Tele-Games Center Atari 2600 Review and Video Review, Images, Gameplay - Classic Game Room
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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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bkrownd
Wood grain stickers are always worth 5 stars! Always! And damn, that's genuine wood burl - classy!
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chronictron
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.
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scarecrowchan
Sounds like it should be a huge shopping centre with a name like that. Pretty intense stuff.
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fillitfillit
a nice thing. if only consolles looked that good today.
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Cipher The Demon Lord
Would love one of these or those cartridge holders.
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EnerG
An awesome shelf for your Atari, and container for games. Simple and cool. Not much to say about it really.
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