Activision Anthology for XBOX?

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  1. Jeff Adkins

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    I'm brand new to XBOX. I've been looking around for anything similar to the Activision Anthology like they have for PS2. I've read about a Remix Edition coming out but the news article didn't specifically say whether or not it would be available for XBOX. Anyone have any info?

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    From what I've read the Activision Anthology remix is only available for the PC/Mac with no plans for a console release thus far. Maybe they are waiting to see how well the first Anthology does over time before giving us the remix (which has like, 30 more games in it). You could always try Midway's Arcade Classics (which I own for XBox) and is excellent. It has Joust, Defender, Paperboy, Satan's Hollow, Gauntlet, Robotron and many other classic and not-so classic games. And Intellivision Lives! is coming for the console next month.
     
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    Alana brought up Midway Treasures but dont forget Namco Museum: Pac-Man, Ms Pac Man, Galaga, DigDug, Pole Postion 1 & 2, Galaxia etc.

    Its currently out and can be found for $20 methinks.
     
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    Namco Museum is OK but they really held out on providing enough content for it. There should have been no less than 20 games on that disc, so I didn't pick it up and have actually forgotten about it. If it can be found for about $10 used I think it would be worth checking out though. Pac-Man is always a classic worth revisiting.
     

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