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Now, before I go on eBay and get the Canadian-market Flashback 9 (model no. AR3230, the one with composite RCA output and SD card slot), I need to find out which controllers she will not work with, after all I own a Wico redball stick, a few Atari CX24 (7800) sticks and also a couple of CX80 Trak-Ball controllers that I used to use with my Harmony Encore multicart through the 2600 adapter on my 5200, I need to know if these (or any others like the classic paddle or driving controllers or the video touchpad for Star Raiders) will or will not work with it. All I need is a list of compatible controllers as I already know almost all the games (650+ games on my SD card) will work on her, it's just that I am a purist who insists on using a trak-ball for Centipede, Millipede, and Missile Command among others, so am I good to go with the FB9 or should I re-acquire the Harmony Encore multicart, in which would require a ton of space for both the 5200 with the 2600 adapter and also the multicart? https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atgames-Atari-Flashback-9-Classic-Gaming-Console-Black/254221214500
Based on this news story, AtGames is bringing some sort of Intellivision product to retail, and also digital and consoles. AtGames makes the plug n play style games including Atari Flashback. Is it safe to assume an Intellivision version is coming? Check out the news story here: http://m.prnewswire.com/news-releases/intellivision-productions-and-atgames-digital-media-partner-to-bring-new-products-to-market-225956221.html
With the C64 Mini coming online (very, very soon) and the ZX Spectrum Next now in production, I am wondering if there would be any interest in a mini Atari 400/800. It seems to me that while the 2600 will live on, Atari's 8 bit line (400, 800, XL, XE, 5200) seems to be lost in the shuffle despite the longevity of this line. I just wonder if AtGames or any other retro company would be interested in doing something like this? Heck, if the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum can come back to life in new, modern iterations (C64 Mini and ZX Spectrum Next, respectively), then why can't the Atari 400/800. Thoughts? Opinions?