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As we live in a world where video games look as real as live television, who would have thought that it all originated from Pong? Classic games like Pong, Centipede, and Asteroids began a video gaming revolution. Atari, the video game pioneer, is bringing back these and 8 other 2-dimensional classic games, giving it an updated look for the 21st Century and introducing a new way to play them - and no need to dust off your Atari 2600! These classic games are now available for you to take everywhere you go on the PSP system. Whether you're looking for that classic, retro experience, or you're looking for new-age graphics, each game will be playable in both classic and evolved forms to satisfy your itch. As an added bonus, you'll be able to unlock over 50 Atari 2600 titles giving you non-stop gaming action.

Features:

 

  • 11 Classic Atari Games in their original and evolved designs
  • Over 50 unlockable Atari 2600 titles
  • Battle it out via wireless multiplayer in "Warlords" and "Battlezone"
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