By Zander Kaufman
October 10, 2004
“If you grew up in the 70s or 80s you might remember afternoons of poorly rendered graphics and cheesy sound. If you know what I’m talking about, chances are you owned a gaming console.
…You would not be hard pressed to find a buyer that would pay $500 for a rare copy of “River Patrol,” or $100 for “Chase the Chuckwagon,” both made for the Atari 2600.”