The Nerd does a follow up to the previous review by showing us the features of the Colecovision. The controllers aren't any different from the Intellivision, while most of the games are as ... See full summary »

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The Nerd does a follow up to the previous review by showing us the features of the Colecovision. The controllers aren't any different from the Intellivision, while most of the games are as bad they look. His main complaint is one of the add-ons to the console is a device that allows you to play Atari 2600 games on the Colecovision. The Nerd found it hard to believe the competitor of Atari was allowed to sell such a device. Cause in today's gaming market it wouldn't be allowed when it can create multiple lawsuits. Written by J LeGault

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8 April 2008 (USA)  »

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When the Nerd talks about the ColecoVision's expansion module that allowed Atari 2600 games to be played, he remarked how that would never happen today and there would be countless lawsuits. There actually was a lawsuit over Coleco's expansion module. Atari took them to court and Coleco counter-sued for $500M. The result of the suits was that Coleco ended up paying royalties to Atari over the expansion module. In a strange outcome, Atari and Coleco actually agreed to release certain games only for the other company's system. See more »

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The Angry Video Game Nerd: [Talking about the Colecovision's massive AC adapter] Is this necessary? Look, I can't fit this godforsaken piece of shit in the electrical outlet, unless there's nothing next to it! Whatta fuckin' hog. That's what it is; a self-indulgant glutton of a power hog!
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References Pitfall! (1982) See more »

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Double Vision
Written by Foreigner
Performed by Kyle Justin
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