The new intermission features the same footage, but is now set to ragtime music and looks like old film footage which is run too fast. Then it kind of evolved into a “Whatever happened to” episode. Atari sold some 8, games to U. And it had a cracking theme tune too — give it a whirl on YouTube, and we challenge you to not be stuck humming it for days. Cheese’s and Gatti’s Pizza “GattiTowns”  also changed to this format.
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Fiscal year ended 31 March It was then remade a week later with both Joe and Dave to add an adversarial aspect to it. Joe didn’t like how it 174 skin tones and after many tests came up with settings that would be suitable for the on-camera scenes for this epsiode, but they were still lacking. Also a Genesis model 2 has its sound circuitry redone with a “Mega Amp” as well as the addition of s-video and RCA jacks on the back.
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Episode 147 – Golden Axe (1989)
Arcade game hardware in the s is often based on modified video game console hardware fames high-end PC components. We don’t review any games in this episode, but we take a look at: New Generation — 7, units from April to June 6, units in fiscal year ended March and 1, units during April—June  StarHorse2: While certainly not the size of Asteroids, the game was still a huge hit with almost 20, units sold.
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