Relive the Golden Age of Gaming with 100 of the most iconic Atari games from the 70’s and 80’s. Now with online multiplayer capability, this extensive catalog includes classic Atari titles like Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, and many more, paired with intuitive new controls.
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Release Date: Mar 24, 2016

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May 26

Atari Vault - Update #3 - Now Available on Steam OS!

Dear Fans,

Today, we are proud to announce that Atari Vault is Now Available on Steam OS! For the first time, players can experience these renowned games with the benefit of current technology, including global leaderboards, multiplayer modes, and full controller support on Steam OS.

With the release of Atari Vault on Linux-based SteamOS, players who purchased a Steam Machine or run a SteamOS powered machine can now play the game and relive – or experience for the first time – the titles that comprise the foundation of the modern gaming industry. Additionally, owners of the Windows version of the game will gain access to the SteamOS version through Steam for no additional charge via SteamPlay. Featuring games like Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, Tempest®, Warlords®, and many more, Atari Vault combines the nostalgia of arcades and the Atari 2600 with modern gaming capabilities.

Check it out today by visiting Atari Vault's Steam Page Here:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/400020

Be sure to also take a look at our last update for the game to see what's been added and improved since launch across all platforms!
http://steamcommunity.com/games/400020/announcements/detail/826784835488661485

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April 26

Atari Vault - Update #2 - Version 1.0.2 Now Live!

Dear Atari Vault Fans,

Thank you for continued support of Atari Vault. While you’ve been battling for arcade High Scores and bragging rights, we’ve been busy gathering additional feedback and improving the game - and now we have another update for you all! This time around, we focused primarily on controls, but also improved a few other aspects of the game.

Thank you all for the incredible feedback and continued reviews! In this today’s Atari Vault 1.0.2 update you will find the following:

Improvements

  • Updated the game to use our own native controller code that supports XInput controllers (such as Xbox 360, Logitech F310, etc.) instead of Unity’s controller code. This will provide finer management of controller interactions between the game and Windows. It also resolves a number of bugs.
    • Note: Should you want to use the former Unity-based controller system simply Right-Click on Atari Vault in your Steam Library. Then Select Properties > General > Set Launch Options and enter “-use-unity-controls” in the box and Press Ok.
  • Rendering of vector games is cleaner, and a new setting called “Bright” has been added.
  • Improved the scanline effect (most noticeable on 4K desktops)
  • Lunar Lander, Race, and Sprint 2 controls have been improved (including the ability to fine-tune thrust in Lunar Lander when it’s assigned to a trigger)
  • Added the “Flicker: Authentic/Filtered” option to Atari 2600 games (under Options > Game)
  • Added the “Controls: Normal/Inverted” option to Tempest (under Options >
  • Improved game controller remap, and ESC can now cancel controller button assignment
  • Minor improvements to the UI
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed the “runaway” menu interaction users were experiencing on Windows 10
  • Fixed potential audio lag that could occur in Atari 2600 games on some systems
  • Fixed Steam and Generic Game Controllers not being able to used in the game Race

Be sure to continue to check out our Steam Community and Social Pages for news of contests and other events being run by our community team! Who will be crowned champion next!?

And a brief reminder - If you reviewed Atari Vault before the last batch of updates, please consider updating your review taking into account the latest tweaks and improvements. Thank you!

-Team Atari Vault

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About This Game

Relive the Golden Age of Gaming with 100 of the most popular iconic games from the 70’s and 80’s. Now with online multiplayer capability, this extensive catalog includes classic Atari® titles like Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, and many more, paired with intuitive new controls designed to mimic what Atari fans remember from the glory days! The brand new additions of online and local multiplayer, along with Steam Leaderboards, allows you to challenge friends and compete with players from around the world like never before. And now with Steam Controller support, you’ll have unprecedented levels of precision control. Atari® Vault is the ultimate collection of classic Atari titles, and is guaranteed to provide hours of fun!

