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At Games Atari Flashback 4 Classic Game Console

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3.3 out of 5 stars 207 customer reviews

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  • Atari Flashback classic game console
  • 75 Built-in games that defined a generation
  • Two Atari Flashback 2600 wireless controllers
  • Plug & play on any TV, Powered by AC adapter
  • Classic Asteroids poster included
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Atari Flashback 4 Classic Game Console Two Wireless Controllers Limited Edition Asteroids Poster AC Power Adapter & Instruction Manual

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  • ASIN: B0094H8H6O
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 3 x 8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Console
  • Release Date: November 13, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,209 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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By DLH TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 13, 2012
I already own the original Flashback, and Flashback 2. My Flashback 4 is on the way. Anyone that grew up in the 80's and owned the original Atari 2600 will want to own the the Flashback 4 which now has wireless controllers and even more games. My review is basically to provide the complete list of games included since I had a hard time finding it, and I'm sure many others are looking for it too. I'll update my full review when my Flashback 4 arrives.Read more ›
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Hello! I found the Atari Flashback 4 on sale for $39.99 at a Rite Aide in Los Angeles, day of its release on 11-12-12. If it were $49.99, as is the suggested retail, I would not have bought it. Overall, I'd say a new one is worth between $20 and $30.

It comes with the FB4 unit, power cable, yellow and white AV cable, two wireless remotes (batteries not included), instruction manual and poster.

It has 75 built in games, including some good ones like Jungle Hunt, Space Invaders, Missile Command, Centipede, Asteroids, Battlezone, and Atari Circus, and several sports games. I also have a Flashback 2, and unfortunately, the Flashback 4 does NOT have Lunar Landing, Pitfall, or Atari Climber (as the FB2 does). Also, the FB4 does NOT have an Atari 2600 cartridge slot. (Why not, at this point?)

Strike one came when attempting to unscrew the tiny screw on the wireless controller in order to load the batteries. This took some time and consternation as you need a tiny phillips head and plenty o' torque!

The controllers, nicely, have the "select" and "start" buttons on them on the back (in addition to the standard "fire" button on top), as well as a button the calls up the main menu (so you don't have to get up and press the button on the system itself--a much appreciated design upgrade).

Strike two came when I first plugged in the system. I sat the FB4 unit on top of a book in front of my HD TV, the book sitting on a carpeted floor. Them menu came up just fine, but there was immediately a harsh static-like "scratching" noise coming from the TV speakers, as if the unit was accepting some kind of interference. Turning off the unit and back on again didn't help.
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By Amazon Customer on November 21, 2012
This atari is fun if you're into the old school stuff. It's nice to be able to play Adventure, and some of the other games from my childhood. The wireless controllers are not great, and if ANYTHING steps in front of them, you lose connection. The controller must be pointing DIRECTLY at the system at all times. It's not very easy when you have a 2 year old that's running back and forth in the living room.

However, Amazon's price for this system is ridiculous. I paid $35 at the Dollar General for mine. Walgreen's had it on sale for $29 (if you can find it) and Rite Aid carries these also. I'm sorry, but this thing is NOT worth more than $50. I'd be willing to pay that extra $$ if it had Pitfall though.
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By matt on February 14, 2013
This game works great! I just received it from my wife today 2/14/2013 for Valentines. She knew I had been looking at it. I was a little leery about buying after reading some of the reviews. A LOT of people complained that you had to be sitting 2 feet from the console and had to have the wireless controllers pointing right at it. I found this to be NOT true. I got as far as my room would allow me to which is about 15 feet, pointed the controller in all kinds of directions and it worked perfect! Maybe its because I had fresh brand new batteries in the controllers?

Anyways, having played this some 35 years ago it brought back a lot of memories! Funny that this was the bomb back then compared to today's games and graphics. My favorite is space invaders!

UPDATE: Ok, I see why some people say you have to sit close to the console and point the controller right at it. This happened to me when the batteries started wearing down. So I got some rechargeable batteries and problem solved.
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