Xari Arena (1983) (Atari)
|Xari Arena (1983) (Atari)||(US)||194|
Xevious (1984) (Atari)
|Xevious (1984) (Atari)||(US)||254|
One of the major competitors in the video game market of the 80's was the Atari 5200. The Atari 5200 was modeled after the Atari 8-bit computers, and almost all the internal hardware is exactly the same. The software doesn't work between systems, but the two have a lot in common regardless. You would control the Atari 5200 with an analog joystick in a numeric keypad. There were also buttons to start the game, pause it and reset it. The 360 joystick was truly an innovation of the time and big improvement over the 8-way joystick that had been previously released.
The Atari 5200 was released in 1982, and the company announced that they would discontinue the model during a press conference on May 21 of 1984. That's also when they introduced their new console called the Atari 7800. The Atari 5200 had sales that exceeded 1 million units. Even though this was not as impressive as the units that were moved by Nintendo around the same time period, the Atari 5200 is still one of the favorite older gaming consoles. Many people love the fact that you use the joystick for everything, and the quality of the games is believed to be higher by many pro gamers as well.
Of course, today, you have to work a little harder to be of the play Atari 5200 game. The first thing you need is some sort of emulator that will allow you to play Atari 5200 Roms. But look no further, because at our website you can find all possible Atari 5200 ROMs as well as an emulator to play them on no matter if you use Windows, Android or Mac. The selection is huge and you will find all of your favorite Atari 5200 games as well as some good advice on how to run the games using an emulator and tips to help you troubleshoot through the common issues.