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Intellivision Lives - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
25 customer reviews
Metascore: 64 / 100
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  • Library of over 60 classic Intellivision games
  • Historical information and fun facts about the games, including interviews with the original Intellivision developers
  • View original Intellivision commercials and archival footage
  • All games optimized for the DUALSHOCK 2 analog controller for PlayStation 2.
  • Exclusive unreleased games: Hardhat, Brickout and Deep Pockets.
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Classic collection with more than 60 Intellivision games, history, fun facts, commercials, archival footage, and interviews. The compilation features Armor Battle, Astrosmash, B-17 Bomber, Backgammon, Baseball, Body Slam: Super Pro Wrestling, Bomb Squad, Bowling, Boxing, Buzz Bombers, Checkers, Football, Frog Bog, Golf, Hockey, Horse Racing, Hover Force, Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack, Las Vegas Roulette, Motocross, Night Stalker, Pinball, Reversi, Sea Battle, Shark! Shark!, Skiing, Snafu, Soccer, Space Armada, Space Battle, Space Hawk, Space Spartans, Spiker!: Super Pro Volleyball, Stadium Mud Buggies, Star Strike, Sub Hunt, Tennis, Thin Ice, Utopia, Vectron, and the never Hardhat, Brickout and Deep Pockets.

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Relive the 80’s with Intellivision Lives! Over 60 classic Intellivision games available all in one package. Your all-time favorite games like Baseball, Astrosmash, Space Battle and more!


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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B0000E32YL
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 13, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,098 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By D. K. Miles on December 26, 2003
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Ah, waking up on Christmas day in 1982 and opening Intellivision was one of the best Christmases of my youth! I remember laughing at my friends who had Atari with their stick graphics as we would wait for George Plimpton to appear on the TV to vindicate those of us who sought a better system than the standard 2600.
Alas, nothing becomes obsolete faster than video games, and unfortunately, it is totally apparent in this compilation. Specifically the sports games which separated Intellivision from the pack at the time now appear as dated as an 8-Track tape. However, it is nice to play the games that remind you of better times in childhood.
"Astrosmash", the space shoot 'em up, is still a challenging blast to play. "Bowling" still is as tough as I remember, "Skiing" holds up the test of time fairly well, stripped down, solid and timeless. "Star Strike" looks great (especially in the commericals), but has lame game play. The list goes on (over 60 in all), most are barely playable by todays standards, that aside, there is some great nostalgia here.
Negatives? Some of the best games for Intellivision are not present. Mainly because they were put out by 3rd party manufacturers (Imagic, Activision, etc.) Too bad because "Atlantis" and "Demon Attack" (both from Imagic) were very good looking and fun games.
Lastly, the game controllers on the original Intellivision drew ire even from the most devout of Intellivision fans, and were downright despised by the 2600 faithful. The mapping of the controls to the Playstation2, to put it mildly, borders on utter failure. The effort is there (e.g. graphic represenations of the Intellivision 'overlays'), but the execution is just poor. Better controls, would make this compilation 4 stars. Nostaligia alone makes it a worthwhile purchase. And for 20 bucks, you really can't go wrong!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Hype Currie on December 13, 2003
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Intellivision was my first.. and basically, my only video game system throughout my childhood..
great games, indeed.. though i wasn't the best at playing all of them..
now I get a second chance.. plus I get to play games for the system that I never owned..
PRO:
Over 50 games total, all separated into "arcade/adventure", "sports", "children/kids", "Space" and more.. some of my personal favorites included the sports games (football, baseball, hockey, basketball, bowling, auto racing, more), Thunder Castle, Tower of Doom (D&D-styled RPG-esque), Hover Force (helicopter/battle), Space Battle (fight against Cylon-esque alien ships) Poker & Blackjack (my first introduction to gambling!)... "Utopia" was arguably the first Reality Sim game..
witness early prototype voice synthesis in games with B-17 bomber, space spartans, the "Yer Out" with baseball, and more..
There are some easter eggs scattered throughout, when you reach certain point/progression goals in various games..
CON:
some of the games require you to have two controllers plugged in, even if you intend to use the option of solo play (but most people have two controllers, right?).. and a handful of games are still two-players only (like Boxing)..

for face value/nostalgia, the games are fine. But there is no "enhancing" of any of the games, for the 2003 era.. There is an option to play with the screen image, which is kind of odd.. but that's it..
Using the standard PS2 controller to play some of these games is downright GOD-AWFUL! for games which only required 4 or less buttons, it's okay..
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By James E. Nelson on December 7, 2003
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Do you remember lots of fun in the mid 1980's when you used to have your Atari 2600, Intellivision and Colecovision? If you do and Intellivision is your thing, you'll like this collection of over 60 Intellivision games ever on it's run. Let's look at some of the features you'll get in this blue disc:
Play some of the classics Intellivision has to offer: Night Stalker, Space Armada, Star Strike, Frog Bog, SNAFU, Shark! Shark!, 3 Triple Action games (Biplanes, Racing Cars and Battle Tanks), Las Vegas Poker and Blackjack/Roulette, PBA Bowling, NFL Football, NASL Soccer, and more.
The pros in this disc are when you play a certain game where you have to beat the score, you'll get treated to bonus commercials (Some are with late actor George Plimpton comparing the InTV games with the Atari games), programmers' interviews, etc.
The cons are the abscences of some games like the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons games (Copyrighted by TSR Games), USCF Chess (You need left and right controller overlays for this game, different functions. How can you add more functions for that game anyway? Get InTV Classic Games for the PSOne or the PC version of InTV Lives for it.), TRON Deadly Discs and Maze-A-Tron (Walt Disney Productions own the TRON franchise.), etc.
Anyways, the game play is solid, with the right analog stick as the keypad found on InTV controllers. Hold down R1 and tap the stick to the number (2 = Up, 4 = Left, 6 = Right, etc.) You can call up the InTV pad by tapping select, and highlight the function with the left analog stick, pressing X to enter. But like I said, the game play in each game has its' own style.
The sound are the standard bloops and bleeps found in these InTV games.
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