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5.6 out of 10

Arcade Treasures

Jam-packed with more than 20 classic arcade games, Midway Arcade Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Not backwards compatable

M. Evans, amazon.co.uk
3 August 2010
  • Summary: I just got an Xbox 360 and I'm new to Xbox. I saw these packs of classic games I used to love and thought it would be awesome but you can't play them on the 360 they aren't backwards compatable :(
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Overall 8
8.0

80's heaven!

"maff_c", amazon.co.uk
21 October 2004
  • Summary: If like me you remember (vaguely!) the start of the videogame revolution, then this is a collection of games that has a worthy place in your collection. The fond memories of school holidays when you had nothing better to do than while away the hours in the local arcade flood back when you play the likes of Spyhunter, Paperboy and my personal favorite of the collection Gauntlet. (Which I still consider worthy of the value of the whole collection on it's own).
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Overall 8
8.0

Ok, but main reason purchasing this game is for Nostalgia

Gordon Christopher Anderson "gamesmaster61", amazon.co.uk
9 September 2004
  • Summary: It is a very good collection of games, for such a very reasonable price. It includes the very fast and frantic pace of Smash TV. It brings back the golden memories of the charismatic count down from 10 to zero, fumbling in the arcades furiously looking for 10 pence pieces in my pocket so I could continue the game .But now at home you get the added advantage of unlimited credits .The best games on the collection in my opinion are Klax rampart Smash TV root beer tapper.
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Overall 8
8.0

Treasure Chest

Concrete_..., Ciao
27 April 2004
  • Excerpt: "...supermodels of my lurid dreams: Midway Arcade Treasures. Immediately my drunken eyes glazed over under a pathetic, nostalgic yolk - Paperboy? Robotron? Defender? Gauntlet? Twenty-two, count them, TWENTY - TWO classic 80’s titles from my chequered youth? I hyperventilated all the way through the queue, aching with anticipation. I hadn’t even checked the price, so imagine my orgasmic reaction when the till rang up £14.99 for the lot…. Bonza. TONGUING ...
  • Pros: Nostaligic trip down shoulder pad alley
  • Cons: Some of the content is abysmal
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Overall 8
8.0

Perfect for a quick gaming fix

Graham Patrick, amazon.co.uk
24 April 2004
  • Summary: Being a 20-something gamer, I jumped at the chance to pick thiscompilation up, and I'm glad I did. Defender, Smash TV, Paperboy, Marble Madness, all bringing back memoriesof pumping 10p pieces into arcade machines or waiting 10 minutes for theSpectrum tapes to load. Nostalgia....at its best. This title is also a chance to play some classics that may have passed youby. Personally, I'd never played Root Beer Tapper...
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Overall 8
8.0

midway which way?

S. Teasdale "teasdale03", amazon.co.uk
6 March 2004
  • Summary: this is a great game if you want to go back in time to the days of classics like gauntlet, paper boy and marble madness, but it lacks something that doesnt go away (except for gauntlet!!!) and it does spoil the games sometimes. when you first get the game it really brings back good memories but it gets boring after a while only on a 1 player. with a friend now thats fun. it gets conversations going and brings people together (awwwwwww!!!) and makes time fly.
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Overall 8
8.0

Everlasting Entertainment

"geraintcsteyn", amazon.co.uk
19 February 2004
  • Summary: Admittedly I approached this package with some trepidation. Could a compilation of seemingly archaic status possibly take pride of place among a contemporary crop of games fuelled by the next big graphical enhancement? Of course for these games have this very package to answer for. It may be the opinion of a few that these games are now obsolete relics, merely collecting dust on the bottom shelf. This is simply not the case.
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