Yes, I'm aware of the Cuttle Cart 3, which is for the Inty. But I was thinking more along the lines of a multi-cart like the ones for the Vectrex and 5200. Menu-driven carts with tons of games! They are great space savers! LOL
Yes, for some odd reason the 5200 was just left out. I had offered to do them but I was told someone was doing them. I guess that didn't happen and then I was asked to do them. I figured I'd finish the Vectrex and do some Intellivision before getting to it.
Well, some people I'm sure got it just so they could sell it overpriced later. I certainly had to pay plenty for the one I got. Given all the games I was able to get for it, though, I felt it was worth it. Some of those games sell for a lot of money.
I discovered something about the CC3 that makes me even like it even more. It lets me play all those games Coleco made for the Intellivision that cannot be played if one were to purchase a cart. I think that is awesome! I can now play all releases from Coleco without issues.
I understand the original Donkey Kong complaints. I mean that people thought Coleco was putting out an inferior title. They must have learned the Intellivision system better with Venture because it really looks nice. That or they thought it was an obscure title that might now sell if it did not play or look good.
Donkey Kong was truly awful, as I state on my review of the original port posted in RVG. The 2600 port is superior to the original port of the same game on the INTV. Truly sad because, clearly, the system could do much better. It gives some credence to the idea that Coleco did it on purpose!