Intellivision Entertainment announced that it's unveiling a new console on Oct. 1. The Intellivision system, which was released in 1979 by Mattel Electronics, played 16-bit games -- although graphically speaking, they were more in league with the Atari 2600 as opposed to the Sega Genesis or SNES -- and was the first to run a video game with voice/speech (Intellivision's Major League Baseball in 1979).
Ha! Just seeing this. I gotta check that out.
Been noticing a lot of my postings have been disappearing. A few a day and one went into moderation now gone. Not sure why? Just don't know why they appear for a little while then are gone a day later. Other posts seem to be sticking around.
Something happening with my account or some sort of time warp?
Can you shoot me your Disqus user name and link? There maybe be some issue with the banning system. Seems I recall seeing your user name flagged.
It should all just work from what we can see.
I saw some familiar names floating around and the return of some of you oldies. So, hello again, looking forward to chatting with you guys.
[Edit] Never mind, I see I'm no longer a mod...ah yes, civilian life again.
Mental! Buddy! I'm just seeing this now. How you been man?
I will definitely make you a mod again if you're up for it.
Also send me your mailing address. I might have a case badge or two lying around here somewhere.
Wait, we were established in 1999. You're a young fella!
And yes, I came up with the name. :)
At the time, we were "The Hottest PC Hardware Tested And Burned-In"... Now we're the Hottest Tech, Tested And Burned In