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Midway Arcade Origins

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11/13/2012
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Midway Arcade Origins review (PlayStation 3)

Reviewed December 22, 2012

Jason Venter says: "If you grew up around arcades, Midway Arcade Origins is likely to disappoint you because many of the games simply don’t control the way you remember. Home conversions did a great job of making the classic arcade titles function on inferior hardware, and yet these new releases abandon that refinement in favor of ill-advised faithfulness to old code that no longer matches contemporary hardware."
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