Some games, like San Francisco Rush 2049 play perfectly on the Xbox and Hydro Thunder is still fun after all these years. Other games just don't feel or play as good as it use to thanks to the awkward control scheme.
The highlights of the compilation are "Rush 2049," "Hydro Thunder" despite its lack of depth, and "Badlands" for its loveable devotion to the top-down two-dimensional look and surprisingly fun gameplay.
The venerability of these selections combined with the substandard interface (exiting out of a given game is performed inconsistently and tends to be very confusing) and paltry selection of titles makes this one you can skip over without losing any sleep.
It's almost as if Midway has run out of retro games to repackage, apart from some crappy old driving titles it found in the back of a filing cabinet that weren't good enough to make the first two Treasures titles.