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Activision Anthology by Activision




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  • Platform: PlayStation 2
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Developer: Activision
  • Category: Action

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Kaboom! Seaquest! Rampage! Activision Anthology remembers the early days of gaming and brings those memories back to you in a compilation jaam-packed with over 40 all-time favorites! Plus, you get to check out previously unreleased game prototypes, technology demos and other rare game oddities! For an added blast from the past, rock out to a hit-loaded '80's soundtrack pumping the most memorable songs of the decade. Dude, there are only two words to describe a game collection this cool: totally awesome!

* Over 40 Games for the Atari 2600 in One Package - Titles range from old favorites such as Chopper Command, Kaboom, Rampage, Megaman and Dragster, to some of the most obscure classics like Commando and Space Shuttle, to previously unreleased games like Kabobber.

* Jam to an '80's Soundtrack - While you play down memory lane, rock-out to an '80's-themed soundtrack featuring hit songs that are sure to bring the memories rushing back.

* Go to Your Room - Instead of a typical flat screen shell, the menu functions of the game are brought to life in the setting of a teenager's bedroom from the '80's. To play a game, select the Atari 2600 console on the floor; to change the music select the radio; and to go online select the phone.

* Multiple Gameplay Modes - Revisit your old favorites in either "Classic" or 3D Enhanced modes. Classic mode lets you play the original way, while Enhanced adds a bit of a challenge such as Richochet where the screen bounces; Cube where the game appears on the face of a spinning cube; and Whirl where the screen slowly spins 360 degrees around in the middle.

* Go Online for More Games - Connect to the Activision Classic Gaming Web site to download game prototypes, technology demos, and other rare game oddities never before released. The Web site also features historical info about Activision, it's designers, programmers and the console that started it all.