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Submitted by CGMagazine 987d ago | review

CGM Reviews: Midway Arcade Origins

Compilations are a dime a dozen these days. Compilations of arcade or retro classics even more so. So is there anything that really sets this latest compilation apart from the ones that came before it. If you already have those past compilations, not really. And if you don’t, hey, you’re getting 31 games for $29.99 CAD. That’s about 97₵ per game, which is considerably less than some of us older gamers have probably spent plunking quarters into these various titles over the years. But is it good? Well, that depends on how old—or retro inclined—you are. (Midway Arcade Origins, PS3) 68/100

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