This is the story of the Atari NES. Sadly guru Larry is in this video so I suggest turning your ad blockers on.
John Hancock takes a look at some overlooked games for Nintendo’s handheld titan the Gameboy.
The countdown to the Ataribox launch on Indiegogo has been officially paused. Because of one key element on our checklist, it is taking more time to create the platform and ecosystem the Atari community deserves. Building Ataribox is incredibly important to us and we will do whatever it takes to be sure it is worth the wait.
An updated launch plan is underway and more detailed information will be available soon.
We will be keeping you, our community, informed every step of the way. Thank you again for your support of Ataribox.
-The Ataribox Team
In the coolest thing I’ve seen today is this amazing project by some incredible people a Microscopic Pacman. Norwegian scientists created a 1mm (0.04 inches) wide pacman game, and put single celled organisms being chased by wheel animals inside. How cool is this?
The great Jeremy Parrish gives us another installment of Gameboy Works. This time for the Gameboy rarity Fish Dude.
Has Hyperkin the company that brought us the Retron 5 and the Supaboy been working silently behind the scenese creating a portable N64? Possibly. Facebook user Ramon Navos-Moral leaked these interesting images to his FB/IG account today claiming he was at Hyperkin and snuck these photos of this pretty nice looking N64 Portable Prototype. Who knows what the truth is but we can only hope something like this is on the horizon. I still want to get one of those gameboy things for my Galaxy theyre under 40 bucks now tempting… Anyways what do you guys think of this thing?
The good people at r/reddit came up with a stellar idea of having a Game of the Year Awards! The gates are open cast our votes now!
ETA Prime shows off this sweet little raspberry pi 3 mini cab! Damn I want one!
Here’s an in depth look at the PS2 DVR. I almost bought one of these a little while back for $180 but it wasn’t fully functional so I passed. Here’s a great look at the system though.