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Activision Anthology

Activision Anthology (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Compilation
Developer: Contraband


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Activision Anthology review

Reviewed January 31, 2004

Jason Venter says: "Activision was kind enough to include scans of original instruction manuals, and it's fun to see the lame covers that decorated these early classics, if you're not lucky enough to own them yourself. Not only that, but I guess back in the day there were patches you could earn for good gameplay. Those are included here, too, and you can unlock them the same as always: by kicking butt and taking names."
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