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  1. LeeJ07

    Yars' Revenge

    From the album: My Atari 2600 Collection

    1981
  2. From the album: Colecovision collection

    Rock'n'bolt and War Room

    © (c) 2014 Oscar Toledo G.

  3. Hi i want to sell my Lynx Homebrew/Prototype Games. Raiden -complete- 115€ Alpine Games (Final Run) 150€
  4. I'm looking buy a copy of Telegames PC release "Classic Gamer: ColecoVision Hits, Volume 1". --The Master
  5. I just bought a sears telegames off ebay, and only the button works on the paddle controllers. Turning the wheel does nothing at all. I have tested these on a standard 4 switch 2600 and they work fine. It works fine with normal controllers though
  6. I am looking to add primal rage to my collection shortly. It is VERY expensive for the Jaguar CD, and is best played with the pro controllers. Because of this I've been thinking of snagging it on another platform possibly. I was thinking the 32x edition might compare more favorably than the SNES/Genesis ports. Also Genesis 6 button controllers are easier to come by, and I don't feel bad tearing them up with fighting games, whereas I'd be more apt to not use Pro Controllers for a fighting game that will put lots of hard use on them. What are your thoughts on the 32x Primal Rage vs the Jaguar CD game? Any other ports I should be considering that are good adaptations of the arcade game? Thanks. I have been reading the Jag V. 32x post, which is excellent, but doesn't quite answer these questions within the greater picture of prices and rarity today. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/107368-jaguar-vs-32x/?hl=%20primal%20%20rage%20%20vs%20%2032x
  7. Hello people! The winner of the Telegames Custom Box contest will be selected later today! There are 47 registered contestants, each of whom has been assigned a number between 1 and 47. The winning number will be picked in a short YouTube video, which will be posted later today, in this thread. The winner will be contacted by e-mail after the YouTube video has been posted.. Good luck to all participants!
  8. I was pointed in the direction of this forum by some good folks over on Reddit. I have come into the possession of what seems to be a PAL release of Star Strike by Telegames. I have not been able to get much information about it, other than a few mentions, and its appearance in a few databases. http://www.atarimania.com/game-atari-2600-vcs-star-strike_7809.html and http://www.completeroms.com/dl/atari-2600/star-strike-telegames-pal-/1760 I've been provided with a little more information about Telegames and how they came to license the game, but putting a value on it has proven very difficult. There are no eBay listings that I have been able to find, let alone a finished auction. I am aware this game -even though, perhaps rare - might not necessarily be that valuable. I'm not an Atari collector, my preference lies with the PC and PS1/2 consoles for now, so this game would probably be part of a trade in the future. https://imgur.com/a/1XhNZel Thanks for your time.
  9. As highlighted here and to pick up on what was first mentioned in this thread posting, I recently acquired one of these controllers and wanted to offer up my findings and brief review. First and foremost, the controller is not only "Quick Fire" when the switch is in the "on" position, it is also continuous. If you hold down the (wired for 7800 two independent functioning) fire buttons, the controller will continue firing as if you were smashing the original Atari 7800 joystick buttons in a non-stop fast action pace. Although not in possession of one, it is presumed the no longer manufactured Best Joystick CX34 (Thanks, Mitch) works in the same manner. The only difference between the two, is likely just the label of "Quick" for the Telegames controller, and "Auto" for the Best controller, concerning the buttons functionality switch. The joystick 'moves less digital' than the original 7800 joysticks and reminiscent of the NES Advantage joystick movement (Almost analogue-ish); however, it certainly does not behave that way in action while playing. It has quick accurate response, even under some of the most trying conditions of a fast-speed Ms. Pac-Man game. The downside is the joystick shaft appears as long as the original, so a similar amount of torque is present. The other item worth mentioning is the plastics utilized feels a tad bit less solid than the stock controllers. The base of the controller wrapped in my palm did not feel as 'thick' as the original 7800 joysticks. Regardless, despite hand positioning being the same to the original 7800 joystick controllers, the quick fire feature is a huge plus in reducing fatigue for games requiring constant button pressing. Those interested in such a feature while wanting to retain a similar stock/original controller design of the NTSC 7800 system, this may be the controller for you. It is also worth mentioning the buttons themselves are mounted and work better than the stock 7800 joystick even with the quick fire feature turned off.
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