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Submitted by rivithed 1919d ago | review

Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1 review -

Carry a compendium of Atari history in your pocket with Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1. A selection of Atari’s arcade games, several Atari 2600 games, and a few rare unreleased games offer a nice schooling of the earlier years of gaming. Arcade games like Centipede and Missile Command, along with a few things packed in an Extras feature, are the highlight of this package. Most of the Atari 2600 games included won’t hold your attention for long, other than when played with someone else using single-card or multi-card multiplayer. Atari Greatest Hits: Volume 1 is a decent collection for retro gaming enthusiasts to take with them anywhere, as well as for the uninitiated wanting a lesson in simple game mechanics. (Atari Greatest Hits Volume 1, Nintendo DS) 3.5/5

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