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r/Atari2600
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The Atari 2600 is also known as Video Computer System or VCS. It was Atari's entry into the second generation of video games. The Atari 2600 is a video game console released in September 1977. It's the third console of its generation following the Fairchild Channel F and RCA Studio II. 2600 is credited with popularizing the use of modern video game consoles. The console was originally sold as the Atari VCS, for Video Computer System.
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r/retrogaming
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For those of us who still love vintage gaming. Atari, Intellivision, ColecoVision, Vectrex, Sega, Nintendo, DOS, and more. It's all good here as long as it's gaming from the 70s, 80s, or 90s.
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This is the definitive Reddit source for video game collectors or those who would like to start collecting interactive entertainment. It's a place to share ideas, tips, tricks or secrets as well as show off collections. Most importantly it's a place for game enthusiasts and collectors to keep video game history alive. So come and join one of the largest internet forums for video game collecting!
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Nostalgia is often triggered by something reminding you of a happier time. Whether it's an old commercial or a book from your past, it belongs in /r/nostalgia. Here we can take pleasure in reminiscing about the good ol' days... times we shared with loved ones, both humorous and sad. So grab your Pogs, Surge cans and Thriller cassettes, and we'll see you in /r/nostalgia!
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As large of an issue it is for students to understand their Shakespeare assignments, please refrain from expecting us to do your homework for you. If you're looking for help, please include your own work thus far in the question. "Can somebody help make this essay on Hamlet stronger?" gets a better response than "I have to write an essay on Hamlet can somebody tell me what to write about?"
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/r/OldSchoolCool **History's cool kids, looking fantastic!** A pictorial and video celebration of history's coolest kids, everything from beatniks to bikers, mods to rude boys, hippies to ravers. And everything in between. If you've found a photo, or a photo essay, of people from the past looking fantastic, here's the place to share it.
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RetroPie allows you to turn your Raspberry Pi or PC into a retro-gaming machine. This community focuses around the projects that come from this as well as providing tips/tricks and help in getting it setup.
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Few games are so representative of a console than Missile Command, for the Atari 2600. It is an arcade port, but much better than the original version. It holds that distinct Atari visual, which is hard to beat. The arcade version is good, but it looks a bit generic for today standards. This version, however, is pure Atari glory, and I love it.

外围体育投注This is pretty much a perfect game for the system. It got the visuals, the simplicity, the dystopian look, you name it. It is tense, addictive and fun. The screen just blinking many times when you lose, making your whole room beautifully glow, is just classic (play it with your lights off and you will see it). Few games, even more modern ones, give us this special, dystopian feeling. It is pure 1980s gaming glory and it can't be better.

The way the gameplay works is very good. It is so elegantly handled, like other many Activision games from that time. You have some missiles and you have to antecipate the enemies' trajectories on the screen. Things get tricky when you have too many enemies. It uses a lot of strategy and good reflexes to achieve the highest scores.

So we get to the most important point: the scores. You have to play those games for the score. It is not about just playing it and not paying attention to the numbers. The whole purpose is to beat someone's score (even your own previous score, if you like). When you play it considering the score, the whole experience changes, and the game really shines and achieve its full potential. It is thrilling when you are near a score and the game gets too difficult.

外围体育投注Gameplay is tough, but fair. You always win a city back each 10 000 points, which makes it really addictive. You can always save your ass if you play good. Those old Activision games really knew how to compensate you for your good skills.

And the speed. I'm always impressed how such a primitive console can be so fast. It is way faster than most of Coleco or the Intellivision games, from the next generation. The game is so responsive and reacts just exactly as you make your input. This is really important, since the gameplay can get so frenetic (and it really does).

外围体育投注If you want to explore this old console a bit more, this is a good way to start. It is totally playable today, especially if you try to play for a high score with a friend. Even by yourself, you can always try to beat your previous highest score. Even after 40 or so years, this is still a great experience. A solid gameplay and some great dystopian, 80s retro visual, it is still worth playing!

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