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IntellivisionRevolution Forums » Intellivision » Intellivision Amico » Ars Technica article on Intellivision Amico

Ars Technica article on Intellivision Amico

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This was not a feature -- it is a column. The reporter focused too much on their feelings/their opinion and they did not appear to seek comment from Intellivision Inc.

This is a comment on the way the story is put together. As for the reporting, software and controllers also have to be taken into account when judging a system -- not just the base hardware. That all being said, reporting on something found in a public outlet is certainly allowed and often informative.

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