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Bad News: Ratio Games forums will be closing forever until further notice. The reason is because this forum has been a burden since day one, and also because I do not think I am mature enough to run it. I will not be deleting it, but I will put it in under construction mode until I am ready to run it again. The good news, though, is that the technical issues have been fixed. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused for my co- admin, and to our loyal members.

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PostSubject: If you're new to retro   Sun Jan 04, 2009 2:34 pm

Here is a list of systems to get you started. If you never played a classic game, I reccomend you order one of these systems from amazon or ebay, and research the games and order one of those. You won't be dissapointed if you play a system from the 90's, but a system from the 80's or 70's may frustrate some people, mainly because of the "bad graphics" (They were good at the time) or "primitive games" (Also good at the time. Well, some of them, anyway.) Some people don't appreciate classic games.

Anyway, here's a list of the most known retro systems.

Nintendo:

NES (Nintendo Entertainment System)

SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System)

Famicom (Japanese NES)

Super Famicom (Japanese SNES)

Gameboy

Gameboy Color

N64

Sega

Sega Master System

Sega Genesis

Sega Saturn

Segas Gamegear

Sega Dreamcast

Atari:

Atari 2600

Atari 5200

Atari 7800

Atari Jaguar

There are many more retro systems. Here, I've just listed a few.

If you would like to know more about these systems, or about their games or current prices, you can google it. You can find these systems and most of their games and online retailers like Amazon or Ebay. They'll probably not appear right off the bat, sometimes it takes searching in the search box to find them.

If you have any questions (I doubt you will, I basically just gave you the answers!) PM me,
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