At Games ATARI Flashback 3

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About the Product

  • 60 Built-In ATARI Games
  • Two ATARI Flashback 2600 Controllers
  • Plug & Play on TV
  • Powered by AC Adapter
  • Pause Function During Game

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The Classic is back! ATARI Flashback 3 is the return of the ever popular Atari games inside a classic game console with two ATARI Flashback 2600 controllers. There are 60 Atari games built-in that defined a generation!

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Release date September 16, 2011
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3.2 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #24,752 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 15.2 x 10.9 x 4.3 inches
Media: Video Game
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As the other review mentioned, you probably can find the Flashback 3 cheaper. I paid $49. I could of even paid less, but they were out of stock and there were some sales I missed so I settled to pay the $49 at Walgreens. Still not a bad price.
I can't compare the gameplay to the Flashback 1 or 2, but I find the Flashback 3 to entertain my need for the games I grew up with. It does not contain every Atari game I would want, such as Space Invaders, Pac Man, and many Activision games for Atari, but still a decent list of 60 games. Some of my favorites being Battlezone, Asteroids and Air-Sea Battle, plus some unrealeased games like Aquadventure.
The quality of materials and construction is not the best, at least not like an original Atari, but for the price, it is okay. It is made by a Chinese manufacturer , AtGames. and licensed by Atari.
My only complaints are that it has games that originally required the Atari paddle controllers such as Super Breakout , Night Driver and Missile Command. The joysticks simply do not work well for these games. The good thing is that if you can get some original Atari paddle controllers as well as original joysticks, they are supposed to be able to work with the FB3.
Users will find that it may be helpful to look online for the original instruction manuals to help them learn more about how to play the games and select which ones are 1 or 2 players. There is an instruction manual with the FB3, but it only gives a brief description of each game.
For all you young people who were born in the high graphic video game era of XBox and Playstation, please understand that these are the original video games before your time, so before you say the graphics suck, that is because that's how video games were before you were born. So don't review this if you attempt to compare with modern gaming systems. It's for gamers who appreciate games, not graphics.
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I also have the previous Atari flashback 2, this is the same game system ALMOST, sure it has a nice 60 game collection...
BUT...they took out 3 of the best games! They took OFF the game system PITFALL, RIVER RAID and LUNAR LANDER, 3 of the best games found in Flashback 2.0 (but also NOT included in flashback 2+). A lot of the games are duds and homebrews but it also has many of the great Atari classics like Asteroids, Missile Command, Battle Zone, Adventure as well as the Real Sports series. I really wish they'd have included the Atari 5200 and.or 7800 games, those were awesome, why it's just the old Atari games we find nastolgic? I am not sure. Plus I really wish they included the arcade hits like Pac-man, Defender, Zaxxon, ect and the Activision games, I understand it's due to licensing but I mean COME ON! It's an old 1980 game, do they always have to make money? Let them put out the old crappy graphics games! Maybe it will revive the interest and will want to buy updated versions on Playstation, who knows, but they do no one any good just sitting in a vault somewhere! Anyhow, it's a very good all in one Atari throw back, it's a cute sized console, about 1/2 of the original, the control's are like the original and well made. Get this now as it will prob be out of print, good just to hold on to this for memories sake.
PS- I bought my unit at Dollar General for $35.
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To begin, I found my Atari Flashback 3 at Sam's Club for $35, and I don't know that I would pay any more than that for this particular unit. As stated in other reviews, the omission of Pitfall and River Raid, two of the all-time Activision greats, is a step backwards in my opinion. The 60 games included in this version are as follows:

3D Tic-Tac-Toe, Adventure, Adventure II, Air-Sea Battle, Aquaventure, Asteroids, Backgammon, Basketball, Battlezone, Bowling, Canyon Bomber, Centipede, Championship Soccer, Circus Atari, Combat, Combat 2, Demons to Diamonds, Desert Falcon, Dodge 'Em, Double Dunk, Fatal Run, Flag Capture, Frog Pond, Fun With Numbers, Golf, Gravitar, Hangman, Haunted House, Home Run, Human Cannonball, Maze Craze, Miniature Golf, Missile Command, Night Driver, Off the Wall, Outlaw, Realsports Baseball, Realsports Basketball, Realsports Soccer, Realsports Volleyball, Saboteur, Save Mary, Secret Quest, Sky Diver, Space War, Sprintmaster, Star Ship, Steeplechase, Submarine Commander, Super Baseball, Super Breakout, Super Football, Surround, SwordQuest: Earthworld, SwordQuest: Fireworld, Video Checkers, Video Chess, Video Pinball, Wizard, Yar's Revenge

As you can see, some of the sports games are needlessly duplicated; there are no less than THREE baseball titles, and why do we need the original Basketball and Soccer games when the far superior Realsports versions are included? Also, most of the "educational titles" are either for very young players (e.g. Fun With Numbers) or too complicated (unless you are already familiar with it, 3D Tic-Tac-Toe is a total mystery).
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By Cat on December 3, 2011
I agree with the two folks who posted before me....way overpriced. I paid $39.99 for this same unit at Rite Aid, of all places. That said, it's as wonderfully awful as I remember it. My only complaint is the lack of ability to play other old Atari games, or third party're limited to the included 60 games. Loved Moonsweeper but since it was put out by a company other than Atari, it's not to be. Our family had an original Atari back in the day and this is a great bit of nostalgia....but not for almost $70.00.
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