The Best--- From Harry Quade
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Thursday November th, 00:48:21 at 4]
- My Favorite Games: Pacman,Star Wars,Pinball,etc.
- How I Found your Site: another site
- My Favorite System: ATARI 2600
- What I Think of the Content: ok
- I remember the fun of playing video games on my old Atari 2600 when I was a kid back in the early 80s. Still to this day I still want to play those games on my computer(Windows 98). I really miss all those games and the Atari 2600 computer.
Never Forget Where You Came From! Atari Rocks!!!--- From Q-Ball
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday October 26th, 1999 at 19:09:32]
- My Favorite Games: All 2600 - pitfall 2, crystal castles, gyrus, star trek, california games, pressure cooker, Hey do I have to list them all? I own over a hundred of them and I still want more!!
- How I Found your Site: How else? Checking out the COOL ATARI sites
- My Favorite System: Of course the Atari 2600! It was my baby sitter and my companion in the early 80's
- What I Think of the Content: Excellente' I never knew Atari had so many different products - even though they didn't catch on
- Okay, let's face it. Atari has ALWAYS led the way in video game technology. From the first Atari, not the 2600, you know, the one with the paddles built into the system that played only Pong, to the Jaguar, everyone else has always had to follow Atari's examples. Atari is truely a video game innovator. Yeah! Even today (1999), Atari Games makes the MOST high-tech games around for the arcade.
Some people scream Nintendo 64! Let's remember that is was Atari that had the first 8 bit system, the 5200, the first 16 bit system , the 7800 and the first 64 bit system, the Jaguar! If it was not for Atari, forging the way, the video game scene would be complete !@##!!&**! now.
By the way this Atari HQ site ROCKS!!!!!! Keep up the Amazing work!
--- From Nancy Moll
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Saturday October 23rd, 1999 at 21:47:57]
- My Favorite Games: Tetris Attack
- How I Found your Site: browsing for school paper
- My Favorite System: don't get into it that much so probably Super NES
- What I Think of the Content: pretty good, didn't know this would exist
- I still have my Atari(I beleive it is a 2600) and it still works. I like to pull it out every now and then and play it just for kicks.
Why I'm dead--- From Arch Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Friday October 22nd, 1999 at 09:21:19]
- My Favorite Games: Asterix's Adventures in Northern France
- How I Found your Site: Through the hand of God
- My Favorite System: 5200
- What I Think of the Content: Hellish and Fun
- Gooooooooo Asterix and obelix and dogmatix
Viva Austria Hungary
Disney is the real cause of both World Wars
Do not buy Disney liscened Atari Games
P.S. Jungle Hunt rules
P.P.S. This is the funniest thing I've ever done
Spiderman Arcade game--- From Thomas Pappalardo
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday October 19th, 1999 at 16:44:42]
- My Favorite Games: fighting games
- How I Found your Site:
- My Favorite System: mario kart N64
- What I Think of the Content:
What do y athink about my idea for a new arcade game. please tell me what ya think and would you play it. I think it is cool. My spiderman arcade would have characters like venom, carnage, the lizard, hobgoblin, scorpion, mysterio, spiderman, man-spider, black cat, black widow, hydroman, electroman, dr.octopus. if you know anyone that i can talk to and maybe became a true dream then e-mail. thank you and hope to get infor from you !!!!!!
Memories...--- From Scott Will
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday October 18th, 1999 at 22:44:23]
- My Favorite Games: Adventurs, Combat, Yars Revenge
- How I Found your Site: Searching for Rom info, I think.
- My Favorite System: None really...I loved the 2600 back then! My TRS-80 COCO rocked...
- What I Think of the Content: Great!
- I had that Swordquest game and for the life of me, I couldn't figure out the point. But man, I really wanted to win that jewel encrusted sword! The real one they were giving away! Did they ever make the other SQ games? (Earthquest, Firequest, I think?)
