barnieg Posted August 4, 2016 Share Posted August 4, 2016 Can you elaborate on what you mean by "AtGames are certainly benefitting from this work."? They started over from scratch with the Flashback 3. If you mean they benefited from two prior Atari Flashbacks, then I suppose you could make that argument, i.e., it validated the market and established the product line. That was a decade ago, though. It's probably time to move on. My meaning was certainly closer to the "i.e., it validated the market and established the product line..." however didn't they reutilise the Flashback 2 case design? It was the internals that were redone. I don't have any axe to grind with AtGames this is more for historical accuracy and that I'm in the early stages of exploring a "Flashback" type product for market, AtGames sucess (and the realtive sucess of the Spectrum ZX Vega here in the UK) gives me more confidence . Even recent console/computing history seems to be revised in favour of the market "winners" , a good example of this is the Amiga CD32 Barnie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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