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If you were a kid in the 1980's you may remember the oddball consumer gaming console called the Vectrex. Notable for it's use of vectors instead of bitmapped graphics (like every other console), the Vectrex never quite took hold but before it was discontinued a number of fun retro games were made ...

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So, you think your classic gaming collection is pretty complete, huh? You think your unopened Vectrex and mint-condition Fairchild Channel F make you a true collector, do ya? Trust us, your collection means nothing unless and until you own your own Entex Adventure Vision. Released for about two se...

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Feeling pretty exhausted from all of the modern gaming happening on the show floor, I was very pleased to discover the Northwest Classic Games Enthusiasts hidden in a corner room on another floor. They had tons of systems set up in the space, with each TV doing double or triple duty. When I went i...

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Boy, you casually mention a Vectrex and suddenly you're playing it on your MacBook. That's right, thanks to the other steve jobs, I now know about Vecx. Sure, you have to find your own ROM's, though it does include Mine Storm. Ah, the audio alone brings me back. The developer is even thinking about ...

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You can have your Windows games running under Crossover, I'm happy playing Dragon's Lair. Those of you of a certain age will appreciate what I am talking about, for you youngsters out therecheck out this Wikipedia entry for a taste of what awaits you. Thanks to DAPHNE you can finally play all those...

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