1,321KidRadTue 29th May 2012 Ryno wrote: Wave, how much scrilla do you have? Though not a true physical copy its got the looks that if Roxette were still around making 80’s hits they would be singing about it! Anyway, to be honest I can only stand Atari for small chunks of Stay-Puff Marshmellow Man pie. The Flashback is good for just that and then I quickly realize I would rather play the NES or SNES! Looks like Bloke gave you some great recommendations for the Atari. I would throw in Donkey Kong, Frogger, Space Invaders, Pac Man and Q-Bert. I also remember borrowing Raiders of the Lost Ark so I would like to get that one someday. Might not be any good though. [/div] Hah! Mega Man 9 NES copies go for as much as $500(as rare as they are), I'd be better off blasting back in time with Bill Rizer and scoring a killer 10 minute date with Laura Branigan. And that's exactly why I want the Atari, a console to play in teeny little bite sized Belmont cookie crum pieces, because they don't seem to offer that much variety when it comes to....Well, everything. But like the commodre 64(atlhough it's more advanced) it offers such a distinct and authentic experience. MadAssueDude was right about one thing. When playing the Atar 2600....playing it at night, in the dark, on a wood panel retro tube TV, with crickets chirping in the background is a MUST Edited on Tue 29th May, 2012 @ 20:11 by KidRad Currently Playing: TMNT II: The Arcade game NIntendo Fanatic & King of NES Tekkidome!