| 73Q Music Videos | Vote On Clips | Submit | Login   |
Desc:Atari promo video CED highlighting releases right around the time of the crash
Category:Video Games, Advertisements
Tags:Atari, video games, 1983, half-assed voiceovers
Submitted:teethsalad
Date:01/28/18
Views:996
Rating:
View Ratings
Register to vote for this video
Favorited 1 Time

People Who Liked This Video Also Liked:
Country Blues
How to open the door
Japanese Spider-Man: All Costume Transformations
Glide 2
Egg Fried Rice
Jazz music in the year 2049
Untitled Soviet Funk, 1974
WOMAN VERSUS COMPUTER
Fatman listens to the bible in a hot tub.
Annie I'm Not Your Daddy

Help keep poeTV running


And please consider not blocking ads here. They help pay for the server. Pennies at a time. Literally.



Comment count is 5
garcet71283 - 2018-01-28

This is well before my time but can someone tell me what the hell is going on in the Xevious bit?


betamaxed - 2018-01-28

The xevious portion was weird. Some dev calls out how you couldn't really recreate xevious at home and then proceeded to show a home version that was a poor recreation.

With marketing this bad it's no wonder why the video game industry crashed when it did


betamaxed - 2018-01-28

Bonus ***** for the Pac-Man sound engineer


gravelstudios - 2018-01-28

The titles in this promo actually look pretty decent compared to most of the unlicensed garbage released for Atari consoles at the time.

Bonus stars for the narrator trying to change his voice for every game.


Gypsy_Dildo_Factory - 2018-01-28

So Quad Run is *another* talking game that only says its own name? Like "The Adventures of Bayou Billy"? I love it, but for god's sake why?

The Odyssey^2 (I'm pretty sure before 1983) had a special voice emulator and a program cartridge that let you type in strings of characters to be read aloud. My 1st college roommate and I used it for our answering machine message.


Register or login To Post a Comment







Video content copyright the respective clip/station owners please see hosting site for more information.
Privacy Statement