National Geographic : 1982 Nov
The difference has always been easy to see. Intellivision®has brilliant graphics, lifelike figures and realistic gameplay. Intellivision has the hand controller with 16 positions.The Atari VCS has a joy stick with only half as many. The Intellivision system is expandable. But now, the difference is even more obvious. In case you haven't heard, Intellivision actually talks. It's true.Just attach the new IntelliVoice voice synthesis module. Plug in any one of our new talking cartridges. Then, concentrate on the visual action. While IntelliVoice gives you up-to-the second verbal status reports. Feedback. And instructions which are essential to your game strategy. Voice is just one innovation, though. If you like arcade maze games, you'll love new Lock'N' Chase: And wait until you see Night Stalker," with its relentless one-eyed robot. Of course, your dealer can show you the difference between Intellivision and Atari. For your nearest dealer,call toll free 1(800) 323-1715. In Illinois, 1(800) 942-8881. Or shut your eyes, MrWVT L LECTROnlCl5® and let Intellivision speak for itself. - N ELiIiiON INtELLiViSiON® ©Mattel, Inc. 1982. All Rights Reserved. Lock 'N' Chase and Night Stalker game cartridges each sold separately. **Trademark used under license from DataEast, Inc. IntelliVoice module and voice cartridges each sold separately. *Atari®is a trademark of Atari, Inc.