Atari Flashback Classics: Volume 1 MastheadAtari Flashback Classics: Volume 1 Masthead

Atari Flashback Classics: Volume 1

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

50%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 42017
Xbox One2017

Publisher: Atari

Genre: Arcade

Includes: Adventure, Asgo Concentration, Asteroids, Asteroids (Arcade), Asteroids Deluxe (Arcade), Basic Math Blackjack, Breakout, Casino, Championship Soccer, Checkers, Chess, Code Breaker, Crystal Castles, Crystal Castles (arcade), Demons to Diamonds, Double Dunk, Flag Capture, Golf, Gravitar, Gravitar (arcade), Hangman, Haunted House, Major Havoc (arcade), Maze craze, Missile Command, Missile Command (Arcade), Night Driver, Off the Wall, Outlaw, Race, Red Baron (arcade), Return to Haunted House, RS Baseball, RS Basketball, RS Tennis, Secret Quest, Sentinel, Sky Diver, Spacewar, Sprint (arcade), Starship, Stellar Track, Street Racer, Sub Commander, Super Breakout, Super Breakout (Arcade), Surround, V Pinball, and Video cube.

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Strong Head
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Fair Head
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Weak Head
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God is a Geek

8 / 10.0
Chris White

Whilst this collection has a lot to offer, those unfamiliar with Atari probably won't want to spend that much time with these bonafide classics.

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ZTGD

8 / 10.0
Ken McKown

There are not a lot of flashy extras outside of leader boards and multiplayer, but having over 100 classic games in one (two?) simple package is more than worth the price of admission. Even if players only boot up half the games for mere seconds, it is worth it to experience this history of the console that started the craze. I only wish Nintendo would do something similar with their games, imagine a library of 100 Nintendo games in one convenient place…

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We Got This Covered

Tyler Treese

Atari Flashback Classics Volume 1 features a lot of old games that are terrible by today's standards, and a few that are still surprisingly fun. That isn't really the point, though, as it's more about getting to celebrate gaming's past.

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Digitally Downloaded

Digitally Downloaded

Unlike Nintendo's Mini NES retro console that was released last year, this is a more difficult package to recommend to people that didn't grow up playing the games.

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