System Reviews

New Mega EverDrive Review

  Available at: http://stoneagegamer.com/   EverDrive What is your opinion about flash carts? Very cool and convenient I’d prefer to play the actual original game cart Undecided Current Results Leave comment below.  Please “star” and share, and be apart of …

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History of Consoles: Arcadia 2001 (1982)

Console: Arcadia 2001 Manufacturer: Emerson Availability: May 1981 Consoles Sold: Unknown Original Retail Price: $199 ($475.08 with inflation) History:  Emerson Radio Corp. (known for their development of affordable electronic products) decided to enter the video game home console market in …

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Nintendo 3DS XL System Review

  What are your thoughts about the Nintendo 3DS XL? Leave comment below, “like” and share, and be apart of the Gamester81 forums. Click here:

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History of Consoles: ColecoVision (1982)

Console: ColecoVision Manufacturer: Coleco Availability: 1982 Consoles Sold: 6 Million+ Original Retail Price: $175 ($415.47 including inflation) History: The company Coleco was founded in Connecticut in 1932 originally as a manufacturer of leather supplies and as a shoemaker.  Eventually Coleco …

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History of Consoles: Magnavox Odyssey 2 (1978)

Console: Odyssey 2 Manufacturer: Magnavox Availability: 1978 Consoles Sold: 2 Million Original Retail Price: $100 ($351.39 including inflation) History: Magnavox had been the first manufacturer to release the first home video game console to the market in 1972 with the …

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Review

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History of Consoles: Mattel Intellivision (1980)

Console: Intellivision Manufactured By; Mattel Electronics Availability: 1980 Original Retail Price: $299 ($832.69 including inflation History:   In 1978 major toy manufacturer Mattel decided to enter the home video game market after seeing Atari’s success with the Atari VCS (2600).  Mattel …

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An Overview of the CD-i Mouse

For the average home videogame platform, mouse accessories have generally garnered little support. Interestingly, such was not the case with the Philips CD-i platform. In this video we will be taking a look at the mouse peripheral itself, as well …

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