Atari flashback Switch Dec 4th 150 games with online 40$

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#1 Edited by KBFloYd (21042 posts) -

https://www.atari.com/games/atari-flashback-classics-switch/

GAMES LIST:

1. 3-D Tic-Tac-Toe 2600

2. A Game of Concentration 2600

3. Adventure 2600

4. Adventure II 2600

5. Air Raiders ™ 2600

6. Air-Sea Battle 2600

7. Aquaventure 2600

8. Armor Ambush ™ 2600

9. Asteroids 2600

10. Asteroids Arcade

11. Asteroids 5200

12. Asteroids Deluxe Arcade

13. Astroblast ™ 2600

14. Atari Baseball Arcade

15. Atari Basketball Arcade

16. Atari Football Arcade

17. Atari Soccer Arcade

18. Atari Video Cube 2600

19. Avalanche Arcade

20. Backgammon 2600

21. Basic Math 2600

22. Basketball 2600

23. Black Widow Arcade

24. Blackjack 2600

25. Bowling 2600

26. Brain Games 2600

27. Breakout 2600

28. Canyon Bomber 2600

29. Canyon Bomber Arcade

30. Casino 2600

31. Centipede 2600

32. Centipede Arcade

33. Centipede 5200

34. Championship Soccer 2600

35. Checkers 2600

36. Chess 2600

37. Circus Atari 2600

38. Code Breaker 2600

39. Combat 2600

40. Combat 2 2600

41. Countermeasure 5200

42. Crystal Castles 2600

43. Crystal Castles Arcade

44. Dark Cavern ™ (Night Stalker) 2600

45. Demons to Diamonds 2600

46. Desert Falcon 2600

47. Destroyer Arcade

48. Dodge ‘Em 2600

49. Dominos Arcade

50. Double Dunk 2600

51. Fatal Run 2600

52. Final Legacy 5200

53. Fire Truck/Smokey Joe Arcade

54. Flag Capture 2600

55. Football 2600

56. Frog Pond 2600

57. Frogs and Flies 2600

58. Golf 2600

59. Gravitar 2600

60. Gravitar Arcade

61. Hangman 2600

62. Haunted House 2600

63. Holey Moley 2600

64. Home Run 2600

65. Human Cannonball 2600

66. International Soccer ™ 2600

67. Liberator Arcade

68. Lunar Lander Arcade

69. Major Havoc Arcade

70. Maze Craze 2600

71. Maze Invaders Arcade

72. Micro-gammon 5200

73. Millipede 5200

74. Millipede 2600

75. Millipede Arcade

76. Miniature Golf 5200

77. Miniature Golf 2600

78. Missile Command 5200

79. Missile Command 2600

80. Missile Command Arcade

81. Monte Carlo Arcade

82. MotoRodeo 2600

83. Night Driver 2600

84. Off the Wall 2600

85. Outlaw 2600

86. Pong Arcade

87. Pool Shark Arcade

88. Quadrun 2600

89. Race 2600

90. Radar Lock 2600

91. Realsports Baseball 5200

92. Realsports Baseball 2600

93. Realsports Basketball 5200

94. Realsports Basketball 2600

95. Realsports Boxing 2600

96. Realsports Football 5200

97. Realsports Football 2600

98. Realsports Soccer 2600

99. Realsports Tennis 5200

100. Realsports Tennis 2600

101. Realsports Volleyball 5200

102. Realsports Volleyball 2600

103. Red Baron Arcade

104. Return to Haunted House 2600

105. Saboteur 2600

106. Save Mary 2600

107. Sea Battle ™ 2600

108. Secret Quest 2600

109. Sentinel 2600

110. Sky Diver Arcade

111. Sky Diver 2600

112. Slot Machine 2600

113. Slot Racers 2600

114. Space Attack™ 2600

115. Space Duel Arcade

116. Spacewar 2600

117. Sprint Arcade

118. Sprint Master 2600

119. Star Raiders 5200

120. Star Raiders 2600

121. Star Strike™ 2600

122. Starship 2600

123. Steeplechase 2600

124. Stellar Track 2600

125. Street Racer 2600

126. Stunt Cycle 2600

127. Sub Commander 2600

128. Super Baseball 2600

129. Super Breakout 5200

130. Super Breakout 2600

131. Super Breakout Arcade

132. Super Bug Arcade

133. Super Challenge ™ Baseball 2600

134. Super Challenge ™ Football 2600

135. Super Football 2600

136. Surround 2600

137. Sword Fight™ 2600

138. Swordquest: Earthworld 2600

139. Swordquest: Fireworld 2600

140. Swordquest: Waterworld 2600

141. Tempest 2600

142. Tempest Arcade

143. Video Olympics 2600

144. Video Pinball 2600

145. Warlords 2600

146. Warlords Arcade

147. Wizard 2600

148. Xari Arena 5200

149. Yars’ Return 2600

150. Yars’ Revenge 2600

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#3 Posted by Sevenizz (2176 posts) -

Not a bad collection - but I bet it’ll be full priced whereas I know the X1 version is digital and much, much cheaper.

