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I like to collect magazines with advertising 'Intellivision, there are othe

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I'm afraid someone beat you to it. Sorry :_(

 

But i did make scans of it if anybody is interested.

 

 

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Not sure if anyone noticed in the intro paragraph that they mention that this is their SECOND issue!?!?! Crap. Is there another Trade and Play catalog? I do not own it if there is. Also it's interesting to note that they list Tutankhamn and Super Cobra for sale which would confirm that these two titles were sold in Canada as well as Europe. Just sayin

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Spadafermo51, we both have this in our collections of Videogiochi magazine. Not exciting if you mind the source (Videogiochi was a videogame magazine) but IMHO the advertising itself deserves attention and to be shown to the rest of the world :)

Found in Videogiochi 33/34, January/February 1986 (Italy)

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Spadafermo51, we both have this in our collections of Videogiochi magazine. Not exciting if you mind the source (Videogiochi was a videogame magazine) but IMHO the advertising itself deserves attention and to be shown to the rest of the world :)

Found in Videogiochi 33/34, January/February 1986 (Italy)

 

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Spadafermo51, we both have this in our collections of Videogiochi magazine. Not exciting if you mind the source (Videogiochi was a videogame magazine) but IMHO the advertising itself deserves attention and to be shown to the rest of the world :)

Found in Videogiochi 33/34, January/February 1986 (Italy)

Ahhhh.the much beloved and very expensive Video Giochi italian magazine.... :)

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BUMP. This thread deserves it

 

I take the opportunity to post an ad from the Italian magazine Videogiochi (nr. 4, April 1983, page 116):

 

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The big writing means: "Games, not words"

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This ad was in an English catalog called Littlewoods in 1982.

Found it in a blog, see link below.

 

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"...Finally, having shown how the game was played outside on grass, what better than to return to the comfort of your own home and play some football on your TV? Though the imperial Atari 2600 was the must-have video console of the day (and available through this catalogue for £129.99), it was Intellivison that offered a more realistic football game.

Atari's take on football, Pelé's Soccer, was, to be honest, basic. Lacking distinctly in realism or excitement, it needed Eric Morecambe, Ernie Wise and Trevor Brooking to make it in any way desirable, and that's saying something.

 

Better, then, to go for the Intellivision option - as long as you were prepared to fork out £225 for the console. Once you'd done that, you could reflect on your new-found poverty as you settled down to a game or three of 'NASL Soccer,' a cartridge thrown in for free. All in all, a great computer game system, although I find the claims of 'Three-dimensional excitement!" and "Startling realism!" to be taking things a little too far."

 

The Football Attic

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