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50 of the most addictive games from Atari’s legendary vault will be compiled into Atari’s Greatest Hits: Volume 1 the must-have Nintendo DS title from Atari, one of the world’s most recognised publishers and producers of interactive entertainment. Bringing together dozens of the most popular Atari arcade and Atari 2600 titles of all-time, including Asteroids®, Pong®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, Tempest®, Lunar Lander®, Space Duel, Battlezone® andAdventure, Atari’s Greatest Hits: Volume 1 is the ultimate DS title for casual gamers.

In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, Atari introduced a new era in interactive entertainment with its addictive arcade games and home gaming system. Now with Atari’s Greatest Hits: Volume 1, a retro gaming revolution will be ignited on the Nintendo DS. Each game will feature the same pick-up and play control scheme as their original arcade and 2600 form, with modern updates to align with the Nintendo DS platform. Single card multi-player will be available for 20 titles including Space Duel and Pong with multi-card play available for head-to-head games.

Additionally, Atari’s Greatest Hits: Volume 1 will feature the original game manuals for each title, an Atari memorabilia showcase, and special bonus extras - including an Atari Trivia game where gamers can race against the clock to answer questions about Atari history and then post their scores to Atari.com.

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