FEATURES:

  • 100 Classic Atari 2600 and Arcade Games – Play seminal Atari titles including Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, Tempest, Warlords, and so much more.
  • Online and Local Multiplayer and Steam Leaderboards – For the first time ever, battle for arcade supremacy online or at home and compare your high scores with players from around the world.
  • Steam Controller Support –Experience a new level of control playing your favorite games with the multi-functional Steam Controller.
  • Brand New User-Interface – New User-Interface designed to create the greatest classic arcade experience.
  • Original Cabinet and Box Art – Relive the glory days with period-accurate cabinet and box art.

FULL GAME LIST:
  • 3D Tic Tac Toe - 2600
  • Adventure - 2600
  • Air Sea Battle - 2600
  • Asteroids - 2600
  • Asteroids - Arcade
  • Asteroids Deluxe - Arcade
  • Backgammon - 2600
  • Basic Math - 2600
  • Basketball - 2600
  • Black Widow - Arcade
  • Blackjack - 2600
  • Bowling - 2600
  • Brain Games - 2600
  • Breakout - 2600
  • Canyon Bomber - 2600
  • Casino - 2600
  • Centipede - 2600
  • Centipede - Arcade
  • Championship Soccer - 2600
  • Checkers - 2600
  • Chess - 2600
  • Circus Atari - 2600
  • Code Breaker - 2600
  • Combat - 2600
  • Combat 2 - 2600
  • Concentration - 2600
  • Crystal Castles - 2600
  • Crystal Castles - Arcade
  • Demons to Diamonds - 2600
  • Desert Falcon - 2600
  • Dodge-Em 2600
  • Double Dunk - 2600
  • Fatal Run - 2600
  • Flag capture - 2600
  • Football - 2600
  • Golf - 2600
  • Gravitar - 2600
  • Gravitar - Arcade
  • Hangman - 2600
  • Haunted House - 2600
  • Homerun - 2600
  • Human Cannonball - 2600
  • Liberator - Arcade
  • Lunar Lander - Arcade
  • Major Havoc - Arcade
  • Maze Craze - 2600
  • Millipede - 2600
  • Millipede - Arcade
  • Miniature Golf - 2600
  • Missile Command - 2600
  • Missile Command - Arcade
  • Night Driver - 2600
  • Off the Wall - 2600
  • Outlaw - 2600
  • Pong - Arcade
  • Quadrun - 2600
  • Race - 2600
  • Radar Lock - 2600
  • RealSports Baseball - 2600
  • RealSports Basketball - 2600
  • RealSports Boxing - 2600
  • RealSports Football - 2600
  • RealSports Soccer - 2600
  • RealSports Tennis - 2600
  • RealSports Volleyball - 2600
  • Red Baron - Arcade
  • Return to Haunted House - 2600
  • Save Mary - 2600
  • Secret Quest - 2600
  • Sentinel - 2600
  • Sky Diver - 2600
  • Slot Machine - 2600
  • Slot Racers - 2600
  • Sword Quest Fireworld - 2600
  • Space Duel - Arcade
  • Space War - 2600
  • Sprint - Arcade
  • Sprint Master - 2600
  • Star Raiders - 2600
  • Starship - 2600
  • Steeplechase - 2600
  • Stellar Track - 2600
  • Street Racer - 2600
  • Stunt Cycle - 2600
  • Sub Commander - 2600
  • Super Baseball - 2600
  • Super Breakout - Arcade
  • Super Breakout -2600
  • Super Football - 2600
  • Surround - 2600
  • Sword Quest Earthworld - 2600
  • Sword Quest Waterworld - 2600
  • Tempest - 2600
  • Tempest - Arcade
  • Video Cube - 2600
  • Video Olympics - 2600
  • Video Pinball - 2600
  • Warlords - 2600
  • Warlords - Arcade
  • Yars Revenge - 2600

System Requirements

Windows
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7, 8.1, or 10
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c or higher compatible
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Network Required for Online Play
    Minimum:
    • OS: SteamOS, Ubuntu 12.04+, or equivalent
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz, 32 or 64 bit
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Open GL 2.0
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Network Required for Online Play
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Mostly Positive (146 reviews)
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RageSteel
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
Just bought this and skimmed through some of the old classics - man the Atari 2600 sucks...really wish there were more coin games in this collection.

