@Atsinganoi is a guybrarian who started gaming in a dark time known as the early 80s. He is 1 More Castle's official swimsuit model.
The Atari 2600 port of the 1979 arcade classic Asteroids explonded onto the console in 1981 (coincidentally, the same year the greatest person to walk the Earth was born). Everyone loved playing as a small triangle that could shoot things, but Asteroids was so much more than just that.
Hey folks! Atsinganoi here welcoming you to my first of many 1 More Castle articles and telling you that I’ve been brought here to restore the Atari 2600 to it’s rightful place in the video game console pantheon. I’m here to right the wrongs of the past and maybe even wrong a few rights once in a while (whatever that means). My choices might be controversial at times (maybe even all the time), but understand that I am always serious. Seriously.
So, with that, how about we move on and begin by taking a look at possibly the first survival horror game ever created and one of the greatest Atari 2600 game of all-time?