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It's a lot of fun to see these games again.
3 of the games included (Breakout, Circus Atari, and Pong) were designed for the analog "paddle" spinner control, and a digital joystick isn't quite the same.
Some of the most widely played Atari 2600 VCS games from the 80's are here to play again and again...and they're still fun to play!
The Jakks Pacific Joystick is based on the NES processor (Ricoh 2A03 8-bit processor ) so the versions of the games are "ports" and not the original 2600 code. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Wise Guy
I was out and about today at local Thrift Store. I just so happened upon this gem. For $2.99 I pick it up and thought no way it will work. IT WORKS! I have been playing it all day. Read morePublished 5 months ago by GamerchiX GODDESS
Recieved in candy box with no info on how to hook up(I am 68).It hangs up on some games.Joy stick hard to use ,stiff with no way to turn to shoot or turn corners.Published 10 months ago by sfa
Well you know what they say, you get what you paid for and this Atari Classics game is the best example.. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jarel Carter
Forget it on todays HD TV's. An old tube TV might work OK, HA!
Joystick unreliable, buttons are sticky and no way to interpret these games. Read more
Quick service and in good shape. It gets a lot of use from the boys. Easy to use and store.Published 15 months ago by Ann Ward
You know, out of all the classic atari games, they choose not to put in one of the best.
My nephew has this, and there's no Berzerker in it. How the hell is that not in there? Read more
it works perfectly now that ive used new batteries. it was worth the money. Thanks again yep yep yep yepPublished 19 months ago by mark
Love this! Bought it for the kids and they play it more than they do their Wii! Really, the installed games are great. Some would be better with the Atari twist-controller vs. Read morePublished 20 months ago by D. Estes