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Intellivision Lives: The History of Video Gaming PS2

Intellivision Lives: The History of Video Gaming PS2

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Intellivision Lives: The History of Video Gaming for PS2 is a comprehensive and nostalgic journey through the evolution of video games. As a fan of retro gaming, I was excited to dive into this collection and relive the golden age of gaming.

One of the standout features of Intellivision Lives is the extensive library of games it offers. With over 60 classic Intellivision games, including popular titles like Astrosmash, BurgerTime, and Pitfall, there is no shortage of entertainment. The ability to play these games on a modern console like the PS2 is a fantastic way to experience the nostalgia without having to dig out old consoles and cartridges.

The game selection is not limited to just Intellivision titles. Intellivision Lives also includes a variety of bonus features, such as interviews with game developers, historical information about the industry, and even original commercials from the era. These extras provide a fascinating insight into the early days of video gaming and add depth to the overall experience.

The gameplay itself is faithful to the original versions, with the controls adapted to suit the PS2 controller. While some games may feel a bit clunky by today's standards, they still capture the essence of the era and offer a fun and challenging experience. The graphics and sound have been enhanced to look and sound better on modern televisions, but still retain the charm of the original releases.

One minor drawback of Intellivision Lives is the lack of multiplayer options. Many of the original Intellivision games were designed for two players, and it would have been great to have the option to play with friends or family. However, the single-player experience is still enjoyable and offers plenty of replay value.

Overall, Intellivision Lives: The History of Video Gaming for PS2 is a must-have for any retro gaming enthusiast. The extensive game library, bonus features, and faithful gameplay make it a fantastic trip down memory lane. While the lack of multiplayer options is a small disappointment, it does not detract from the overall experience.

Star rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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