Yeah those have been sold out for quite some time now. Maybe he'll eventually do another one?
Gamezone, I hadn't really thought about this until thexder asked about doing a board in regards to this. Plus I was going through my Photobucket album for something else and figured I'd put up some of these then
Star Wars Original Trilogy Plug It In and Play unit. It's not bad but more geared towards younger kids, as the games are mostly easy. I give it a 6 out of 10.
Pac-Man shirt. When I was in the hospital a couple of years ago I had two nurses--male AND female--say "nice shirt!" (Note: due to a private joke on another forum, that's why my face is covered up, I was making fun of someone else.)
I'm surprised you hadn't seen the Star Wars one, as of last year it was still being made, it still might be now. It's not bad, but I don't want one enough to keep myself (I bought it for the nephew for one Christmas) as the games are too easy. One game is a rip-off of The Return of the Jedi arcade game, it's funny!
Hah, yeah, you tend to miss stuff like that when You Have to Sacrifice When You're a Parent (TM) ;D
But yeah, the Star Wars Trilogy is one of the most popular, longest-produced ones (I think; if a show like 1 vs. 100 bombs, then a lot of the plug and play systems based on it will disappear just as quickly).
It's actually somewhat comfortable to use too, surprisingly (I thought it'd be stiff and uncomfortable). Think of how the Atari 5200 joysticks feel, but with better control (luckily!). It's about like that.
I don't know about "cool" but I've got some small 2600 joystick that I can't recall what the name of it is offhand. Oh, and a 2600 trackball too. Need to try to get it fixed, it can only move game objects up and down, not left and right. The button still works on it too if I remember correctly.