Activision Anthology

published by Activision in 2002-11-19, developed by Contraband Entertainment, running on PlayStation 2
type: shooter, action/reflex
perspective: side view
player options: single player
3.9/5

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Official description

Old school gaming at its best!
Be a flying ace, a race car champion, a tennis star, and a space pioneer all in one afternoon. That's right! Feathered hair, one-hit wonders, and the golden age of video games are back! Right here in the comfort of your own home. Remember kicking back on your beanbag and trying to get Pitfall Harry past the third pit on the right? How about breaking 15,000 points on River Raid to earn a patch?
Those were the good ol' days. And they're back with a vengeance! Crank up the radio, pop in a cartridge, and take a step backwards in time with all your old favorites, including Pitfall 1 & 2, Commando, Freeway, Keystone Kapers, Seaquest, River Raid 1 & 2, Spider Fighter and many more.
# 2007-11-25 10:25:41 - official description

Description

Time to go back in time to those crazy 80?s! Traveling back two decades has never been easier thanks to the Activision Anthology. The Anthology features 40 classic Activision games from the Atari 2600. Some of the games include, River Raid, Kaboom, Chopper Command, Boxing, and Pitfall! While you?re playing these classic games let your ears reminisce thanks to the inclusion of a classic 80?s soundtrack. You can rock out to such songs as, Take on Me, Safety Dance, Tainted Love, Mexican Radio and many more!
# 2007-11-25 10:24:56

Technical specs

display: raster

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External reviews (3) - average: 77.3% - median: 75%

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Consoles + (1-155)fr1332003-0272/10072%
IGN2002*8.5/1085%
Metacritic2002*75/10075%
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