The Atari 2600 and the Atari 7800 are both among the most iconic machines ever made, and many of the games on them are still popular today.
It seems like the industry is always looking for a way to revive these classic titles.
We asked our favorite old game developers and programmers to pick out the classics that still hold up today.
Atari 2600 game: “Mortal Kombat”The Atari 2600 is known as the “godfather of video games” for its arcade-style arcade games and the ability to create your own fighting games.
Mortal kombat is arguably the best arcade game ever made and was considered one of the best fighting games ever made at the time.
It was also one of many games released for the Atari 2600 console.
The game has been ported to consoles like the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 4.2.
Atari 7500 game: Star Wars Battlefront”The classic Star Wars game, which debuted in 1977, is still one of gaming’s most popular games.
The game’s sequel, Star Wars Battlecruiser, debuted in 2017.3.
Atari 8-bit game: The Super Nintendo”The Super Nintendo was arguably the most influential console of its generation.
It brought home many of Nintendo’s best selling games, including Super Mario Brothers, Donkey Kong Country, Metroid Prime, and Mario Kart.
It also introduced the concept of the “Mushroom Kingdom” and introduced the “Star Wars Theme Park.”4.
Atari Lynx game: Final Fantasy VII”The Final Fantasy series is one of Nintendo Power’s 100 Greatest Games of All Time.
Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, and Final Fantasy IV are some of the most popular Final Fantasy games of all time.5.
Atari Jaguar game: Sonic the Hedgehog”Sonic was one of several Sonic games to be released for a Sega Saturn, a platform Nintendo’s first home console.
The series, which ran from 1993-2001, has become a massive success for Sega and the Sonic franchise.
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