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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

The display of vintage games and gear at E3 by the Videogame History Museum (which says it will be opening a physical museum space in Frisco, Texas soon) has become an annual tradition. Included is a changing lineup of rare tech, including this early "music visualizer" from Atari.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

An in-store tester for Atari 2600 joysticks and paddles, and the final stop before sending a console in for repair.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

This six-in-one game switcher declares: "Never waste time inserting or removing your video game cartridges again." What would they think about game loading times today?

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

The infamous glove controller for the NES console. Interestingly, some people are talking about bringing back glove-like controllers for today's VR headsets.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

A two-player version of the Mortal Kombat II arcade machine, one of several working cabinets on display at E3.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

This early arcade game was one of the first to feature "boss" fights, although the term had not been coined yet.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

This arcade shooter was co-designed by Dona Bailey, one of the earliest female game designers.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

The Vectrex was an all-in-one console with a built-in monochromatic display that displayed bright-line vector graphics.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

Sure to show up in an Urban Outfitters store near you soon. "Communist Mutants from Space" was actually a 1982 Space Invaders knockoff for the Atari 2600.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

Despite the name, this is actually a giant tote bag, not a sleeping bag.

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Atari Video Music (1976)

Atari 2600 Test Console (circa 1977)

Video Game Brain (1983)

Nintendo Power Glove (1989)

Mortal Kombat II (1993)

Phoenix (1980)

Centipede (1981)

Vectrex (1982)

A collection of video game T-shirts

Atari Slumber Mate bag (date unknown)

Atari lunchbox (1983)

Several popular Atari games shared sticker space on this plastic lunchbox.

For more vintage games, check out our tour of the Videogame Museum collection from E3 2014.

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