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    Victory is mine! I am the Worrior!
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    Huge Bally fan and collector (Home Library Computer, Professional Arcade, Computer System and Astrocade). Big homebrew supporter on Coleco, Atari 5200 and Vectrex. Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One supporter from day one. Beta tester for Xbox Live!, Halo: Reach and Gears of War 3. New co-host on the Bally Alley Astrocast. Loving my Arcade1Up cabinets!
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  1. Could it replicate the original SAC: YELLOW - fire ORANGE - rotate weapon clockwise, brief press 1 position PURPLE - " counter-clockwise " BLUE - throws grenade, jump in/out of tank
  2. Buttons are absolute crap, unplayable. Not sure how they were 40 years ago out of the box but a pair of these I bought 20 years ago bnib were useless. If they could be fixed or upgraded with that stick they might be tit. The wico bat joystick rocked- I had it bitd just for Zaxxon.
  3. Eduardo has Front Line been finalized? I'm with nick3092- the option to control with standard or super action controller would be tight. With your port and those options this would be the de facto version of the game for the Coleco.
  4. Ed and Grazi the new Front Line game just announced will it support the Super Action controller like the old Coleco release? Thanks!
  5. A friend who wouldn't play Astrocade or Atari? And I thought I had a rough childhood...
  6. Cool, but for $349 I think the Costco cab is a better buy, even with only 2 games. My money is on this and the Costco PCBA being the same, so it might be possible to flash the Costco board with the extra games (provided someone gets a backup of the HSN board).
  7. Nice job! I've got a similar issue on an Astrocade that I need fixed but haven't gotten around to it.
  8. Not to mentioned two companies: Bally, then Astrovision, and there may have been a gap in sales between '79 and '81 (this part isn't clear in the Wikipedia article). The system still suffers from name confusion to this day: its often called the "Bally Astrocade" which in fact its not - Bally sold the Bally Home Library Computer and Bally Professional Arcade, while I believe Astrovision re-released it as the Bally Computer System and later the Astrocade (which was originally going to be called the "Astro Arcade"). And of course for a while Astrovision sold stock of whatever they had to clear out old stock, then I guess to clear everything out when they tried to hold off bankruptcy. I often get called out on the system name but I stand by what I feel is correct, and of course, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. It's a great and often highly underrated system.
  9. Astrocade (well, Bally Computer System model, actually) was for sale at Play World on Long Island, NY in Syosset. It's where I first saw the console and was like "WOW, what the heck is that?" It looked amazing, as did the games, but I had never heard of it before. It became my second system, the first being the Atari 2600.
  10. "And those TMNT units, which are exclusive to Walmart for now, will only be available in limited quantities, Bachrach warned." Sure they're limited, just like the whole wave 1 cabinets were...
  11. Years before that, Telegames couldn't give these away, new in box and all. Thought about picking one up but I already had enough actual ColecoVisions so I passed.
  12. This conversation isn’t going anywhere, so let’s just leave it here. Thanks for the feedback
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