$20 is NOT WORTH the price, and the $9.99 sale is pushing it...unless you REALLLLY want these old games, you're not missing much - $4.99 is what I'd reommend as the price
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Flower
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
Some real classics smashed in between a bunch of stinkers.
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Earthbounder (aka, the MLG lord)
( 8.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 13
Nic Reviews #2:

This is a really fun game, dont get me wrong. But it has some problems that are evident.
1. too many dud games. there is just way to much junky games, and not enough fun games, or arcade ports. Atari shouldve talked to Namco or Midway, and try to get some of there 2600 and Arcade ports onto here.
2. there are not 100 games here. over 30 of the games are ports of the arcade versions of the games. so your getting 2 centipeds, asteroids, missile command, and others. so whne u buy this, keep in mind that yr not getting 100 games.
3. The "Museum" part of this doesnt wokr very well. In this game, u can look at the manual and stuff, or promotional stuff. well, when u try to look at a manual, it barely works, getting broken up, and is hard to read.

other than that, this is a really fun compilation of games. if u want an arcade fix at home on steam, this is what u should get it.
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miniwolfen
( 8.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 11
A fun collection of games to play and enjoy.Much btetter and less time consumer than downloading an emulator.
Finally a good modern day Atari {infogrames} game! The multiplayer also is one of the best parts and is fun and addictive to play. I think you should buy this collection if you love Atari or retro games in general.The only thing that it does not have is mod support although sea mega drive classics does have mod support.
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cimerians
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 31
A great compilation but without proper controls it's just not worth it. These games were meant to be played with original hardware...paddles and joysticks. While I found the controls to be ok and solid for most games other games were pretty much unplayable (mainly the paddle oriented games).

The pricetag is also IMO slightly above what I really ended up getting but that is a matter of ones own personal financial situation and opinion etc.

Overall, I'm glad these are released now and then on Steam or consoles but I can hardly recommend this for PC users where emulation for the whole experience can be had for free and sometimes done a whole lot better. Also, try hooking up and original Atari 2600, the gameplay will always be better with real hardware.
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[APG]Capitano Milano[CL]
( 7.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 29
Pros:-
>> Multiplayer support
>> Contains over 60 Atari 2600 games
>> 20 of to your favourite Arcade based games from Atari included
>> Easy-to-use GUI and menus
>> Auto save-state for when you need to take a interval break

Cons:-
>> Battlezone is NOT included on both Arcade and 2600
>> Archives appears not to be included
>> No Atari 5200 or 7800 games included
>> No options to play as Standard or Enhanced mode

This game may not match like Digital Eclipse's Atari Anthology or Atari - 80 Classic Games in One, as they include Battlezone and some of Nolan Bushnell's video archives etc. But the multiplayer support and Steam Achievements are not bad for this game.
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PersonGuy
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 28
Product received for free
I've played a lot of old Atari collections and this is one of the crazier ones. It's a pretty broad selection with several 3D arcade games I've heard about, but never played. For example, Major Havok is an insane genre mashup and is seriously worth checking out to see how ahead of its time it was. Some games are hillariously bad simulations or brain teaser quests that require you to read the manuals (which are included).

The UI is weird and bubbly, but does a nice job of labelling all the mode selection. Mouse input does ok for replacing paddle wheel controlls, but doesn't feel right in the trackball games. Overal a very well tought out and excellent preservation of the good and the bad.
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An obviously rigged election
( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 25
Old Atari games for both arcade and 2600. What more could you want?

