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Commodore 64 Joystick with 30 Games

Commodore 64 Joystick with 30 Games

You can now once again play the classic games from the Commodore 64 Home Entertainment System with this plug-and-play joystick ($20). It packs in 30 of the best old school Commodore 64 games including: Impossible Mission, Firelord, Pitstop, and Jumpman Junior, Apshai, Sword of Fargoal, and Summer Games.

  • Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2

    Have an extra, older computer lying around? Give it life by downloading some emulators, and then enjoy all the retro gaming from the comfort of the couch with the Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2 ($40). It features a familiar PS2-style layout, analog control, vibration, and up to thirty feet of interference free action.

  • Game Boy Micro

    Although the technology behind it is no longer impressive, we still have a soft spot in our hearts for the Game Boy Micro ($100). Aside from the fact that it’s tiny — think iPod mini here — it also has a huge library of Game Boy Advance games it can play. It’s not the original GBA games that draw us in, though — it’s the re-issued SNES and NES games that get us excited. Well, that and having another gadget to add to our ever growing man-bag arsenal.