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That console is extremely significant, because it was the console that first made console-gaming mainstream, years before the NES was released.
My dad had an Atari in the early 80s. I was only around 4 or 5 at the time and had no interest in it but I do remember it, and he had a lot of games.
My friend got a NES in the later 80s and I loved playing it. I'd go to her house and want to play it and she didn't really, since she could play anytime. Looking back, I was probably a jerk about that. She had like every game too though. Paperboy and Jaws were favorites, aside from Mario Bros.
I currently have NES, SNES, N64, Wii, Gameboy and a ps4.
Unfortunately I didn't. My first console was a Sega Genesis.
I never grew up with a physical copy I played with an Atari 2600 emulator there were some good games and bad games ( one of the bad games were E.T. )
Yes, my sister, and I had an Atari 2600 a very long time ago. Video games have never interested me to be completely truthful.
My friend has one still in the box he likes to brag about it
i never did my parents got me a pong machine instead
i have a still workin commodore vic 20 that i bought with paper route money
a blisterin 5000 bytes of ram
i also have a workin nes
the neighbors had a 2600 and we played so much i remember walkin home in the dark and still seein asteroids burnt into my vision
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