Buy this and you will never experience video games the same way again.
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Darkendone
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 14
Its so nice that this collection is back out again and one Steam. I was lucky enough to grow up during the time these games were at the hight of their popularity. It nice to revisit memories and have the opportunity to play mulitplayer against my friends or fiends as the case may be.
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rclegion10
( 1.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 10
Not what I was expecting and there is so many better games they could have added to this then what is currently offered , I am hoping that there is new games added in the future to make it more woth it . I would not recommend this game at this time with the current list of games offered (in my opinion) . Thanks .
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 29
Pros:-
>> Multiplayer support
>> Contains over 60 Atari 2600 games
>> 20 of to your favourite Arcade based games from Atari included
>> Easy-to-use GUI and menus
>> Auto save-state for when you need to take a interval break

Cons:-
>> Battlezone is NOT included on both Arcade and 2600
>> Archives appears not to be included
>> No Atari 5200 or 7800 games included
>> No options to play as Standard or Enhanced mode

This game may not match like Digital Eclipse's Atari Anthology or Atari - 80 Classic Games in One, as they include Battlezone and some of Nolan Bushnell's video archives etc. But the multiplayer support and Steam Achievements are not bad for this game.
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 31
A great compilation but without proper controls it's just not worth it. These games were meant to be played with original hardware...paddles and joysticks. While I found the controls to be ok and solid for most games other games were pretty much unplayable (mainly the paddle oriented games).

The pricetag is also IMO slightly above what I really ended up getting but that is a matter of ones own personal financial situation and opinion etc.

Overall, I'm glad these are released now and then on Steam or consoles but I can hardly recommend this for PC users where emulation for the whole experience can be had for free and sometimes done a whole lot better. Also, try hooking up and original Atari 2600, the gameplay will always be better with real hardware.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 24
Some real classics smashed in between a bunch of stinkers.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
8.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 13
Nic Reviews #2:

This is a really fun game, dont get me wrong. But it has some problems that are evident.
1. too many dud games. there is just way to much junky games, and not enough fun games, or arcade ports. Atari shouldve talked to Namco or Midway, and try to get some of there 2600 and Arcade ports onto here.
2. there are not 100 games here. over 30 of the games are ports of the arcade versions of the games. so your getting 2 centipeds, asteroids, missile command, and others. so whne u buy this, keep in mind that yr not getting 100 games.
3. The "Museum" part of this doesnt wokr very well. In this game, u can look at the manual and stuff, or promotional stuff. well, when u try to look at a manual, it barely works, getting broken up, and is hard to read.

other than that, this is a really fun compilation of games. if u want an arcade fix at home on steam, this is what u should get it.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 28
Product received for free
I've played a lot of old Atari collections and this is one of the crazier ones. It's a pretty broad selection with several 3D arcade games I've heard about, but never played. For example, Major Havok is an insane genre mashup and is seriously worth checking out to see how ahead of its time it was. Some games are hillariously bad simulations or brain teaser quests that require you to read the manuals (which are included).

The UI is weird and bubbly, but does a nice job of labelling all the mode selection. Mouse input does ok for replacing paddle wheel controlls, but doesn't feel right in the trackball games. Overal a very well tought out and excellent preservation of the good and the bad.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
186 of 211 people (88%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Recommended
10.0 hrs on record
Posted: March 24
Wow, I am simple amazed.
ATARI has finally nailed it, the compilation is great, controls are very customizable for each title (mouse, keyboard or gamepad), including gamepad sensitivity.

I'm using a Razer Sabertooth and had no issues with controls on various games.
Ease to access a multitude of titles, including a fast access / recent played games list.
Some pluses as original boxes, manuals and other reliquia add value to the package.
Totally worth it!
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111 of 123 people (90%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 24
Why yes, I have played Atari today.

And it was amazing.

