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Megamania (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Tags: Shooter
Developer: Activision
More Platforms: Atari 5200


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Megamania review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "When we think of things that make a video game different from most others, we typically think of something to do with its gameplay. There are always exceptions, however, and Megamania proves that. Space shooters were a dime a dozen back in the Atari 2600's heyday; they were standing on top of the world and still looking up. That was back when the majority of gamers actually enjoyed fun games that had a basic premise, no music, and graphics that were nothing to brag about. "
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