DescriptionIntelliVision Lives! is a compilation of over sixty games that appeared on the IntelliVision game system in the early 1980's. You get over sixty games in several categories, and they are:
Combat and Sorcery
Tower of Doom
Demo Cartridge (not a game, but a demo showcasing IntelliVision games)
Space Armada (think Space Invaders)
Baseball (Baseball, World Championship Baseball)
Basketball (Basketball, Slam Dunk: Super Pro Basketball)
Football (Football, Super Pro Football)
Golf (Golf, Chip Shot: Super Pro Golf)
Hockey (Hockey, Slap Shot: Super Pro Hockey)
Racing (Auto Racing, Motocross, Stadium Mudbuggies)
Skiing (Skiing, Mountain Madness: Super Pro Skiing)
Track & Field (Super Pro Decathlon)
Volleyball (Spiker: Super Pro Volleyball)
Wrestling (Body Slam: Super Pro Wrestling)
Gaming and Strategy
Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack
Las Vegas Roulette
The game also features two video features; one is the history of the IntelliVision, and the other is a collection of interviews with various game programmers who worked with the IntelliVision. You can also unlock bonus commercials for the games (as shown originally in the eighties) by completing goals in certain games (like scoring 20,000 points in Space Armada).
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- "Intellivision Lives" -- PlayStation 3 title
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|Mygamer.com||Jan 11, 2005||7.2 out of 10||72|
|Nintendo Life||Jan 04, 2010||70|
|GameSpot||Nov 23, 2004||6.8 out of 10||68|
|64 Power / big.N / N Games||Jul, 2005||64 out of 100||64|
|IGN||Jan 18, 2005||6 out of 10||60|
|Topic||# Posts||Last Post|
|Which one is the RPG?||2||johnsonkid johnsonkid
May 30, 2011
ReferencesThe Blue Sky Rangers that the game mentions refers to those who were the first to develop for the IntelliVision. The people behind the machine claimed the "sky was the limit", hence the name Blue Sky Rangers.
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: Intellivision Lives! (Information about Intellivision Lives! at Wikipedia)