STE!--- From Phenomenon
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Friday December 25th, 1998 at 04:41:55]
- My Favorite Games: Stardust
- How I Found your Site: Link
- My Favorite System: Atari STE
- What I Think of the Content: Cool
- The Atari STE is very kewl for games too!
Check out the latest release of our game Crackman!
Atari is the Best.!--- From Thomas
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday December 23rd, 1998 at 23:31:32]
- My Favorite Games: Crystal Castles, Robotron 2084, Pitfall 2, Ms.Pac-man, Centipede, Galaxian, Xenphobe; very good; Karate Champ, Spy Hunter, for Atari; Castlevania, Double Dragon, Final Fantasty, Dragon Warrior, Zelda, River City Ranson, Metroid, Master Blaster, Star Tropics, Shadowgate, for Nintendo; Sonic the Hedgehog, Earthworm Jim, Phanatasy Star 2 for Genesis; Lost Vikings, Darkhold, Secert of Mania, NBA Jam, for SMES; Zelda 3, Final Fantasy 7, Resident Evil, Doom 2, Mortal Kombat for Honorable Mention; Zork, Wizardy, Might and Magic, Eye of the Beholder, Pole Position, Frogger for Computers.
- How I Found your Site: Classicgaming.com
- My Favorite System: 7800 & Playstation
- What I Think of the Content: Great!
- Atari was the first game company. Makers of the classics like Robotron. (where I spent most of my quaters on in my youth). I am very grateful to find this website. I still think Atari puts out the best games. It brings back fond memories.
When I look in an arcade there's hardly anything original. Most of the video games there are fighting games and driving games. Better grapics does not equal better gameplay. Some of them cost a $1.00, and most are 50 cents; there are hardy any ones that cost 25 cents and have some pizzaz to them unlike Pac-Man. It make me hungry for the good old classics. There are a number of games I would like to try like Joust 2 (There was a sequel!) Kid Ikarus, and Crypt Keeper 7800 game before it crashed. They are becoming a distent memory like that Arabian Nights RPG for Nintendo that I still want to play. What's it's name. Anyhow I'm glad Atari still around. I'm sorry the Jaguar had to go out like that. The Lynx still a great system. Hopefully I can find a place that sells them dirt cheap. Any thoughts about remaking some old games like Crystal Castles, Xenophobe, Or Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom?
---- From Hermanni Mäki
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday December 22nd, 1998 at 15:21:23]
- My Favorite Games: Aliens vs. Predator, Iron Soldier, Rayman
- How I Found your Site: Surfing Atari sites
- My Favorite System: Jaguar
- What I Think of the Content: Perfect
- I think it's great that you maintain these sites 'cause
it's the only way I can get information (Atari is pretty much dead in my country (Finland)).
I OWE IT ALL TO ATARI--- From Eric Kinkead
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday December 22nd, 1998 at 06:38:53]
- My Favorite Games: Ali Baba & 40 Thieves, Questron, Heracles, Caverns of Mars, aw, hell anything Atari....
- How I Found your Site: Luck
- My Favorite System: ATARI 800!!!!
- What I Think of the Content: Loved it
I am so glad to see that the Atari Community still thrives with nostalgia. I am also glad that Midway has purchased Atari Coin-op, let them keep their name so that they might make such great Arcade games as Gauntlet Legends.
My first published game was on an Atari ST and a site like this thrills me to no end.
--- From Thomas van Engelen
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Saturday December 19th, 1998 at 07:21:00]
- My Favorite Games: Viking Child, Fat Bobby, Mystic Quest
- How I Found your Site: Altavista (I think)
- My Favorite System: Lynx
- What I Think of the Content: Funky
- Yeah man, Long Live Alternative Computers (and consoles).
Long live Amiga, Atari, Macintosh, RiscPC,...
Buy a Lynx!!!!!!!!
When is the new one coming?--- From Exit
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Friday December 18th, 1998 at 08:28:59]
- My Favorite Games: Command & Conquer (Red Alert)
- How I Found your Site: Stumbled over it.
- My Favorite System: Sega Saturn
- What I Think of the Content: Nice
- No matter how down you are, you can always get yourself up again.
--- From Quest
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Thursday December 17th, 1998 at 21:41:47]
- My Favorite Games: Double Dragon, Spy Hunter, Rampage, SMB 2, Frogger, Ghosts & Goblins, Excitebike, Donkey Kong, Cobra Triangle, Link, Punch Out, R.C. Pro-Am, Buck Rogers, Asteroids, Pitfall, Tank, Mega Man 2, and Final Fight.
- How I Found your Site: The web
- My Favorite System: NES 8-bit and Colecovision
- What I Think of the Content: Excellent. There's always something to discover
- Great site! I enjoy looking through it and seeing the original and best video games from my childhood. I had Atari but I was captured by the ColecoVision in 1983.
