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r/games links to an old Usenet discussion that typified the so called 8-bit “console wars.” Veyneru writes: “As amusing as it is, I can’t help but find it somewhat disconcerting as it reminded me that you can still read Internet conversation over 20 years after it happened.” (/r/games)
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