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Atari, Anniversary Edition Redux

by Atari
Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Everyone
23 customer reviews
Metascore: 72 / 100
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Product Description

* Asteroids * Asteroids Deluxe * Battlezone * Black Widow (PSX only) * Centipede * Gravitar * Missile Command * PONG * Space Duel (PSX only) * Super Breakout * Tempest * Warlords Additionally, an aftermarket level replacement add-on for Tempest, called Tempest Tubes, is also included.

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Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Atari, this anthology showcases 12 of the greatest arcade games to come from the industry's first bright star. The games are Asteroids, Asteroids Deluxe, Battlezone, Centipede, Crystal Castles, Gravitar, Millipede, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout, Tempest, and Warlords. This compilation also includes a collectible Atari sticker, featuring the famous "Fuji" company logo.

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  • ASIN: B00005LIPG
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,253 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Earl Green on February 7, 2002
Though some of these games - namely Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command and Tempest - have been featured on past Playstation compilations before (as well as updated into more modern versions of themselves), it's nice to see them again in this compilation. "Atari Anniversary Redux" offers half a dozen games not previously emulated for the Playstation: Gravitar, Black Widow, Asteroids Deluxe, Pong, Warlords and Space Duel. It's also a big step up for the vector graphics games, with two modes of resolution to make sure the game is as sharp as it can be on your monitor. The cabinet art is a neat touch, but luckily it can be turned off since it often compresses the playing field into an almost unplayably small size. The Nolan Bushnell interviews are nice, as is the slide show of Atari memorabilia, but then games are what really count, and they're represented well here.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen Kenney on June 26, 2004
In 1971,Nolan Bushnell invented the first video game,Pong.He decided to call its company Susiucchiee.But Later he changed the company's name to Atari because no one seemed to know how to spell or pronounce the original.I really love this game.Plus it also has interviews with Nolan Bushnell,Atari Memorabilla,Excerpts fom the book known as Phoenix and a free sticker.I have this on the Playstaion format.I love playing Asteroids,Asteroids Deluxe,BattleZone,Missle Command,Black Widow and Centipede but Pong was what made this disk great.Buy the 30th annioversary edition today.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chris on August 25, 2009
I love this game. It has Centipede, Black Widow, Asteroids, which are my favorites, and some others I care less for: Battlezone, Gravitar, Missile Command, Pong, Super Breakout, Tempest and Warlords. The three games I like make it worth having to me. If you are like me and like the classic games, you will like this cd. I wish that all my favorites were on there, but this is a good addition. Several of the games, such as Pong and Breakout, did much, much better with the paddle controllers that were sold for the original Atari consoles. Those games are too difficult to play with a playstation controller. It makes it challenging with Centipede, but I still found it fun to play. I like many of the classic games, because a lot of the newer games make me dizzy with all the 3-D and movement. It's a shame they could'nt have put pacman, bosconian and galaga on the same cd as these, but I understand they want to make more profit. I play this on a Playstation 1 console, and it functioned well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cieje3 on October 25, 2013
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You'll find 6 more previously unemulated Atari classics plus an interview with the legendary Nolan Bushnell on this disc. Plays well on the original Playstation, but the game has display issues when run on a Playstation 2 or original model Ps3 when playing the Vector titles.

If you have the aforementioned hardware, look for "Atari Anthology" on Playstation 2.

Great for the whole family
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Liam Barnes on December 30, 2011
Love most of these games; however, I was disappointed that neither Millipede nor Crystal Castles was actually on the disk. I bought this specifically for CC, so irritated for the false advert. Luckily I like the rest and am glad to have them. I don't know, maybe the other two are on the disk somewhere as easter eggs, but I wouldn't buy expecting them.
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By Little Bear Gamer on September 24, 2014
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Atari took the best of the games from the Atari Collection 1 and 2 and put them into this collection and put some never seen before games into this collection. Games like Space Duel and Spider appeared in Atari 80 Games. Atari wanted to do more games perhaps but dUE to the capacity of the CDROM they had to balance the game choices for everyone. Visually the games do look appealing , but the way the game looks is your preference, as you can change the resolution options and cabinent art of the game. Some games the flicker is annoying so I turn it to low graphics settings and it looks much better on the eyes.

Also on some games, when you turn off the display art, the game goes full screen so that helps a lot. Another thing that really helps a lot is the fact that you have an analog controller , the precision control in Centipede is a absiolute must to pull off certain moves in order to get the spider that flys around on the screen. And the sensitivity of the analog control helps. You will also notice in other places where the analog contriol helps as well.

The interviews with Nolan Bushnell and the added Atari extras such as artwork and other promotional material help complete the deal to make it more nostalgic. The quality of the video of the video interviews is a little bit grainy but its a limitation of the 320x480 resolution that's being displayed on the television and of course the file size limitation of the CDROM.

A good buy for the used price I got it at. It's one of thoese games you will want to relive the childhood memories of putting quarters in a machine because arcades are going away quicker then you think.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 15, 2004
First of all, let me say that I LOVE these games. In fact, I grew up on them. That being said, I was VERY disappointed in this disk. I wasn't expecting "Final Fantasy like" graphics by any means, but I did expect to be able to read the on-screen type (score, instructions, etc.) I got right in front of the T.V., and I still couldn't read it. Also, the playing field and objects were SO small, especially Asteriods. I couldn't even see what I was doing (even with the cabinet graphics turned off). Warlords was probably the worst designed game on the disk. I couldn't even tell what was happening on the screen. The best designed game on the disk, by far is Centipede (my favorite). You can see this one fine, and read the type. It's really the only game worth playing on the whole disk. All the others gave my friend and I a headache. My friend said that the ORIGINAL Atari system had better graphics than this disk. That's pretty bad! Save your money...they didn't get it right.
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