As a collection, it's a great value. Contained within the Vault are faithful emulations of the original Atari arcade games, such as Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command, and my personal favorite, Tempest. It even introduced me to a few I'd never had the chance to play, before -- Crystal Castles, Black Widow, Liberator, and Major Havoc are great fun, and I'm happy to have had the chance to try them out. Heck, even the original Pong arcade cabinet is here.

Then you have a selection of perfectly-emulated Atari 2600 games, complete with 3D models of the original boxes and scans of the original manuals, to boot. (Even the aforementioned arcade games are represented with 3D recreations of their cabinets, too!) Many of them play best with multiple people, and thankfully, Atari Vault gives you the option for not only local multiplayer, but online multiplayer as well, on top of high score leaderboards.

Controls for each game are fully customizable, from a gamepad to a keyboard. Which is great, considering that a few of these games used to be controlled with a trackball or paddle. I used a Steam Controller for most of these games, and the touch-sensitive circle pads actually worked really well for paddle controller stuff. I found it could be somewhat over-sensitive at times, requiring me to adjust the settings a lot, but it wasn't a terrible inconvenience or anything. And -- I'm not sure if this is a bug or what, but -- on a few games in particular, pressing a button that is normally bound to an action (fire, special action, etc) causes it to open the game menu AND perform the action. That proved to be rather annoying, but it only happened a couple of times to me.

As for the overall game selection? Good, for the most part. While there's a few stinkers in there -- mostly a few of those sports games, painfully-boring "learning games" intended for very young children, and I'm not sure why an intriguing but nigh-unplayable prototype of Tempest for the 2600 is stuffed in there, but yep it's there too -- a lot of them are good, simple fun, which offsets the bad. Warlords is a blast, Yars' Revenge is a classic, Millipede is great fun, and Asteroids... well, it's Asteroids. It's hard to screw up Asteroids. The arcade versions of some 2600 games are obviously the superior version, but I like playing both of them, just to take note of and enjoy the differences. Though it's definitely missing a few 2600 games I would have liked to see (no Jungle Hunt? Battlezone? Berzerk, even?), it's a great collection on its own, even if most of the better 2600 games were produced by other companies or based on licensed properties.

Criticisms? Well... emulation quality is fine, sound is okay, the menus and options are fairly easy to navigate... I suppose some of the manual scans are a bit on the fuzzy, low-res side, so it makes them kinda hard to read at times. And the "soundtrack" isn't very prevalent anywhere except the menus, where you are bound to spend essentially 5% of your overall playtime in. It sounds fine, if a little forgettable. Maybe an option to include tunes (or your own personal songs) during gameplay would be welcome? (I for one like to play the Tempest 2000 soundtrack while I'm playing Tempest, but that's just me.) These aren't serious or grating issues for me, though.

Now, despite my glowing praise, I would have to say my recommendation is "conditional", in a sense.

By all means, these games are classics, and I believe it's important to preserve and remember them. Reintroducing these titles to the newer generation is also something I enjoy the prospect of. But, well... if you aren't nostalgic for these games, then you should be aware that these are from a very different period of videogame history. These games are very simple, both in concept and design. Reading the manual is usually required. They may confuse and frustrate you as easily as they can inspire and entertain. They can potentially offer hours upon hours of enjoyment, or you can play them for five minutes and get bored. Yet, at twenty dollars for a hundred games, there's not much risk involved. Why not give it a try? Set a few high scores while you're at it, too.

TL;DR, a great collection of Atari classics and an excellent value to boot. You really can't go wrong.
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124 of 159 people (78%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 27
Disappointing execution of some classic games. The biggest issue is, sigh, as always, controls for the trackball and rotary dial games like Tempest, Warlords, Centipede, etc. It's simple, right? Map the mouse to act as a trackball or dial? It shouldn't be that hard. It ISN'T that hard, seeing as how many other pieces of software manage to do this just fine. But not Atari Vault. Either the mouse can't be set to be sensitive enough to make the game playable (even at the highest sensitivity setting) or it just flat-out doesn't work.

