Atari Flashback Classics: Volume 3
Publisher: Funbox Media
Atari Flashback Classics Vol.3 brings the iconic games of yesteryear to the powerful machines of today with all new features, including online multiplayer, leaderboards and more.
Loaded with 51 games from Atari’s massive library of arcade and home console hits, Atari Flashback Classics is the ultimate anthology for gaming history enthusiasts!
51 classic and legendary Atari and arcade titles remastered beautifully and bundled on one disc.
Includes some of the most popular Atari titles ever released, including Asteroids, Centipede, Millipede, Yars’ Return and many more.
Definitive modern editions of these classic games recreates the legendary retro experience on today's modern Next Gen consoles in stunning HD (high definition) - Go back to your childhood.
Includes online multiplayer with achievements, global leaderboards, social features and more.
Games Included are:
Atari Baseball Atari Basketball Atari Football Atari Soccer Avalanche Canyon Bomber Destroyer Dominos Fire Truck/Smokey Joe Maze Invaders Monte Carlo Pool Shark Sky Diver Super Bug Adventure II Air Raiders Aquaventure Armor Ambush Astroblast Dark Cavern (Night Stalker) Frog Pond Frogs and Flies Holey Moley International Soccer MotoRodeo Saboteur Sea Battle Space Attack Star Strike Super Challenge Baseball (Major League Baseball) Super Challenge Football (NFL Football) Sword Fight Wizard Yars' Return Total 2600 (code) Asteroids Centipede Countermeasure Final Legacy Micro-gammon Millipede Miniature Golf Missile Command Realsports Baseball Realsports Basketball Realsports Football Realsports Tennis Realsports Volleyball Star Raiders Super Breakout Xari Arena.
Atari Flashback Classics Volume 3 Trailer
My nostalgia glasses allowed me to enjoy the Atari Flashback Classics Vol 3, your mileage may vary though. As the third collection in the series, we’re once again greeted with some classic Atari 2600, 5200, and arcade titles, yet we’re missing some notable franchises and games which is most likely down to licensing. With the power of nostalgia, me and my dad loved playing all these old classics again with our modern controllers in full high-def with a split-second load time, yet I imagine a lot of younger gamers may not see the same appeal.