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- Run Xybots through deadly mazes, wander with the Wizard of Wor and chop down trees in Timber
- Exciting battle action with Total Carnage, Spy Hunter II and Rampage World Tour
- Head-to-head fighting action in Primal Rage, Pit Fighter and Mortal Kombat 3
- Defeat wave after wave of monsters in Gauntlet II, or clean up the street by obliterating junkies with NARC
- Test drive a high-powered sports car Hard Drivin' -- or guide Kapt. Krooz'r into the mothership while shooting enemies
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The games on this piece of gold are as follows,
Rampage World Tour
Mortal Kombat II & 3
Spy Hunter II
Wizard of Wor
This game is an unbelievable value, 20 BUCKS FOR 20, THAT'S RIGHT 20 CLASSIC ARCADE GAMES AND THAT INCLUDES MORTAL KOMBAT II, 3, AND RAMPAGE WORLD F'N TOUR!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don't knock it. I spent fifty bucks on Mortal Kombat 3. And if you are reading this review, you probably did also.
Great bang for your buck.
Championship Sprint- Old-School racing in the tradition of RC Pro-Am and Super Off Road; the camera is directly overhead of the track. Controls are very twitchy and I suspect you'd need a lot of practice before you can make it through a race without hitting the walls.
Hard Drivin'- A 3-D driving simulator; it's somewhat slow and choppy though. The stunt track is fun to drive on & destroy your car.
Mortal Kombat II- the reason I bought the game. It's not nearly as bad as a previous review has made it out to be- the characters are large, colorful and almost arcade quality, especially if you opt to enlarge the screen. Fatalities are easy to pull off thanks to the D-pad, even though you have barely enough time to type them out- and they're just as bloody and noisy as you remember them. Sure, there's some slowdown, and the AI is as cheap and unfair as ever (the computer can throw you even if its character is slipping on one of Sub-Zero's Ground Freezes), but this is as close as you're going to get to arcade-quality Mortal Kombat II without actually having the cabinet in your house.
Mortal Kombat 3- It's a good fighting game, but to me Mortal Kombat peaked with part 2. MK3 introduced the dreaded "dial-a-combo" system, which I admit I kinda liked when I first tried it but it quickly grows tiresome. MK3's fatalities were definitely lamer than its predecessor's as well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the collection of midway games they have my favorite pit fighter mortal kombat 2 mortal kombat 2 and many more if your a fan of midway games this is the collection for you.Published 25 days ago by CarlosHill
Great collection of games! Basically just purchased it for N.A.R.C. which is missing from most other Midway collections. Also really enjoyed the Rampage game. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Leyh
This are Cool Old School Games, on a Newer Game Console, having a PS2, no need Genesis or SNES Anymore! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Erick I. Fajardo
I mostly bought this for Rampage and Arch Rivals but there's a lot more to offer.Published 10 months ago by Phill.The.Thrill
This is the best game i own mk2 has keep me busy loue it buy it u want b sorry the outher games also rockPublished 11 months ago by Stevenf