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In your youth did you spend many wasted hours thrusting ten pences into the arcades? Well, relive those times with an ultra modern remake of arcade classics from yester-year. Easy to learn, amazingly addictive, hard to master, great fun for all the family to enjoy. 8 PS2 Games on 1 Disc - Games include: Bounce n Break Gobbler Laser Command Roids Bubble Puzzle Hopper Light Racer Galaxy Wars

Platform: Sony Playstation 2  Players: 2   Co-op: No  Release Date: 05/12/2004  Publisher: Phoenix Games  Developer: Aqua Pacific Ltd

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Retro Review: Persona 4

You asked for it, and here it is!

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Retro City Rampage DX Review

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