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The most recent addition to the classic consoles collection is the Atari 7800 ProSystem. Need to replace the power switch, as it's not working very well. From what I've seen, in all of 3 minutes of game play, the graphics seem nice enough. I haven't cracked open my copy of Demon Attack yet, though I suspect that it's just the Atari 2600 version. It's the ol' black box version from Imagic.

The best thing about this system is that it can play 2600 carts, so when we have classic gaming night, it's two-for-one with this one!

Although I've gleaned only a smidgeon of information about this system, it seems the salient points are that it was first developed back in 1984 as a successor to the ill-fated Atari 5200, but wasn't released until the great revival brought about by the success of the NES in 1986. A case of too little, too late, many say.



Title Item No. Manual Vendor Rarity Notes
Asteroids Box Asteroids CX 7802 Yes

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C3Silver grayscale label
Centipede Cartridge (no box) Centipede CX 7801 No

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C2Loose
Choplifter! Box Choplifter! CX 7821 Yes

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C2Nice color label
Dig Dug Box Dig Dug CX 7803 Yes

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C3Cracked open on 14. July, 2003.
Donkey Kong Cartridge (no box) Donkey Kong CX 7848 No

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C3Loose
Donkey Kong Junior Cartridge (no box) Donkey Kong Junior CX 7849 No

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C3Loose
Galaga Box Galaga CX 7805 Yes

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C3Cracked open on 14. July, 2003.
Joust Cartridge (no box) Joust CX 7806 No

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C3Loose
Mario Bros. Cartridge (no box) Mario Bros. CX 7850 No

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C1Loose; still in the baggie
Ms. Pac-Man Cartridge (no box) Ms. Pac-Man CX 7807 No

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C3Loose; silver and black label
Pole Position II Cartridge (no box) Pole Position II CX 7808 No

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C3Loose; Black & white label
Robotron: 2084 Box Robotron: 2084 CX 7809 Yes

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C2Nice shape
Xevious Box Xevious CX 7810 Yes

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C3Nice copy, but box seam is beginning to separate