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Donkey Kong Atari 7800 review. Classic Game Room reviews DONKEY KONG for the Atari 7800 from Nintendo released in 1988. Nintendo's smash hit Donkey Kong was the first appearance of their leading character, Mario. Although in this arcade game he was actually referred to as Jumpman. On the Atari 7800 cartridge box it does refer to him as Mario the carpenter. This King Kong and Popeye inspired classic video game spawned dozens of successful products like handheld video games, breakfast cereal and a S Saturday Morning cartoon. Do you even remember the days when we had cartoons on TV in the mornings?? Donkey Kong was an early 80's arcade coin-op classic game, now a retro favorite. Nintendo and the Wii and NES have released numerous titles in the DK franchise now and even Billy Madison thinks Donkey Kong is the best game ever made. Now Mario is a platformer franchise money making hero. He's been in dozens of games like Mario Kart, Mario and Sonic, Mario Party, Super Mario Galaxy, Super Paper Mario, Mario Adventure, Mario Superstar Baseball, Mario Golf, Mario Strikers, Mario Power Tennis and Super Smash Brothers Brawl. Mario is like Pac Man with a moustache.Be sure to watch the original Classic Game Room episodes. Classic Game Room was the original classic video game review show on the Internet in 1999-2000, now on DVD. The HD series is reviewing PS3, Genesis, NES, Atari and Xbox 360. XBLA.

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