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    I took the midnight train going a-ny-where...
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    NES, SNES, Gameboy, Virtual Boy, DS, N64, GameCube, Wii, Atari 2600, XBox, Playstation, CD-i, Action figures, Comic Books, Movies...

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  1. The herb cannot be legally hidden. If it's not on the label, it's not in the bottle. We've told you that, your pharmacist told you that, the Food and Drug Administration told you that. If, after all that, you still think Dragon Punch is the authority on the matter, there's no helping you.
  2. "Guidelines for the labeling of inactive ingredients from the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP), which sets standards for medicine that are enforceable by the FDA, require manufacturers to disclose every single ingredient in all medications. So it's possible to learn whether something you need to avoid is lurking in your drugs." So if there are no "herbs" listed on it, there are no "herbs" in it. Unless you're thinking the FDA is in a conspiracy to wreck your video games.
  3. I'm sorry, but I'm calling bullshit. Is this "herb" theory found anywhere except a website called "dragon punch"?
  4. L'Atari will move on to their next cash grab. I don't think they'd even still be talking about the VCS if people weren't waiting for them and hounding them on social media.
  5. I have no longing for Atari of old. Despite being on this forum, I am happy to leave it in the past. I just dislike people being sold literal garbage and being told it's something it's not. It's not a good console, it's not a good computer, it's debatable if it's even Atari and I'd make my case that it isn't. It's crap, so that's what I call it.
  6. If l'Atari is actually producing these at all, and they seems to be, I think it's going to end up filling the thousands of pre-orders, with a modest number more for show. This would have the effect of not making the unit rare enough to be worth seeking, but also not common enough to catch on.
  7. In short, it's the most visible example of the current trend of "retro-ish consoles that serve no actual purpose". It's also the latest project by the company currently calling itself "Atari" to raise money and deliver nothing of substance. It offers nothing to consumers, and anyone who's thrown money in its direction was lied to. The only variable is how much they care about being lied to.
  8. The number of days passed between the announcement of the console and the current day, OR when the console ships/is cancelled , whichever is first. Basically, how long the malarkey went on.
  9. As an exercise, I was wondering what it would look like if one lined up the timelines for all these nouveaux-retro consoles. Still fact-checking some details, but thought you all might like to see what it looks like so far.
  10. I'd seen them circulating around school libraries back in the day. Between the lack of pictures, and trying to cover several large games in one small book, I never thought they looked worth a read.
  11. Can it run on a stock system, or do I have to hack it?
  12. Is this a thing? because if RetroArch could be ported to the Xbox, I'm *very* interested
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