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Bryzarro 4/9/2010 8:02:41 AM

Power On-On-On-On

Sauron, Overmind, Lord Dread.  I used to sleep with my Power Gun.  So lame when I think back but I used to love that show.   DIGITZE THEM!!!!

I had almost all of these except the USS Flagg

Wyldstaar 4/9/2010 8:41:21 AM

Yes, Colecovision was out before the NES.  The graphic were better than the Atari, but not much better.  There were not very many games that came out for Colecovision, the controler was crap, and the quality of the games for it was low.  Most of the games that the system had were just old Atari games, but with better graphics.

goldeneyez 4/9/2010 9:00:13 AM

Soundwave was a cooler toy than Optimus Prime.  He actually looked closer to the cartoon version of the character than the Optimus toy did.

As far as GI Joe vehicles, the Cobra HISS tank & Moccasin were pretty bad ass as well.

superrichtheman 4/9/2010 9:02:47 AM

Zartan changing colors and had the mask was pretty bad ass.  Cobra also had the cooler jets: the SR-71 and the A-10.

NDorado 4/9/2010 9:14:25 AM

What?  No Incredible Hulk Inflatable Muscles?

-- Nick

from City of Kik

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krathwardroid 4/9/2010 9:19:35 AM

Where's He-Man? That should have been on this list.

TheLeagueTV 4/9/2010 9:24:15 AM

No Snake Mountain with voice modulating microphone?  I still make crank calls in the middle of the night to Evil Lynn!

fft5305 4/9/2010 10:29:19 AM

Atari definitely should have been on there. It was before Nintendo, or Intellivision, or Colecovision. It was the first. And it kicked ass.... for the time.  Obviously, by today's standards, or even by the other systems' standards, it sucked. But when Atari first came out (before it was called the 2600), it was Da Bomb! You have to remember, these were the days when there were no other options at home.  If you wanted a video game, any video game, you had to go to the arcade (or the occasional drug store) and drop quarters into a machine.  If you had no quarters, or were stuck at home, that was it. NO video games. Then came Atari! It was beautiful!

DaForce1 4/9/2010 10:42:14 AM

No Atari 2600, no Nintendo. That's pretty much how it would have been.

There was also the Evel Knivel Stunt Cycle set. That was a big deal back in the day.

Rheul_home 4/9/2010 12:10:46 PM

I loved my Death Star. I remember the year I got that and the Shogun Warrior Godzilla for Christmas. They've all been down hill from there... My friends little brother had the Flagg I remember walking into his living room and seeing it for the first time and thinking Holy sh!t! that thig is huge.

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