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  1. Were NTSC games sold in South America? How and why does this NTSC game exist?
  2. When is somebody going to make Tutankham for the Atari 5200 with dual sticking support? That is one of my favorite arcade games ever and I think the 5200 what do a bang-up job with that game.
  3. I think that as far as biggest consoles go the Laseractive would take the cake easily. The Philips CD-i 901 is also probably bigger and is at least heavier.
  4. Are you sure that's a prototype? Arent they're only like one to two copies known to exist of each game made by Tymac? It may possibly just be an ultra-rare utility cartridge. Definitely an interesting find.
  5. Wonder, I'm curious to see what you're going to find there now.
  6. I dug it out and will test it soon and get back to you in a day or so.
  7. What type of intellivision controller? I have extras do you need one for an intellivision one or an intellivision 2?
  8. Those Epyx xj are definitely hand cramping to say the least never cared for those that flight grip stick pictured above with almost no bass is also awful. Definitely generic junk. As far as most uncomfortable I also have to say that gray and black Wico controller with the flight grip in the fire button on the top of the joystick is pretty brutal to use especially since the stick spins. Le Stick is a really great idea and a lot of fun to mess around with but is totally useless otherwise.
  9. Truly great to see all of these unreleased prototypes pop up, especially for such a nice variety of game systems and computers.
  10. It has nothing on it. It's the weirdest thing that's also totally generic. I figure and if it was for a real game it has to be something pretty obscure.
  11. I have a chance to buy five or six arcade machines. Conditions of them are all over the place. This one is a Nintendo cabinet arcade with Contra board in it. I can't figure out what the Marquis and bezel are for. Trying to figure out whether it would be worth fixing the machine up or parting it out if I decide to buy it.
  12. I finished my complete us collection about 15 years back. I have a loose someone beat up copy of Bounty Bob which I'm okay with. The things that eluded me are some of the peripherals. I never did get an Atari 2600 adapter or a master play interface. The one of them that's really killing me now is not having the fire command joystick that turned up on eBay a few months back.
  13. Is this not the first time one of these have turned up then? I always thought this was just a rumor mill item. If they turned up what have they sold for in the past? I really want to get one of these know this looks like one of the most amazing ways to play Atari 5200 games ever.
  14. I'm really happy to see this exists and finally have some proof I've been looking for one of these for years and years and they have never turned up for sale. I'm really sad that I didn't see this when it's sold at auction as in my opinion this sold for nothing regarding how rare it is.
  15. Who bought this? If anyone here, care to share opinions/reviews for this? I had completely written these off as to not existing and then this turns up! Now I really want one since I have the Atari 2600 version. https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-AUTHENTIC-AND-COLLECTIBLE-GIM-ELECTRONICS-FIRE-COMMAND-JOYSTICK-/392579377413?hash=item5b678de905%3Ag%3Aq0MAAOSwfW5d7xce&nma=true&si=5ZnA8CaBzq9gw1V2OF8dcbn8pTE%3D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
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