Lego has officially announced an Atari 2600 set in celebration of Atari's 50th anniversary. More details of the set have been released, following from rumours first reported on in April.
The main component of the set is the life-size replica model of the console, but that's not all.
The 2532-piece kit will also include a joystick, three game cartridges, and a small diorama display for each of the games included.
The cartridges, for Asteroids, Adventure, and Centipede, can actually be inserted into the console itself. There's also a cartridge holder for when you've got one of the other games loaded in the consoole.
To top it all off, there's a vignette hidden inside the console of a child playing Asteroids on a big ol' CRT television in their bedroom.
This will be the second Lego set of a console to be released, after the Nintendo Entertainment System, and comes hot off the heels of the announcement of The Mighty Bowser a couple of weeks ago. The Lego Atari 2600 set will be available from 1st August and is priced at £210 / $240. You can read Lego's official announcement here.
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