Summary: This is the only Midway collection that contains the first Mortal Kombat game, so I bought it for that purpose. All the rest of the games on this collection have been released before in one of the many Midway Arcade Treasures for various game systems. My main disappointment with this collection stems from the fact that there isn't an option to change the screen orientation of games such as Spy Hunter from horizontal(stretched-out version) to the original arcade vertical...
Summary: I got this for my 12 year old grandson. He is enjoying playing all of the games and trying to ace them. He is very pleased with this package, since there are other ones to play. Shipment was on time for Christmas, and in good packaging.
Summary: The midway game has some very good games, but they are so old I get bored quick. Growing up after most of these came out in 80's I played these games on sega genesis or old arcade games in the mid 90's. Besides the mortal kombat's which came out when I was a kid and was banned from them after my mom saw a couple fatalities. My favorite titles in the game are: 1 Mortal Kombat's probobly 3 then 2 then 1. You get the first 3 in the compilation.
Summary: This is a pretty good package of retro Midway games. There are some of the most popular ones like Joust and Defender and all three Mortal Kombat games. Other games are less known' some I saw for the first time. I like Sinistar the most. The games seem to be emulated 1 to 1 but screens are expanded for wide screen on some games. Defender takes up the whole screen. Games switch from game to game pretty fast.
Summary: This title takes me back to when I got into gameing begining with pong. This was in the mid 1970s. We have come a long way. Buy this game if you want to understand some of the history of video gameing.
Summary: For it's current price, it's practically a steal. 21 games in total with 5 single player and 16 multiplayer wireless. And it includes Mortal Kombat 1,2 AND 3. Don't hesitate any longer, just get it. If you enjoy classics like me, this is perfect for your PSP library.
Summary: The graphics are amazingly detailed. Just like the arcade versions...only portable. My only complaint is the layout of the PSP controls.This would be a great system if I could attach the PSP to a TV and use my own joystick/game pad. My right hand starts to cramp up when playing Joust. Pressing "X" everytime to flap the wings gets tedious. Too bad you can't hold the button down for auto fire! I love how they included ALL the Mortal Kombats (1-3).