It doesn't feel cheap like a retro game collection. It, amazingly, feels like the first time, again. But Retro Game Challenge isn't just for people who lived through these experiences in the '80s. Game Master Arino's hidden message might be that gaming itself can, too. As much as innovation (technological, visual, conceptual) is prized in a cutting-edge medium like gaming, looking forward isn't much use without a point of view. Retro Game Challenge twists itself arduously through space and time to point out, more profoundly than any other game, that good ideas have infinite life.