I absolutely love those things. What version do you have? I like the model 1, and also sega cd model 1, with the front loading system. These feel, to me, to be more sturdy units and less prone to damage. As someone said on a nintendo 64 review, you could drive a tank over it and it wouldn't be damaged. Ok, a bit of over exageration, but honestly. It really does rock and if I manage to get my hands on something else I'm always looking for other systems. I love older cd based systems and sure I love all this modern stuff. But honestly! Its really starting to (insert cuss here) me off that everything is all about graphics! We've had cd quality sound for years and even cartridge based systems can pipe out the tunes half decently.



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Yup, I'm enjoying my new old mega drive now. I got one off ebay and am
just buying games for it like no tomorrow. Love it!!

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Sent: 01 October 2008 21:47
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Hey Bryan and all.

Well my collection as far as older stuff goes includes a regular Atari
2600, an atari 2600 JR. an Atari 800, and 800XL, a 130XE, a Sega
Genisis, and an Atari Lynx plus various software and drives and
controlers for all systems.  All of this gear works.  For newer stuff
all I currently have is my psp but as I said I am working on picking up
probably a ps2 for a newer home console fairly soon.  I still really
like the old game systems but I must admit I am really starting to enjoy
the newer stuff as well which was not the case until fairly recently.

Best regards,

Tom


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On Behalf Of Bryan Peterson
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 2:10 PM
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Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Mainstream games


I  happen to have an Atari, a regular NES, Super NES, Game Boy Advance
and
Game Cube. Not a massive collection but the Atari still works, which is
rare
these days. Of course I did recently discover a web site whose owner
specializes in just such things as Atari and the other older gaming
systems.
I've never gotten a defective product from him, Systems, joysticks,
games,
you name it he probably has it in stock from time to time. They're a bit

pricy but considering he completely rebuilds everything and tests it
thoroughly before selling it it's worth it. As I said I've never once
gotten
a defective game or other product from him. And he accepts PayPal, so
ordering is fairly easy.


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