Submitted by -Mezzo- 921d ago | image

Modern games re-imagined as Atari 2600 cartridges (gallery)

VB - In a freaky alternative dimension, Atari not only won the first console war with the Colecovision and the Intellivision, it also managed to keep up market dominance for over 30 years. Alright, that might be a little too BioShock Infinite-ish, but we can imagine divergent history with the help of these beautiful images of modern games imagined as Atari 2600 cartridges. (Culture)

adarker  +   922d ago
Man, I LOVE stuff like this!
Hazmat13  +   921d ago
thats badass. lol love the Fallout 3, atomic age ftw!
fgweggherher   921d ago | Spam
whamlollypop7  +   921d ago
Really good art work. This stuff deserves a look see.
maniacmayhem  +   921d ago

Loved Fallout 3 and the Metal Gear Solid art. All of them deserves a standing ovation.
Gigaguy777  +   921d ago
I hate stuff like this.

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