Last month, the Internet Archive added a Commodore 64 emulator to its ever-growing library of historical software, effectively bringing the retro computer/game console to the public domain. Like the Internet Archive’s libraries of MS-DOS and Apple II programs, every program they’ve archived is now available on the site and playable in your browser.
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You may be thinking about buying a SNES Classic Mini – Nintendo’s latest miniature nostalgia machine – but wondering just how much value you get straight out of the box. After all, the original SNES is over 25 years old! Should Nintendo really be able to ask for $120 for an old tech/nostalgia hybrid?
Let's take a look.
Dear Lifehacker, I'm keen to get my mits on the Nintendo Mini SNES video game console, which comes out at the end of the month. I wasn't interested in the NES version, but heard people had a pretty rough time getting hold of one!
So my question is: what are my chances of buying the Mini SNES on launch day? Will I be able to just walk into a store, or am I basically screwed?
Friends, I have spent this Monday morning in a black hole. I've only just found the gumption to climb myself out. It started with this, an old Australian ad for the Atari 2600 and it got worse and weirder from there.
Please join me on this journey. The journey of the weirdest Australian video game commercials I could find on YouTube.