Didn't do so when I got it so I wrote a bad review. Even as dumb as I feel for ...
mrs handy 101, Amazon
12 December 2014
Summary: The game does work, but you have to connect a nunchuck. Didn't do so when I got it so I wrote a bad review. Even as dumb as I feel for leaving bad feedback i'm trying to redeem myself with this review. The seller automatically contacted me through e-mail, asking me if I figured it out. Then I did and the game works perfectly and I am very happy with it. The seller shipped out very quickly and has great customer support. I don't know how to take back my other review.
Summary: As an avid fan of the original, which I played fanatically on both my Atari 2600 and my high school girlfriends fathers full size stand up arcade game, I found this to be a resonable interpretation/moderization of that game. Gameplay is interesting and provides a challange without feeling overwhelming.
Summary: It is a nice remake for the classic Centipede. Atari could have done een a better job on its visuals and introductory scenes... but... they aren't really that nice to their consumers, after all. Great graphics and, well, for the kind of game that it is, we can/could expect more, but it is a nice game.
Summary: The unfortunate part about this game is I have yet to play it!!!!!! So frustrating been baby-sitting and spring cleaning. Baby-sitting is over. Spring cleanup is still in full blown mode. Maybe by next week I will have a chance.
Summary: To make up for the lack of proper feedback on this game, I'll offer my best stab at a comprehensive review for the Atari / WayForward Technologies take on the classic arcade game with Centipede Infestation. In a short summary, for those gamers who like twitch-style twin stick shooters (Robotron, Smash TV, and the more recent Geometry Wars) with simple and intuitive gameplay, along with some good co-op, then you will find plenty to like in this now budget priced game.