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    • Crisstina Freeman- Crook

      Atari 2600! Our first Video Game System! We were so excited over the awesome game Meggamania!! LOL ;)

    • Keith Piskur

      Atari 2600. Crappy graphics. But what do you expect? It was the 1st home video game system with game cartridges. Great variety of games! I miss game systems with joystick contrllers.

    • Tracy Miller

      Atari 2600 was our first video game system. We didn't get Nintendo, so the next system we owned was saga genesis in the 90s.

    • Robyn Davis

      MEMORY LANE! Pac Man, Space Invaders and Frogger, Pitfall and Pong!!!

    • Amanda Howlett

      There was nothing more cool than this in the early 80s! (Atari 2600)

    • Tonya Colvin

      Atari 2600. A video game system that I could actually work!

    • Kim Phillips

      And my kids wonder why I like video games so much!

    • Heather Holt Godfrey

      Brings back childhood memories! Video Games

    • Kooglio

      Atari 2600 - isso que é videogame! rs

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