer's Revenge.
  14. From what I have noticed, the end labels on Atari Inc. carts always fall off. Then theres the Activision labels. A lot of mine are all spotty, so these are my votes.
  15. This was in comic books during the early 80's. I just posted this ad on my Instagram.
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