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The Atari 2600 first launched in 1977 (where it eventually came to Australia in the 1980s) a home console that featured stylish wood paneling and a joystick with a single button. The Atari 2600 is so old though that not many gamers out there have actual memories of playing it when it was brand new. But, it is an iconic piece of hardware and one that is now getting the full Lego treatment.

Where you get the console, joystick, three classic carts (Asteroids, Centipede, and Adventure) and even little scenes from the games. Although the 2532 pieces are just shy of the full 2600 (a missed opportunity), the level of detail is awesome.

It's set to launch in Australia on September 1 for $369.99 AUD.

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