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Atari Anniversary Edition (PlayStation)

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Category Description MobyScore
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.0
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.5
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.5
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.5
Overall MobyScore (2 votes) 3.6

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You'll probably want to forgo those however in order to maximize the size of your game screen. Atari Anniversary provides mouse support, and I was even able to dust off my old Nyko track-ball, which also works great. You can even save your high scores and game configurations. There are no new bonus materials, but there's a lot of entertainment value and fond memories packed into this collection.
Lots of engaging fun and challenge for all ranges of gamers. Give this a shot and feel the history of gaming for yourself. These are the days before home videogame systems. Pre-Atari 2600. I spent more in one days' worth of quarters than this twelve game collection costs today. What a bargain for so much fun!!
All Game Guide
Overall, this 12-title package is a heck of a deal for those looking for some old fashioned "twitch" gaming fun from an era when eye-hand-coordination actually meant something.
Game Over Online
When all is said and done, Atari Anniversary Edition is a fine piece of 1970’s and 80’s gaming nostalgia. If you’re looking to re-live your childhood video gaming memories, this collection is sure to get the job done. Each of the twelve games has been recreated well enough and the added Atari media is a nice bonus. Although you can probably find each of these games in some shareware form or another, here you have the entire package at your fingertips, and all for the price of $15 USD. You can’t really go wrong with that.
If you're looking to play these 12 classic (OK, maybe Gravitar isn't a classic) games again, your best bet is, of course, to hunt down the original arcade machines. However, if you don't have an empty garage or a pile of money to spare, Atari Anniversary Edition emulates the 12 games well enough.
Este recopilatorio es solamente para jugadores veteranos que tengas muchas ganas de recordar viejos tiempos. Pero si no llevas tanto tiempo en esto siempre puedes probar aquellos juegos que fueron evolucionando poco a poco hasta convertirse en lo que actualmente vemos en PS2. ¿Lo pruebas? ¿No lo pruebas? Tu mismo...