--- From Jesus
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday October 18th, 1999 at 11:01:08]
- My Favorite Games: Combat and Pitfall, but Q*bert will always hold a place in my heart
- How I Found your Site: Surfing through Atari sites
- My Favorite System: Atari-The Original
- What I Think of the Content: Good
- I just recently purchased a system, but it was not working, I have tried cleaning it and have jiggled around with the connections. I would like to know if anyone out there has any suggestions or any Atari periferals they are willing to part with, in any event, this site has helped out in letting me know that my wife and I aren't the only Atari fanatics left. Thanks, and I can be reached at email@example.com
--- From Shawn Lafontaine
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Sunday October 17th, 1999 at 21:20:48]
- My Favorite Games: River Raid, Pitfall, Megamania, Yar's Revenge
- How I Found your Site: Surfing for Atari 2600 Development Tools
- My Favorite System: Atari 7800
- What I Think of the Content: Awesome! Keep up the good work!
- I grew up on the Atari 2600, and other older consoles, and still love them, as if they were new. The new consoles just don't offer the same type of gaming experience, as the old systems do/did. I've just purchased a Supercharger for the Atari 2600, and plan on putting my 6502 experience to good use for the "continued good" of this system! I feel that I can finally make a difference in the gaming world, which is dominated by huge conglomo type companies, who've lost the feel for what real videogames are all about... They can keep their high-tech, huge computing resources, and inefficient coding techniques (due to faster, bigger systems). I'll take the challenge of limited resources, which force me to be more efficient with my programming, and make me fully appreciate the art of game programming. It's truely becomming a lost art, in these days of monsterous system resources, and programming libraries, dll's, etc. They can keep it, as it just doesn't impress me as much as the good 'ole systems of the 70's and 80's.
KEWL SITE! =-)--- From The 64 BiTTer (!
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Friday October 15th, 1999 at 22:21:14]
- My Favorite Games: Atari Classic Arcadez!
- How I Found your Site: Just Surfed on IN!
- My Favorite System: Atari Jaguar 64 bit interactive multimedia system with Jag CD!
- What I Think of the Content: 10 StarZ! First rate!
- This is one of my ALL TIME favorite sitez on da web!
U Are running an Excellent site, here, Y'All!
Excellent source of information--- From Eric French
[Mail Me][Wednesday October 13th, 1999 at 22:21:45]
- My Favorite Games: Final Fantasy III(Japanese) and VIII(US), Akumajo Dracula (any!), 7800 Desert Falcon, Wipeout XL
- How I Found your Site: Search Engine (Yahoo!)
- My Favorite System: Currently: Japanese Dreamcast. All-Time: 7800/NES
- What I Think of the Content: Outstanding and concise.
- I stumbled across Atari HQ about a year ago and visit often for new information. I just acquired my first 5200 and your FAQ has helped me get started on the right foot (including repairing those picky controllers!). Keep up the good work, and keep the dream alive - Atari is too important as a culture, not just a product, to let slip away.
Very cool site, brought back alot of memories!--- From Chris G
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday October 11th, 1999 at 21:50:56]
- My Favorite Games: role playing IE Zelda
- How I Found your Site: search
- My Favorite System: Of all time probably the NES
- What I Think of the Content: excellent but need more screen shots
Info needed--- From Michael
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday October 11th, 1999 at 07:01:48]
- My Favorite Games: Ghostbusters
- How I Found your Site: yahoo
- My Favorite System: Atari
- What I Think of the Content: great
- If anyone knows, where can I get an AC adapter for an Atari 7800? Please let me know soon. Thanx.
Atarian Forever!--- From R U Sirius
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday October 11th, 1999 at 04:43:15]
- My Favorite Games: StarQuake
- How I Found your Site: while lurking around
- My Favorite System: XEGS
- What I Think of the Content: Excellent!
- Still running my Atari 800XL/E 256k after all these years!
--- From ANNA VAN NESS
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday October th, 19:46:51 at 6]
- My Favorite Games: ADVENTURE
- How I Found your Site: SEARCHING
- My Favorite System: SEGA GENISIS
- What I Think of the Content: DON'T KNOW YET
FINAL FANTASY AND PHANTASY STAR 4
A great, complex 2600 site--- From Sietse Overbeek
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday October th, 08:10:07 at 6]
- My Favorite Games: Enduro, Dodge 'Em.
- How I Found your Site: link
- My Favorite System: What did you think? The 2600.
- What I Think of the Content: very cool
- What a hell of a site, great work guys.
I'm so glad there are such enthousiastic atari