Why are people buying this old Atari classic?
This game was probably not worth much money back in the day.
And yet, I’ve played it so many times that I can’t tell you what to buy it for, except to say that it’s pretty darn cool.
This is the best arcade game of the ’80s, in my opinion.
And I’m not just talking about the game’s original arcade mode.
This game had a lot of fun and was incredibly entertaining to play.
The arcade mode was a great way to get the arcade experience back to the classic feel, but there was a lot more to this game than just arcade.
The game had lots of different modes to choose from.
The one I like the most is “Master Mode.”
In Master Mode, you control your hero in a very familiar manner.
You can change your costume and weapons from the main menu, and you can choose to be a soldier, or a robot.
But the biggest thing that makes this mode so fun is the ability to customize your character.
There are a ton of different skins for different characters, including different faces, different hair styles, different eyes, and a whole bunch of different items to customize.
This mode is very much an arcade mode, and if you’re familiar with arcade games, you can feel free to pick and choose from the dozens of skins and styles you can find in the game.
The one thing that I love about this mode is the customization.
You pick the game and the characters you want to play as, and then you customize your avatar and weapon to your liking.
This allows you to do cool stuff like customize your weapons and skins, and even make a whole new character with your own favorite outfits and weapons.
I love the customization aspect of Master Mode because it’s fun to experiment with different outfits and gear.
I don’t think it’s fair to compare this game to the rest of the series, but I do think it deserves a lot.
The original arcade version was great, and the arcade version is definitely one of the best.
It has a lot to offer, even though it’s old and boring.
I think this is one of those games that is still a staple for people to play in their living rooms.