As an aside, was there a time when 7800 systems and games were being clearanced for dirt cheap at Toys r Us and Kay-Bee? I certainly do not remember seeing this in my area.
Have You Played Your Intellivision Today?
TrekMD wrote:I got the 7800 as soon as it was released.
onthinice wrote:Well if I can figure out how to post pictures. I would put it up.
sloan wrote:Something I have seen with photo hosting sites is what happens if the server goes down or the pictures somehow get wiped off the server. It leaves blank holes in forum posts that are not pleasant to look at.
onthinice wrote:When you think about what folks were earning back in the Late 70's and early 80's. It is kinda of mind blowing that some of them sold as well as they did.
sloan wrote:onthinice wrote:When you think about what folks were earning back in the Late 70's and early 80's. It is kinda of mind blowing that some of them sold as well as they did.
My family was poor, no doubt about it. VCS hit shelves fall of 1977, and I finally weaseled one from my dad for Christmas 1981. Four years after the fact, I finally got Atari. I remember going to my uncle's house (he always got the latest gadgets) for Christmas of 1977 and watching them play their new VCS. They had pinball, and Asteroids, and I longed to play. No dice. I was 12, old enough to do it no harm, but they did not let me play their new Atari. When I finally got my own 4 long years later, I savored it.
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