how many out there are my age and addicted to this stuff, man, i have been waiting 3 years for this stuff, been on xbox for ten years with kids, now on my own and changing lanes, anyone else?
This is what arcade games were like when I started playing. We didn't have video screens, hence they were not video games, but arcade games. I'll bet a few of you fellow gamers remember these machines. And they had that distinctive wooden cabinet / electronic parts smell. It was a special time that today's youngsters missed out on. We really did get to experience the evolution from the ground up. As video games go, here is a nice rundown on the console history. I still have a Bally Professional Arcade. I remember wanting the Fairchild Channel F: http://www.gooddealgames.com/articles/Home%20Video%20Game%20History.html