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  • Blog Post: Intellivision Lives On Nintendo DS This September

    Today Virtual Play Games announced Intellivision Lives! for the Nintendo DS. The title will feature 60 games including Astrosmash, B-17 Bomber, Shark! Shark!, Motocross, and more. The 12 button keypad will also be in full effect. Intellivision Lives! will also include games not released at original launch... More
  • Blog Post: XBLA Game Room Update Reveals More Retro Games

    A new update for Microsoft's Game Room is now available, which will eventually feature 15 new games...well, 15 old games, technically. Here are the first five, available right now. Atari 2600 : Fishing Derby (1980, Activision Publishing) Barnstorming (1982, Activision Publishing) Quadrun (1983, Atari... More
  • Blog Post: Intellivision Cake Looks Playable...But Not Edible

    I've never thought about eating a video game console before. Should I start with a controller? Nibble on the wiring first? Or should I just smash my face directly into the console? Gerry, whoever he may be, was faced with this difficult decision on his birthday when he was gifted an Intellivision... More
  • Blog Post: Intellivision Next Was Almost A Reality

    While speaking at GDC, industry legend Don Daglow, who was one of the original five programmers for Mattel's Intellivision, revealed that he was working on a follow up to the classic machine. Daglow called the console the "Intellivision Next" and mentions it would release in 1983. During... More
  • Blog Post: Classic Gaming Expo To Deliver Oldies, Goodies

    If you're at all interested in retro gaming, you're going to want to free up a couple of dates in July and August. The Classic Gaming Expo, which includes panel discussions, musical acts and a massive swap meet, is set for July 31 and August 1 in Las Vegas. This year's guests include Activision's... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Greenberg Sheds Light On Game Room

    When information about Microsoft's Game Room leaked, and even after the official announcement last night, many gamers and bloggers described it as an Xbox 360 version of PlayStation's Home. After seeing it in action ourselves and talking to director of product management Aaron Greenberg it became... More
  • Blog Post: Will Xbox 360 Avatars Get A Virtual Arcade?

    Xbox Live Arcade might just get a new meaning. A consumer survey sent by a tipster suggests Microsoft may be working on a virtual arcade for players’ Avatars, Joystiq reports . Some of the potential names listed in the survey include the following: Game Room RetroCade AvatArcade RetroGame Game... More
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