Personally, I bought the latest Flashback Gold console because you simply cannot be engaged in a 2600 game without an Atari Joystick.

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#4 Edited by KBFloYd (21042 posts) -

@Sevenizz said:

Not a bad collection - but I bet it’ll be full priced whereas I know the X1 version is digital and much, much cheaper.

Personally, I bought the latest Flashback Gold console because you simply cannot be engaged in a 2600 game without an Atari Joystick.

right,

xbox1/ps4 already got something similar but it was released in two volumes. each one costs 20$. so thats 40$ for both.

atari flashback vol 1 and atari flashback volume 2. however each one only had 50 games. so thats 100 games total for 40$.

BUT

switch has 150. thats 50 more ;-) and only 40$. so you get 50 more games for same price.

edit: oh and as for playing with an atari controller... yea thats pretty cool but the convenience of having them on your console is pretty nice too. they play fine with a dpad.

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#5 Posted by Sevenizz (2176 posts) -

@KBFloYd: While I don’t know about the ps4 version, the X1 title is regularly discounted. It’s probably on sale now.

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#6 Posted by KBFloYd (21042 posts) -

@Sevenizz said:

@KBFloYd: While I don’t know about the ps4 version, the X1 title is regularly discounted. It’s probably on sale now.

with less games?

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#7 Posted by Sevenizz (2176 posts) -

@KBFloYd: Not less games. This Switch version is all three volumes that have already been on competing consoles for about a year. Each volume costs 14.99 so in total it’ll cost about $45.00 for the library. It’ll most likely discount tomorrow or sometime around the holidays.

In essence, this is the same product and value competing consoles already have.

I would like to know where you cane up with that $40 price point though.

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#8 Edited by KBFloYd (21042 posts) -

@Sevenizz said:

@KBFloYd: Not less games. This Switch version is all three volumes that have already been on competing consoles for about a year. Each volume costs 14.99 so in total it’ll cost about $45.00 for the library. It’ll most likely discount tomorrow or sometime around the holidays.

In essence, this is the same product and value competing consoles already have.

I would like to know where you cane up with that $40 price point though.

target and gamespot have it.

https://www.target.com/p/atari-flashback-classics-nintendo-switch/-/A-54215371?ref=tgt_adv_XS000000&AFID=google_pla_df&fndsrc=tgtao&CPNG=PLA_Video%2BGames%2BShopping_Brand&adgroup=SC_Video%2BGames&LID=700000001170770pgs&network=g&device=c&location=9030957&gclsrc=aw.ds&ds_rl=1246978&ds_rl=1248099&ds_rl=1246978&ref=tgt_adv_XS000000&AFID=google_pla_df&CPNG=PLA_Video+Games+Shopping_Brand&adgroup=SC_Video+Games&LID=700000001170770pgs&network=g&device=c&location=9030957&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI4sGFtp3p3gIVZRh9Ch21owxGEAQYASABEgK75fD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

https://www.gamestop.com/nintendo-switch/games/atari-flashback-classics-switch/169919

on physical media vol1,2,3 will cost 60$ on xbox one. 20$ each volume. also its 3 different cases. switch is all in 1 cart so less space consuming also.

switch is actually the better buy in this case

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#9 Edited by Sevenizz (2176 posts) -

@KBFloYd: Not if you don’t want to buy a Switch.

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#10 Posted by Eikichi-Onizuka (9152 posts) -

I will probably get this if it's not a limited print run. Between what I spent on BF/Pokemon bundle recently, and Smash coming out the same week there's no way I'll get it at release.

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#11 Posted by Solaryellow (4481 posts) -

Years ago there was either an Atari or Activision compilation on the PSP and it was a great melody of games and bonus features that included old commercials for the games. If this one offered the same features, I'd buy it ASAP but I'm sure it doesn't.

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#12 Posted by ZmanBarzel (1502 posts) -

@Solaryellow: Not sure about that one, but the Atari and Williams/Midway collections for PS1 were chockablock with extra features like video interviews. Oh, and then there was the Activision anthology on PS2/XB that used a teen’s bedroom as the central hub, complete with period-accurate music like Missing Persons’ “Words.”

Wish publishers could bring some of this back, instead of just another barebones release.

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#13 Posted by CrimsonBrute (25228 posts) -

@Sevenizz: Settle down. why don't you take this over to System Wars?