It's come to this!
I'm 54 years old. I never remember not having a television and I have been playing video games for nearly as long. My first experience with a video game was a pong machine in the foyer of our local department store (Forest Hills). I could barely reach the knobs, but the line on the screen moved if you turned the knob even if you did not have a quarter. I played the heck out of that knob.
A few years later, home consoles arrived. My first was a telstar console which had a bunch of those pong type games on it. By the time I turned 16, Salisbury Beach's arcades were full of quarter gobbling video games. Then the Atari 2600 arrived to save us all!
Nintendo released their console in the US on Oct. 18, 1985. It would soon crush all comers. Over the years, Nintendo has accumulated a large library of intellectual property and re-released popular games with each new console.
I'm not going to buy one of these. I imprinted on the Atari 2600 then had Atari 8-bit computers before succumbing to the siren call of IBM. I still have quite a few Atari computers and a Flashback 6. If someone would release an Atari 800 Classic with HDMI out, I would definitely own one within two hours.
Still, paying $200 for this seems ... well ... impulsive. There will be infinite stock of these. Bed Bath and Beyond will let you use a 20% off coupon to buy one.
Also, a fun alternative might be to install an emulator on a computer (Raspberry PI?) and pick up a classic controller ported to USB.