Excerpt: It may sound silly, but Atari 2600 may be the next big thing. Sure the graphics are dated, but all things have revival potential. As we see from retro haircuts, jeans and shoes that flow back into popular culture, cool is a state of mind. At the same time, let me use a real-world analogy on the opposite side of the opinion stream. I live near Colonial Williamsburg, where you can watch butter churning and old-timey folks living like folks did 400 years ago.
Excerpt: There have been so many classic compilations appearing on the PSP in the past year that it’s hard for Activision to not release their own set. Join me in this review to see what publisher Activision and developer Digital Eclipse have to offer.
Excerpt: Activision might not be the biggest third-party publisher for consoles in the world, but they're the first. As the first company other than Atari to make games for the sweet, sweet woodgrain, the Atari 2600, Activision pumped out a load of classic games. Most of those classics are contained on Activision Hits Remixed for the PSP, which is really just a renamed version of Activision Anthology that was released on the PS2 last year.
Pros: More than 40 Atari 2600 games, including some that were never released to the public, saves your progress and your high scores
Cons: Paddle games, like Kaboom!, don't play properly, graphics are a bit blurry
Conclusion: Eller: Vem är intresserad av arkeologi egentligen? Activision framställer deras klassiker som kult genom att lura dig med uppdaterat skal. För om sanningen ska fram; det är otroligt torftigt och ointressant. Inget av de 40 spelen som skivan innehåller funkar i dag – det är rent ut sagt skräp med dagens ögon.
Pros: Att man kan spela till Soft Cell - Tainted Love.