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1. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 06:40 BST
Heres another type of gaming!The games that you would just plug in to the TV.Did you Like them? Do you own any? Do you want any? Just post something about them below!
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2. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 06:49 BST
My fiance has the Deal or No Deal one. It isn't bad.
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3. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 18:44 BST
yeah... I got the spongebob frycook games and the pinball one... plus a beyblade, lost the wires though...lol!
4. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 18:44 BST
I have the Spongebob 5-1 games and I used to have the Activision one. I think my Atari's one is in my dad's truck, if it's still there.
5. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 18:46 BST
Nope never played them, they do look okay though, kind of a cool retro feel. And who wouldn't want to use an Atari styled controller to play Space Invaders on your HD TV.
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6. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 18:49 BST
I thought about getting the old console ones like Atari and the such. Just was not sure how good they were.
7. Posted: Sat 19th Sep 2009 18:49 BST
Don't have any but might consider getting this one:
8. Posted: Tue 22nd Sep 2009 20:51 BST
I have a few -- the Atari Flashback 2 (essentially a console-ized plug-N-play), the Atari 2600 Paddle games plug-N-play, the Activision A2600 plug-N-play joystick and the Pac-Man arcade plug-N-play (includes Pac, Galaxian, Dig Dug, RallyX and Bosconian).
They vary in quality from my experiences. The Atari ones are excellent, especially the Flashback2 (which i believe replicates the actual hardware performance instead of emulating it), but the paddle is also solid. The Pac and Activision ones are good too, but the video quality varies (the cables are clearly very cheap, unshielded wiring). A friend got the first Genesis/MegaDrive plug-N-play that came out and he said that it was solid as well.
Overall though, i think they're a good value, especially if it features a game or two that you love -- a particularly love having an easy plug-N-play of arcade Pac-Man for when i'm too lazy to fire up the 360 (or just want to play it with an actual joystick as it should be).
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9. Posted: Tue 22nd Sep 2009 20:52 BST
i got the star wars episode 3 one. piece of trash
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10. Posted: Tue 22nd Sep 2009 23:28 BST
If you guys have an Atari Flashback 2.0 there ar 2 hidden paddle games on it!
Spell out "1972" on the first menu screen by UP once, DOWN nine times, UP seven times, and DOWN two times. However, you will need paddles to play Warlords and Super Breakout though.
Edited on Tue 22nd September, 2009 @ 23:34 by Turbo_Genesis_64
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11. Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2009 02:52 BST
Oh, I have played them over at one of my Italian cousin's houses many times when I was little.I played greats like Nuts & Milk, Binary Land, Mappy, Ninja Kun, Formation Z, Zippy Race, and so much more... [Sigh] Memories! I don't own one, but I still recall my countless nights over at my cousin's house playing for hours on the PowerJoy. I even played the NES hack version of Disney's Aladdin, not knowing until three years later in Hurricane Rita that it was based off the Super NES game.To be quite honest, I never knew most of these games were from actual NES and FamiCom classics, or slightly less. Not until the internet several years later.PowerJoy ftw!!!!! It was also a good way of importing Dig Dug and Mappy without doing the importing. Know what I'm sayin'?
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12. Posted: Wed 23rd Sep 2009 19:58 BST
Oh yeah, i picked up one of those Power Joy things a number of years back (right before Ninty went after them the first time, though i still see plenty of them available despite the injunction). Fun, but gimped versions of some great NES games (i remember 1942, Duck Hunt and Super Mario getting most of the love). Overall though, it wasn't too great; the versions of games were clearly emulated hacks (timing, music and colors sometimes off, etc) and the "system" itself (contained within a controller designed to look like an N64 controller, but whose analog stick was firmly glued in place and did nothing) was made very cheaply, A/V cables were horrible (replaced them with good ones and had no real A/V problems).
I ended up tearing the thing apart to just get at the NoaC ("Nintendo-on-a-chip") which i'll perhaps one day use to get my BenHeck on and make a homemade portable NES.
Edited on Wed 23rd September, 2009 @ 19:59 by the_shpydar
13. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 00:10 BST
The only one I have is this Sega Genesis one. Wih 6 awesome sega games on it,
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14. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 00:13 BST
I have a spongebob one, and my brother got a tetris one with a block for a controller and a genesis thing with 6 games. On sonic 2, it starts out on the 2nd level!
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15. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 00:38 BST
Yeah, I do recall the timing being way off on the PowerJoy. It's especially true when play the true versions of Clu Clu Land and Track & Field on your TV screen at home. Go figure.
16. Posted: Thu 24th Sep 2009 00:41 BST
I bought a lot of plug and plays this summer- 1.Sega Genesis Collection w/ Sonic, Flicky, Kid Chameleon, Golden Axe, Altered Beast and Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine2.Capcom's Street Fighter 2 Special Championship Edition and Ghouls 'n Ghosts, comes w/ 2 six button controllers3. Atari Paddle games collection w/10 games4. Atari 2600 collection w/10 games5. Ms. Pac-Man, Mappy, Xevious, Galaga and Pole Position 6. Pac Man, Bosconian, Galaxian, Dig Dug, and Rally-XAll of the above for less than $20 total. Also found a Atari Flashback 2 w/ 40 games for $25. I love Ebay.
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17. Posted: Sat 10th Oct 2009 03:41 BST
I have Pac - Man and Spongebob, and some other one with random games on it.
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18. Posted: Mon 12th Oct 2009 03:22 BST
Nope. Any recommendations ?
19. Posted: Mon 12th Oct 2009 03:46 BST
yes, the atari flashback 2.0! all hail the king of the plug and play!
20. Posted: Mon 12th Oct 2009 03:49 BST
I miss the Atari days. Pac Man and Frogger !!!!!!!!