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The Atari 7800 was never the most popular of home video game systems, but that’s a shame because it had solid graphics for the 1980s and had a number of superb games worth playing regularly. Here are five of my favorite games for the Atari 7800 home video game system.
The Atari 5200 home video game system never had the popularity of the famous Atari 2600, but it did have better graphics over all and it still had plenty of games that were fun to play. So, let’s take a look back at five of the games that made the Atari 5200 gaming system worth having.
Ms. Pac-Man has long been a favorite of classic video game fans. And why not? There’s solid action, bright colors and a lot fun. Ms. Pac-Man was popular enough to be ported to many home gaming consoles, and one of the most faithful versions of this game was for the Atari 7800 gaming system.
We all know basketball, but are you familiar with Basketbrawl? Basketbrawl is a video game for the Atari 7800 home gaming system and it is quite awesome. Not only can you play one-on-one and two-on-two, but you can also get into a fist fight right there on the court!
If you played the Atari 2600 back in the day and still keep playing it today, there’s a pretty good chance you are an Atari geek. What are some other signs to look for to tell if you’re an Atari geek? Well, read on for 100 telltale signs that you just might love your old Atari 2600 a little too much.
The Atari 7800 home video game system never had much popularity, but its graphics were equal to if not better than the Nintendo Entertainment System of the time. Better yet, you could play Atari 2600 games on the 7800.