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Do you play "Plug n Play" Games?

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by Sonic-UK, Jun 25, 2004.

  1. Sonic-UK

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    I am thinking of getting the Sega Mega Drive 6-in-1 Plug 'n' Play
    which is coming out on the 5th July 2004.

    But Does anyone here play with the Atari 10 in 1 or the Namco 5 in 1
    or even the Intelvision 25 in 1 Plug n Play systems?
     
  2. w3dal

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    I didnt think this was coming out to the US/UK

    If it is then ill get one too.

    Have used the Namco one and its great. Did try the Atari one but never got on with the Joystick, even when i was a kid and my mate had the Atari 2600

    Dal
     
  3. runningback

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    lovely idea, but i only like one game out of the six and that's Sonic,
    any chance of replacing the games with different ones?
     
  4. w3dal

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    I doubt it mate, they will been hard coded into the joypad. What u see on there is what you get.

    If it takes off maybe they will make others.

    Dal
     
  5. Sonic-UK

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    I think companies will make Plug n Play systems for people on low-incomes and those with small kids.
     

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