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  1. JaceN.
    Jan 20, 2006
    2
    With the internet wide illegal...but addictive practice of emulation...compilations like this are woefully useless. Maybe they should have asked on of s hardcore gamers to create an all in one emulator for the XBOX containing 100 Atari, Intellivision, Sega and Nintendo system games a piece...in one package. And charge full price for it. Only 80 atari games on a biiiiiiiiig DVD? 0.1% space With the internet wide illegal...but addictive practice of emulation...compilations like this are woefully useless. Maybe they should have asked on of s hardcore gamers to create an all in one emulator for the XBOX containing 100 Atari, Intellivision, Sega and Nintendo system games a piece...in one package. And charge full price for it. Only 80 atari games on a biiiiiiiiig DVD? 0.1% space usage is such a idiotic waste! Expand
  2. Justin
    Jul 25, 2006
    9
    In order to truly appreciate these games, you have to be a true videogame fan. If it were not for some of these classics (like those in this collection) games like Gran Turismo, Halo, and Half-Life would have never existed. And no, I'm not being sarcastic. I love them, my dad loves them, my grandparents love them, and my kids will love them for sure!
  3. BlueFalcon
    Nov 23, 2004
    6
    It's nice to have such a large number of games in one package. But really, only about 10% of them are worth playing. Being able to play the games in "trippy mode" is a nice touch.
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 15 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 15
  2. Negative: 2 out of 15
  1. Those who remember the days of the rollerball and paddle controller and have a deep yearning to return could happily fork out ten to twenty quid for this, but anyone with less than a burning desire to revisit their youth may not feel that their reddies went in the right direction.
  2. The problem is - here it comes - the painfully oversensitive controls mar the nostalgia. [Feb 2005, p.92]
  3. Gamers under about the age of 25 will frankly be utterly amazed at how basic things were back then, while those old enough to have owned (and who knows, maybe loved) a 2600, or hung around the arcades will have a few hours of curiosity sated before moving well and truly on.