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Tele-Games Center - Atari 2600

Store your Sears Tele-Games system in '70s style with this awesome "Center" that has a matching wood grained finish and room to store two dozen video game cartridges and accessories!
  • Release date: 1979
  • Genre: Accessory
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
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This is just what my 2600 system has been missing!! I had no clue something of this awesomeness was around, and I definitely want to add this to my collection to bring a new level of style to my 2600. Great review as always.

Sounds like it should be a huge shopping centre with a name like that. Pretty intense stuff.

a nice thing. if only consolles looked that good today.

Cipher The Demon Lord
Would love one of these or those cartridge holders.

An awesome shelf for your Atari, and container for games. Simple and cool. Not much to say about it really.


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 P.N.03 - Nintendo GameCube
"looks interesting to me. maybe a little limited but I'm still going to pick it up..." - bloodstainedking

 Asura's Wrath - Xbox 360
"The question to ask is "How much am I willing to pay for a 26 episode anime series" as that is what you will be getting. The 'game', is a rudimentary brawler, a basic on rails shooter, and quick time events. The story is well presented sci-fi fantasy fare, just bear in mind that if it doesn't cater to taste, the game will not do much to make up for it. So be sure the subject matter is up your alley before diving in. If it is you're in for a ride, but if not, you may be left sick to your stomach." - leaon79s

 P.N.03 - Nintendo GameCube
"Fun gameplay and interesting concept but falls a little flat fighting the same enemies over and over in too-similar levels. Worth picking up though!" - Lorelli

 Army of Two: The 40th Day - PlayStation 3
"Looks great and has more complex gameplay elements than before.There's more of everything: tactical options, weapons, destructibility, customizations, etc. As in all squad-based games there's the occasional partner AI hiccups but nothing significant, so the single-player mode is still fun.There are interactive NPCs in the game and situations that force you to make moral choices.The storyline is like that of a cool action film. An excellent modern shooter with a campaign that lasts 8-12 hours." - bootis

 Army of Two - Xbox 360
"While the sequel is better, this was still an enjoyable action game. If you really like modern military shooters it is well worth picking up. In single-player the AI of your partner is quite good compared to what you got in other squad-based games of that time, such as Ghost Recon, Operation Flashpoint and Kane & Lynch. You can customize your weapons and gear. It has a decent action storyline. The campaign is 6-8 hours long; short but well worth the low current price. A good action game." - bootis