Summary: I bought this game as part of a buying-spree for my PSP where I got the Namco game set, the SEGA set and this one. It was an attempt to fuel the nostalgia. My mistake. Except for the Namco set, all others were a dud! This one in particular. THe controls are clutchy, the game response is off and the menu is just terrible. Avoid avoid avoid!
Summary: This set would been much better and complete if they included Intellivision titles. Activision made a few version for Intellivision and were far superior and very enjoyable. They made Pitfall, River Raid and a few others. Plus Activision who owns Imagic...well Imagic's Intellivision games were asweome! Atlantis, Micro surgoen, Demon Attack, Beauty and the Beast, SafeCracker, ect ect.
Summary: I'm old school- so I couldn't pass on the opportunity to play a few games from the 80's. Unfortunately, there are only a handful of games that I actually play, but they are playable and replayable for hours at a time!
Summary: I originally purchased this mainly for Pitfall and Pitfall 2. With Seaquest and River Raid as part of this package, as well as many more, I forgot how much fun the old Atari classics are. I'm in my mid 40's and I love love playing this as much as some of the new releases for the PSP. A lot of fun for all you Atari fans.
Ahh the great memories of yesteryear!!! An Activision Atari 2600 time capsule!!!
Jason P. Pumphrey "the movie & music man", Amazon
4 August 2007
Summary: The big blocky graphics,the very simple mono sound,yes it's back to the Atari 2600 era once again with this awesome little game for the PSP!!! Activision Hits Remixed is a great way to play these highly addictive games on your tiny PSP!!! Yes the graphics are just as the were in the early 80's!!!
More Atari classics. Remixed? Try "Rehashed!" Still fun though.
Jon Folkers, Amazon
29 December 2006
Summary: This is yet another version of the Activision collection of games originally designed for the Atari 2600 Video Computer System back in the early 1980s. Like those versions, this serves as a nice museum piece to showcase these old games, featuring advertising and art for manuals, boxes and patches.