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Sometimes you just can't stop a man and his dream. In this case, the man is Ed Fries, the former vice president of Microsoft's game publishing division, and the dream is a version of Halo for the Atari 2600. That actually started out simply as a way for Fries to learn to program for the 2600, but q...

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August 3, 2010 at 1:26PM
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We don't know what caused our feelings about sudoku to change from "meh" to total enthusiasm, but our change of heart coincided almost exactly with the first time we learned about a sudoku game on the NES. Weird how that works out, right? Only 90 grey-cartridge copies and five gold-cartridge copie...

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