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About the product
- Brand New. Manufacture Sealed
- 105 Built-In Games
- Plug and play on any TV
- Includes 2 User Friendly Wired Atari Controllers
- 100v-240v Universal Power AC Adapter Included
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Brand New. Manufacture Sealed
105 Built-In Games
Plug and play on any TV
Includes 2 User Friendly Wired Atari Controllers
100v-240v Universal Power AC Adapter Included
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PROS (1) The device has a nostalgic look. (2) There is a generous amount of games in this system. (3) The price seems right. (4) You get a variety of games like 'Space Invaders' from the early days, and some great games from the latter days like 'Solaris.' (5) If you have some old controllers around from an original 2600, they will work on this device.
CONS (1) There are no paddles. So some of the games like 'Breakout' and 'Night Driver' are not really playable. (2) The controls are a bit too loose. You can try to make them a little tighter by wrapping them in a strong tape. It helped a little. (3) Depending on how your television is set up, you may find this a bit awkward to set up. The connections are hard wired in. So it's not like you can easily switch it in and out with your DVD player. (4) There are no instructions, so while you may remember how to play some of these games, chances are you will have to go online to see what options you have in game selections.
FINAL ANALYSIS-It's hard for me to recommend this product. While I did enjoy being able to play old classics like 'Space Invaders' again, it's hard for me to recommend this product knowing all the cons. The best way I can put it is that if (A) You really want to play these old games again, (B) You are willing to perhaps wrap the controllers in a strong tape to tighten them up, (C) Your TV is in a place where it's not so difficult to switch from your DVD player to the game system, (D) You don't mind going online to see what options you have in game selections, then go ahead.
I did enjoy being able to play classics like 'Space Invaders' and 'Centipede' again. And it was nice to revisit 'Solaris.' Even if you subtract the games like 'Breakout' that are too difficult to play with the joysticks, you're still left with a generous number of games.