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First Blog




First Blog Post:

This blog will be about my thoughts on old 80s games and Toys. My first video game system was really a Coleco Telstar system then the Atari 2600. I was extremely lucky and got a Promotional use Atari 2600. I still have the system but have misplaced it I hope to find it as it was a heavy 6er Sunnydale. I currently Own another 2600 early addition 6er. Colecovision and a Intellivision.

I have over 100 2600 games with 60+ boxed. My Intellivision set is 50 boxed games Colecovision only 20 with one boxed.

What I like is the collecting I often trade or give away copies of my extra games. I do not like people who claim they are a collector because of this or that I feel that anyone is a collector and I ate game sealers. Why have a game if you cant enjoy it. I have bought several sealed games and opened them to play them. I only have one sealed game and that's because its a copy and a crappy game. I am tryng to find more about this game. so If anyone knows about it let me know.

Its a pink a pink Box and is a NTSC version not pal.. anyone have any info on this? I have pics and would also like to post it on the guide but dont know how to.

I will be doing reveiws of Games and maybe even toys. Mainly G1 Transformers..I do not really have enough Megos to do any great reveiws...

Omega Supreme


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True collectors buy rare games at high prices to sell them at higher prices.


They won't open the boxes and play the games.


That's how the collectors work.


They do for money only.

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I would respectfully disagree. I say they are speculators and not collectors. IMO a collector is a person who wants to complete a set of a certain thing. This may be all 2600 games or just the arcade ports ect. Collectors want to acquire items not just sell them. This is what investors do or speculators..

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