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  • Summary: Midway Arcade Treasures 2 includes more than 20 classic arcade games including: A.P.B., Arch Rivals, Championship Sprint, Cyberball 2072, Gauntlet 2, Hard Drivin', Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat II, Mortal Kombat III, NARC, Pit Fighter, Primal Rage, Rampage World Tour, Spy Hunter 2, Steel Talons, STUN Runner, Timber, Total Carnage, Wizard of Wor, Xenophobe, and Xybots. [Midway] Expand
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  1. Classic compilations really don't get much better than this...A nostalgic dream come true.
  2. For some players this is exactly what they want and you can expect a lot of replay value out of this title if your goal is to beat them all and compete with your friends for high score.
  3. With an RRP of a mere £14.99, and I’ve found it for under a tenner, it means that you could theoretically have one credit on each game and pay for the same experience of walking into an arcade with the same amount of money.
  4. 78
    There are far more games in this package that will appeal to the current generation of videogamers, since most of the titles in the pack offer far more depth and replay value than the original collection.
  5. If you loved any of these games, you need this. If you didn't, it's time for a history lesson. [Dec 2004, p.88]
  6. You must buy this rad $20 collection of 20 good, bad, and butt-ugly games. [Dec 2004, p.170]
  7. These treasures are glass jewels in tin settings.

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  1. Feb 17, 2013
    5
    Featuring over 20 of Midways best arcade games including Defender, Smash TV and Marble Madness this is really one for older gamers as barring one or two titles they only really have nostalgic value and don't hold up well compared to the best modern games. Expand

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