That's ok. Around this same time, I was laughing at the owners of NES' and Genesis (Genesi?) for thier "3d" graphics (Starfox & mode 7 crap) while I was enjoying these revolutionary things called "polygons" and "textures".
1990? Wow. I got mine in '86 or '87 and it was already the machine for people too poor for an NES; I didn't know they even existed in 1990.
Still working as good as the day I got it, though, which is less than I could say for the NES I got a few years later. I've got that, too (use it as a synthesizer mostly), but I've had to replace a bunch of connectors over the years.
I like how one of the games playing in the background is a pre-NES release 1984 version of Mario Bros. They were using this game to sell their system at the same time Nintendo was hyping Super Mario Bros. 3.
I would hate to be the kid who got this for Christmas instead of an NES.