Recapture the fun of the 1980s game crash with Lego’s $240 Atari 2600 replica

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Even the cheapest, slowest modern game consoles are capable of pushing high-definition 3D graphics that would have been unthinkable a few decades ago. But if you're old enough to remember when video game graphics were just a series of colorful, abstract blobs, Lego has something for you. A new 2,532-piece set re-creates the 1980-era, four-switch version of the venerable Atari Video Computer Syste...

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