Too Powerful for Its Own Good, Atari Lynx Remains A Favorite 25 Years Later
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This is a great article by Jeremy Parish about the Atari Lynx, its impact in the portable wars and its legacy today. The article is well written and touches on all things Atari after Warner Communications sold Atari to Commodore founder Jack Tramiel in a fire sale. What I like most about this article is that it lays everything out in context, not just how the Lynx was different from GameBoy but how it fit into everything else that was going on at the time. It’s a great article and well worth a read.
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