Summary: This are Cool Old School Games, on a Newer Game Console, having a PS2, no need Genesis or SNES Anymore! Cons: on Description says includes the first Mortal Kombat, & it Doesn't! Also Mortal Kombat Games you can't Change Difficult Setting, that's why I don't give it 5 Stars!
Summary: Series 2 of the Midway Arcade Treasures has 20 games, including: Mortal Kombat II and 3 Gauntlet II Spy Hunter II APB Arch Rivals Championship Sprint Cyberball 2072 Hard Drivin' Kozmik Krooz'r NARC Pit Fighter Primal Rage Rampage World Tour Timber Total Carnage Wacko Wizard of Wor Xenophobe Xybots...
Summary: When I heard that a compilation game featuring almost arcade- quality ports of MK2 and MK3 was being released, I had to have it- but I didn't have a PS2 to play it on. I now own one, and this compilation of old-school arcade favorites.
Summary: The second installment in Midway's Arcade Treasures series is undoubtadly the best; featuring many games that are still a blast to play, not to mention many games that I myself grew up with and remember quite fondly.
Summary: Unlike most people, I didn't get this game for either MK games, rather for Total Carnage (Smash Tv is one of my all time favorites). That right there was worth my money. Then I relized something, "there are 19 more games to play, HOLY SH*T".
The price makes this collection of almost-perfect games even better.
4 September 2005
Summary: THE SHORT: The ridiculously cheap price is worth spending on some of these games on their own, let alone in a double digit package. But while most of the games run great, there are some slight issues here and there that make some of these games not quite arcade-perfect.