Reissue of Intellivision and Colecovision consoles aim for retro gamers

Back in the 80s, there were a few video game systems on the market that kids around the country wanted to have in their homes. The most popular of those was the Atari and the Nintendo. There were some lesser-known game consoles that were popular and has announced that it is bringing a couple of those old school game consoles back to the masses.

The consoles include the Intellivision and Colecovision. Both of the retro consoles will support two players and come with 60 games built in. That means you don't have to buy separate games or swap cartridges like we did in the 80s.

The Colecovision comes with games like Venture, Zaxxon, Space Panic, Pepper II, and Jumpman Junior among other titles. The Intellivison includes games like Basketball, World Championship Baseball, B-17 Bomber, Astromash, and Utopia.

Both of these consoles were popular in the 70s and 80s and are considered some of the top game consoles ever made. Each of the systems comes with a pair of controllers and are plug and play systems that are easy to connect to modern TVs. Each of the systems is available in the UK for £49.99 each.

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