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Atari Flashback 4: 75 Classic Games, 2 Wireless Controllers, 1 Box of Nostalgia

by Lambert Varias
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Another year, another Atari Flashback. But this year’s edition of the old school console has significant improvements from the Atari Flashback 3. Theoretically. More on that later.

atari flashback 4

The Flashback 4 has 75 built-in games, 15 more than the roster of the Flashback 3. But the more significant upgrades are the two wireless controllers included in the box. However, some of the customer reviews on Amazon claim that the wireless controllers are finicky. It seems that you have to keep the controllers pointed directly at the console at all times; even a slight tilt could cause them to be disconnected. You can connect wired Flashback controllers to the console, but the package only comes with wireless controllers. You can use the controllers from previous Flashback consoles or buy spare ones from At Games. Here’s a review from YouTuber classicL337:

You can order the Flashback 4 from Amazon for $82.99(USD), where a kind reviewer has also posted the full list of games from 3D Tic-Tac-Toe to Yar’s Revenge.

[via Technologytell & Boing Boing]

 

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