That said, the joystick games work just fine, either mapped to a keyboard or with a variety of gamepads. Even there, though, you cannot turn v-sync on and so most games exerpience "tearing". Just really lazy execution here. The in-menu extras like manuals and PR documents are cool, but are scanned in low-res and sometimes aren't even legible. The overall presentation is slick enough, but there wasn't enough attention paid to detail and the result is that this product feels slapped together as just another lazy appeal to nostalgia.

When will game companies give us an alternative to legally questionable means of playing these classic games? And I don't mean packages thrown together with a few games (or even 100, which is still a fraction of the number of games available for the Atari 2600 alone), but a truly viable commercial option for playing classic games? If you were hoping Atari Vault would be the first one, no dice. Save your $20 and stick with alternative options - you know what they are.
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60 of 68 people (88%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: March 25
This is what I've been looking for, for a long, long time.

Lemme just make this short, as there are 100 of these games, that everything feels so spot on.

GRAPHICS: As I boot up the game, I'm treated to an organized menu of game right from the getgo. Each game is represented by a Cabinet, complete with the original art that you would find right on the real thing. Getting into a game of Black widow to check out the graphics of one of the games, It looks exactly like how I remember it from the good ol' arcade down memory lane. You can clearly see what represents what, and best thing is: It all runs clearly on your computer screen. I ran this on a plasma screen TV, and there was no quality loss on the resolution. For other things, you also getbonus Art from the original covers, and even the Manuals for the games for newcomers, Or if you're like me, for Nostalgia-driven Nerds. Loved looking through them then, and I still love looking at them now.

SOUND: Just like I was stuck with awe at the menu, the theme for it is fantastic. Something I will never get annoyed with. Going into black widow again, the sounds are spot on. All those beeps and blips from the good ol' days are back again, and they sound fantastic. Nothing to complain about!

Gameplay: Now here's the Shining Jewel on the Golden Crown: The Multiplayer Capabilities, and the Leaderboards. The Leaderboards are just what you expect: They show all the top scores out of your friends, AND in the world. Wanna be the best? Better get crackin' at those Top scores! There's 100+ of these games, so you're in for hours of fun and hard work! And the biggest, and greatest change, is that you don't even need to be at your friends house in order to whoop him at that game of Warlords! Yup, there's ONLINE MULTIPLAYER. Me and a buddy both got the collection and tried a game of Asteroids to see the lag issue, and I can safely say there were no problems on either end. It's seamless, and it works perfectly.

Controllers are no problem, either! like using a Mouse and Keyboard? GO ahead! Xbox One controller? No problem! I spent a few minutes testing a bunch of controllers I had, including the Keyboard, Mouse, Xbone controller, A U-TRAK Arcade Trackball for Missile Command (Just for that authenticity, and my Very own USB Arcade stick, and ALL WORKED FLAWLESSLY. No input lag, not even on the trackball which I was worried about the most!


OVERALL: Guys, even if you're a Gaming Veteran like me, or even a gamer starting fresh and new, this has fun to be had. It's One hell of a collection that I myself, am glad Atari brought over.
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75 of 92 people (82%) found this review helpful
15 people found this review funny
Recommended
8.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 24
AWESOMENESS HAS LANDED , Surround and Space War 2600 , (especially DOCKING aka Space Shuttle) , 2 of the greatest 2 player games ever made , YAY !!! YES !!! with online multiplayer ^^ are the icing on a HUGE cake ! Space War note : forward is thrust , left and right are for steering only . "Shared" option on Docking is by far the best NOTE: Getting the settings wrong can impair your 2600 game experiences / if you think you can think outside the box , try playing Surround with "wrap" on / Space War is mostly better with "wrap" on , and "sun" on can liven up simple battles. DEVS HAVE FIXED initial control issues so just buy it please to swell the numbers available for multiplayer - ok can we have Williams/Midway Vault next please ?
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