Or $390, if you want to go all-in.

We’ve reported on the Atari VCS (not that one, the new one) in the past, mostly out of morbid curiosity; it’s not a Nintendo system but given the popularity of ‘classic’ retro consoles – such as the SNES Classic Edition and Mega Drive Mini – we found the whole concept incredibly interesting, as well as little worrying.

Despite raising a shedload of cash via crowdfunding, the team behind the Atari VCS (which is Atari in name but little else) seemed to lurch from one blunder to another; at last year’s E3, for example, the company’s senior staff didn’t seem to know what was going inside the console.

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