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*Nostalgia--- From Flávio
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Thursday March 30th, 2000 at 19:26:47]

  • My Favorite Games: Pitfall!
  • How I Found your Site: A great site
  • My Favorite System: Atari
  • What I Think of the Content: Free downloads
  • Comments:

*--- From Bruce Stevens
[Mail Me][Friday March 24th, 2000 at 15:05:22]

  • My Favorite Games: Ball Blazer
  • How I Found your Site: Yahoo
  • My Favorite System:
  • What I Think of the Content:
  • Comments:
    Looking for Old Atari to Play Ball Blazer on.

*--- From MARK COURTNEY
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday March 22nd, 2000 at 17:41:00]

  • My Favorite Games: golden eye, a.v.p, iron soldier 1/2
  • How I Found your Site: msn search
  • My Favorite System: n64 ,lynx, jag 64
  • What I Think of the Content: top rate
  • Comments:
    IF THE JAG HAD HAD THE PROGRAMERS IT COULD WIPE THE FLOOR
    WITH THE PLAYSTATION!!!!!!
    AS DOES THE N64.....

*Great site!--- From Steve Molloy
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday March 21st, 2000 at 14:10:46]

  • My Favorite Games: Ms. Pac-Man, NHL Hockey, and Phantasy Star 2
  • How I Found your Site: yahoo.com
  • My Favorite System: They're all great for different reasons.
  • What I Think of the Content: Very thorough and informative!
  • Comments:
    Great site - as a game collector, there is some valuable information in here. I only wish that a comprehensive list, such as the one you have here for the 5200, existed for all of the different home systems. That would make my job a little easier. If anyone knows of such a thing, please email me. Thanks, and keep playin'!

*The Jungle--- From Disco Ron
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday March 21st, 2000 at 10:03:54]

  • My Favorite Games: GoldenEye!
  • How I Found your Site: classicgaming.com
  • My Favorite System: N64
  • What I Think of the Content: All right
  • Comments:
    This site is awesome. My Disco Hut could use atari (Disco Ron's Disco Hut)

* A christmas present for our television set--- From Tony
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday March 14th, 2000 at 19:50:10]

  • My Favorite Games: Pitfall - lost caverns, Mountain King, and many others I don't recall at this moment....
  • How I Found your Site: At a search engine
  • My Favorite System: Atari, Nintendo,
  • What I Think of the Content: great !
  • Comments:
    I first recieved an Atari 2600 as a christmas present back in 1984. At the store, my parents couldn't understand how it could possible to play a game using a regular television set.One of the sales person told us that it should be played on a color set (which we didn't have)."why" I asked"Because of compatibility problems ... It just won't work ... it could damage your old black & white TV !" he answered.We ended up forced to buying a color set. After bying it, and finding no problem with playing on black & white tvs, we took the set back to "that" store (I'd rather not mention the name of this store!), and we bought our color set somewhere else. (We needed color anyway, but not from "that" store!)

*--- From David
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday March 14th, 2000 at 19:00:21]

  • My Favorite Games: strategy
  • How I Found your Site: by chance
  • My Favorite System: new=playstation, old=atari
  • What I Think of the Content: very good
  • Comments:

*Atari Teenage Riot;-)--- From Noah Benzing
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday March 14th, 2000 at 04:59:23]

  • My Favorite Games: Aliens, Pirates!, Indiana Jones And The Lost Ark
  • How I Found your Site: Infoseek
  • My Favorite System: Commodore 64/128
  • What I Think of the Content: Excellent And Original
  • Comments:
    My first experiences were on the Atari 2600, but I owned the Coleco Vision, Intellivision, and even something called a Mastervision once. However, all of my previous gaming experiences we're nullified when I started coding in BASIC on the Commie 64/128 platform. I love this site!

*Football--- From BEN B
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Tuesday February 29th, 2000 at 21:16:50]

  • My Favorite Games: sports
  • How I Found your Site: brother
  • My Favorite System: playstation
  • What I Think of the Content: excellent
  • Comments:
    I want to but the 1978 coin-op atari football game. The one with the x/o's, black and white,roller balls at each end and four play selections for offense and defense.

*--- From Matt Miller
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Monday February 28th, 2000 at 23:47:02]

  • My Favorite Games: Star Wars Rebellion
  • How I Found your Site: Wired Mag
  • My Favorite System: Odyssey
  • What I Think of the Content: Awesome, what a throwback. Although, I never left!
  • Comments:

*--- From Jeff Skinner
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Sunday February 27th, 2000 at 14:08:49]

  • My Favorite Games: Pitfall!, Donkey Kong Jr.
  • How I Found your Site: Search Engine
  • My Favorite System: 2600, 7800
  • What I Think of the Content: A - best Atari archive around
  • Comments:
    Thanks for paying homage to the origin of all video games.
    Without the 2600, video games wouldn't be nearly what they
    are today, and home machine may never have existed. No
    matter how cool or powerful the new systems get, they will
    never top the original - the best - for the excitement.

*--- From Crom Blackwell
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Sunday February 27th, 2000 at 12:07:27]

  • My Favorite Games:
  • How I Found your Site:
  • My Favorite System:
  • What I Think of the Content:
  • Comments:
    I was really happy to see the write up you did on Adventure for the 2600. I have been looking for an emulator or something where I can play that game again. This is the first time I have heard the game even mentioned anywhere. I dont have the 2600 or 7800 anymore, but want to play Adventure again. Is there anything out there that will allow me to do that? Emulator? Thanks

*--- From Billy Roberts
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Saturday February 26th, 2000 at 08:44:30]

  • My Favorite Games: Frogger, Centipide
  • How I Found your Site: GAMES magazine article
  • My Favorite System:
  • What I Think of the Content: It's good.
  • Comments:
    This is a good web site. I used to have an Atari 2600 with about 50 cartridges. I was dumb to give it away in the mid 80's. If I only could turn back time! Anyway, it's a great site. I hope to see more reviews of 2600 cartridges.

*--- From Penny Century
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Thursday February 17th, 2000 at 15:16:36]

  • My Favorite Games: Tempest
  • How I Found your Site: Thru clicking on many links...
  • My Favorite System: Classic.....Atari2600
  • What I Think of the Content: Ok....
  • Comments:
    Pretty cool...I had no ideal that people still remembered Atari2600...this brings a tear to my eye...man, if only I had never, ever threw out my 2600, after a wire became messy.If I would have known, maybe I could have found someone who would have fixed it for me, or found out how to fix it myself. Sigh.....

*awesome vintage gaming systems site!--- From caroline r
[Mail Me | Visit My Homepage][Wednesday February 16th, 2000 at 14:58:43]

  • My Favorite Games: moon patrol, burger time :)
  • How I Found your Site: surfing
  • My Favorite System: too many to count, intellivision and atari 2600 especially
  • What I Think of the Content: thorough, interesting
  • Comments:
    excellent site, i loved the many rare consoles and seeing what could have been for atari and other systems

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