--- From Jean Miller
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Thursday December 17th, 1998 at 19:08:54]
- My Favorite Games: Centipede and Asteroids
- How I Found your Site: Games Magazine
- My Favorite System:
- What I Think of the Content: Still exploring
--- From Jayson Galyon
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday December 15th, 1998 at 06:59:00]
- My Favorite Games: Vanguard, Moon Patrol, Jungle Hunt
- How I Found your Site: Yahoo
- My Favorite System: 5200
- What I Think of the Content:Ggreat
- Great page. This page provides a lot of info to someone who is into classic games like me. Keep up the good work and see you in #RGVC :)
Atari made great consoles--- From BOULAHIA Mehdi
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday December 14th, 1998 at 22:28:54]
- My Favorite Games: Tempest 2000, Ultra Vortek, Rayman
- How I Found your Site: following links
- My Favorite System: Jaguar
- What I Think of the Content: interesting and fully complete
- Long live the alternative machines (Atari -computers and consoles-; Amiga, RiscPCs etc...)
--- From Philip Whitehouse
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday December 14th, 1998 at 07:57:56]
- My Favorite Games: Zero-5, T2K, Iron Soldier
- How I Found your Site: Just surfed on in.
- My Favorite System: Jaguar
- What I Think of the Content: Excellent
- Brilliant site. Keep up the good work!
COMMENTS & WANTED ITEMS--- From JACK KORTKAMP
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Friday December 11th, 1998 at 14:03:18]
- My Favorite Games: CRAZY CLIMBER
- How I Found your Site: SEARCHED NETSCAPE
- My Favorite System: 2600
- What I Think of the Content: COOL
- LOVE THE SITE! I SPENT HOURS AT WORK READING ALL
ABOUT YOUR TOPICS.
WANTED:INDY 500 DRIVING CONTROLLERS, TRACKBALL CONTROLLERS
AND A COPY OF CRAZY CLIMBER CX-2683. CALL COLLECT
ANYTIME AT (210) 659-1135.
--- From Mario Abreu
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday December th, 18:01:57 at 1]
- My Favorite Games: River Raid, Pressure Cooker, Pac-Man, SeaQuest
- How I Found your Site: From Yahoo!
- My Favorite System: I like Nintendo 16-bit, but the Atari 2600 reminds me of my early fun childhood.
- What I Think of the Content: I liked it.
- I would like to find more reviews of old games.
There where hundreds of games, and I think that your site
could improve very much if it had more game reviews.
It seems to me that's what drives someone to your site is,
at most, lembrances from old titles. I found it amazing to read
reviews of my old friend "enduro" and also others, and I would
like to read more of them.
I would like to collaborate with new reviews, but, as you are
seeing, I can't write a good English text yet.
Just Plain FUN!--- From Micah G.
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Saturday November 28th, 1998 at 21:38:26]
- My Favorite Games: A few of many favorite Atari 2600 games are. Kaboom, River Raid, Pitfall, Megamania, Raiders Of The lost Ark, Combat, Barnstorming, Robot Tank.. <
- Just to name a few. Favorite N64 games. Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Mario 64, Doom 64. Favorite Arcade Games. Donkey Kong, Joust, Flicky, Mystic Marathon, Dig Dug, Lost Tomb, Robotron 2084, Mr. Viking, Krull, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter 2 Champ. I love my vids.. =)
- How I Found your Site: Surfing The Web and found a GEM! =)
- My Favorite System: I love them all. From the Tele-games Pong through N64 they all bring something fun. But the Atari 2600 will always hold the key to my heart.
- What I Think of the Content: Very Imformative Well Done!
- Hey guys just want to say Great!! job on this site.
I have never found another site with as much fac
information regarding the Atari 2600 and 7800. I enjoyed
reading about all the specs etc. It's nice to see that their
are hard core players that really still love and appreciate
the Atari 2600. Yes the graphics were simple (yet great at that time) but the gameplay was just plain fun. After Pong of course, the Atari 2600 started it all. I own many systems
(including of course a 2600 and I enjoy playing a intence
game of Kaboom! Or River Raid just as much as playing
Mortal Kombat Trilogy (which is an all time fav or mine)
on the N64. Point is a fun game is a fun game no matter what.However too many games today expecially when we are talking about Arcade games are just not fun.
In fact I for one love and miss the whole vibe of the early 80s as far as the whole arcade scene was concerned. Where even in the arcades, the graphics may have been not as flashy as todays big similator type games, but we loved them and again the most important thing was that they were FUN! The only arcade games today that I feel are truly amazing and great is Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter 2. other than that their is nothing that is ground breaking. Games are all the same today. As far as arcade games are concerned the true greats were simple yet fun and hard! where the games did not end unless you died.
I bet you guys and whoever is reading this post feel the same way. Bottom line is fun fun fun fun right? Some
of us still hold that to our hearts I see. I comend you for it... Keep up the great work!!!!!
--- From James Stevens
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Saturday November 28th, 1998 at 17:58:45]
- My Favorite Games: Star Raiders, Joust
- How I Found your Site: A Games Magazine
- My Favorite System: 5200
- What I Think of the Content: Very Good