I was introduced to video games with a pong system back in the mid-1970s. From there I moved up to Atari, which I had fun
competition with both my brother and my cousin. Colecovision came a few years later and I was impressed with the graphics.
In 1984, we sold our Atari and all our games to a friend, whose house happened to burn down about a year later. So all my
original Atari games are gone. In 1985, we got introduced to the Commodore 64. From then on, I stayed with computers for all
my gaming needs. Graduating from the C64, I moved onto a PC clone and never looked back. But in 1995, a buddy of mine found
an Atari 7800 at a garage sale with like 25 games for $20. He wanted 2 games, and I said I'd take the rest. I went home, hooked
it up, and the little light bulb went off in my head. If I felt this nostalgic about vintage video games, so would others.
And thus started my vintage video game collecting and selling.