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Williams' Arcade Classics is a must have for any game.com owner. The game.com breathes life into these old games, exposing these old greats to a whole new generation of Defenders and Jousters. And these are the games that show off the game.com's stuff. Game.com's strongest titles, in my opinion, are the originals (game.com only) and the old school classics. Portable systems do best with short games that don't need to be saved, simple graphics, and easy controls. That's what Williams' Arcade Classics give you-perfect portable fun.
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Taken as a whole however, Williams Arcade Classics is one of the more enjoyable carts for the Game.com. At least you won't hate it.
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Considering the inherent limitations of a black-and-white handheld system, the designers of Williams Arcade Classics for the game.com did about as good a job as could be expected with this compilation. The titles represented in this cartridge, especially Defender and Robotron: 2084, are based on some of the most beloved Arcade games ever made.