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Retro Atari Classics NDS

by Atari
Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
32 customer reviews
Metascore: 51 / 100
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  • Features 10 classic Atari video games
  • Play in Classic or Remix Mode
  • Multiplayer games played across the dual Nintendo DS screens
  • Four-Player wireless Multi-Card play
  • Games Included - Centipede, Missile Command, Asteroids, Pong, Breakout, Sprint, Tempest, Warlords, Gravitar, Lunar Lander
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Play your Atari favoriteslike never beforeProduct InformationRetro Atari Classics includes ten classic Atari games for your DSadding a hi-tech twist to some lo-fi legends.  Each game hasan original version as well as a Remix Mode where three legendarygraffiti artists have tagged the classics with their own funky streetart.  Play favorites like Asteroids Missile CommandCentipede and more on your Nintendo DS system.Product Features Features Original Style and Remix Versions of 10 classicAtari Games 1-4 Players with Wireless DS Multi-Card Play (requires 1card per player) Includes Centipede Tempest Pong Warlords Missle Command Breakout Sprint Gravitar Asteroids Lunar Landing


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  • ASIN: B00076OMOW
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 16, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,557 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Terrell T. Gibbs on March 27, 2005
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This compilation of classic Atari games includes Asteroids, Breakout, Centipede, Gravitar, Lunar Lander, Pong, Missile Command, Sprint, Tempest, and Warlords. This is a great buy for fans of classic arcade games, offering the additional lure of dual screen action and optional stylus control. Warlords even provides multiplayer action. Each version has both a classic version and a "remix" with new graphics, although in general I found that the remixed versions left me cold.

For the most part, the games work well with stylus control, and a few really shine. Missile Command is particularly impressive, and is the first home version I've seen that really captures the excitement of the trackball controlled coin-op original. Both screens are used. Incoming missiles are first visible on the upper screen, although satellites and bombers fly across the top of the lower screen. Antimissiles are fired simply by tapping the target point. Although stylus control must be done on the lower touch sensitive screen, you can hold down L, and your stylus clicks are transmitted to the corresponding location of the upper screen. However, this is a bit tricky, and by later levels I found myself working on the lower screen entirely. Graphics are a bit simplified compared to the arcade original, but work well on the small screen. The one thing I really miss is huge, expanding Game Over fireball, which has been dropped for some reason. Still, it is not a full recreation of the coin-op. As in most home versions, you do not have independent control of your 3 missile bases, eliminating a strategy element that was present in the arcade. Also, the "smart" missiles are much less smart than in the original version.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By NearChaos on July 26, 2005
I'm a retro games fan and have most of the originals of these games somewhere in the basement, and all the emulators on my N-Gage. For the classics you could just stick with the GBA version or an emulator on any other system, but frankly the DS is some of the best portable hardware and makes the classics more enjoyable. A few of the "remix" versions I actually like, including Centipede and Warlords. If you buy it for Tempest be advised that this is by far the weakest game on the title.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ford Madox Prefect on January 12, 2009
Despite the much higher technology of the DS to the 2600, these travesties are far worse than the 2600 versions of these games from the 80s. The use of the split screen is extremely badly implemented, the games are both difficult to play and dull, the sounds are horrendous, and the "graffiti" style "remakes" seem like a miserably failed attempt to make these games more "kewl" for younger players. All it does is make older players who remember the originals want to throw this cartridge across the room, and it is my bet younger players will STILL not be interested in these games.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Manfred Wong on March 22, 2005
I gotta agree with the other reviewer, this game is difficult to play. While the stylus works well with certain games, i.e. Zookeeper, it doesn't work out well on this game. Further, the games are not really arcade-like (not as finely detailed at all), and the remix versions are even worse. But there are 10 games, making it less than $3 each, and I guess that gives you some bang for your buck. Just don't expect too much.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nancy Mcneely on January 15, 2007
This game brings back all the good ole memories I had as a kid playing my pong!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 27, 2005
I wouldn't say this is the worst game ever. But out of my personal experience I found only 1 game was impossible to control. Also the worst part is that you and a friend need retro atari classics game card to play something like pong.

But on the good side many of the games such as asteroids and missle command were much easier to controll than using the control pad to play.

I would recommend this game to those who love boosting their high scores and to those who miss the days of the simple games of the 80's. It will have good replay value for those.

If your not that type of gamer stay away.

Thanks for reading :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dancing D on December 10, 2010
It's hard to imagine that this is how video games got started compared to how things are today. But, these are so much fun!! They are classic 80's arcade games and I love them. (Might be from the 70's - not sure! But, still loads of fun!)

Would definitely recommend this if you like old classics!
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Retro Atari Classics is simple and to the point - It's a compilation of 10 arcade games made by Atari (Who else?). The majority of the games are fun and they hold up pretty well this day and age. However, there are a few clunkers. I've played each game, and here are my statements about them.

Asteroids: This space shooter is so darn addicting!
Missle Command: Honestly, I used to really hate this one. Fortunately, the touch screen really helps make the game playable/fun.
Centipede: Just as great of a classic as Asteroids!
Pong: Can I really criticize Pong? It is a classic, and it always will be (Although, I will admit - It was a bit weird seeing the game in a vertical view)
Warlords: It's like a hugely modified twist on Pong. You hit the ball against other people's castles to destroy bits and pieces of them. It's a remarkably fun twist, actually.
Breakout: The game has aged horribly. The block busting isn't really that fun since there's...like...a hundred blocks on just one screen, and there's nothing that can help you destroy all that except if you have enough patience (which I highly doubt). Plus, the ball physics are sometimes screwy.
Sprint: I wanted to like this one. I really mean it. However, the problem with this early racer is that if you slip on oil or collide with a car, you instantly head straight into a wall. Lots of frustration here.
Gravitar: A really interesting one here, actually. It's like an adventure version of Asteroids in a way. Not bad, not bad.
Lunar Lander: I just don't like this one...
Tempest: Another great shooter! The pseudo-3D gimmick is pretty impressive, considering its age, and it's very addicting!

Overall, I give this collection a thumbs up. However, let me simply say I hate the collection's "Remix" editions. They're just like the originals, but with crappier sprites. Play the originals, and you'll have a great time with this DS cartridge!
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