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Portland Retro Gaming Expo - Oct 18 and 19


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There was very little pre-crash stuff. Mostly NES, Super NES, Sega etc. There were some common Intellivision in boxes (most pretty beat up), commons cart only, a CIB Bullwinkle, a CIB Stonix, a couple of sealed Elektronite games and a Philly 4-Tris behind glass not for sale. Sorry, no pics.

 

But there was Keith Robinson! He commented my Intellivision shirt was not one of his. I responded I was giving him free advertising.

 

So instead I got a boxed Colecovision, boxed Super Action Controllers, boxed Coleco Module #2 and 2 Coleco homebrews.

 

The arcade area was amazing. Probably 100+ arcades you could just walk up and play. All the oldies - Joust, Battlezone, DK, DK Jr, etc...

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There was very little pre-crash stuff. Mostly NES, Super NES, Sega etc. There were some common Intellivision in boxes (most pretty beat up), commons cart only, a CIB Bullwinkle, a CIB Stonix, a couple of sealed Elektronite games and a Philly 4-Tris behind glass not for sale. Sorry, no pics.

 

But there was Keith Robinson! He commented my Intellivision shirt was not one of his. I responded I was giving him free advertising.

 

So instead I got a boxed Colecovision, boxed Super Action Controllers, boxed Coleco Module #2 and 2 Coleco homebrews.

 

The arcade area was amazing. Probably 100+ arcades you could just walk up and play. All the oldies - Joust, Battlezone, DK, DK Jr, etc...

Sounds like a great arcade setup! I failed to take advantage of what they had at CGE.

 

Ah, to see a Philly Classic 4-Tris.

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I finally picked up an Adventures of Tron from

evg2000. Now I'm down to the last 3 homebrews but they are the hardest 3 to find. I asked if there was a price for the 4-Tris but it was display only. Same for the nice collection of Shock Vision games and adapters. Lots of commons as expected but also saw some game boxes with the diagonal slots in the back for non-English manuals. Saw a Stickler at Billy Galaxy (has a boxed INTV III as well).

 

CollectorVision had nice table with Sydney Hunter and Space Raid. I also got to play Flappee Bird on the ColecoVision (don't worry, I'm not switching platforms) and thought it was an accurate port.

 

Got to listen and talk to Keith Robinson. Lots of fun and good stories.

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Well, fortunately only the 4-tris and Shock Vision items were "not for sale". The other items like Bullwinkle, Choplifter, Scarfinger, and other homebrews are still for available (message evg2000, though he has to drive back to southern California soon if not already).

Did you take pics of the Shockvision stuff?

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