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Halloween

 
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When I play an Atari 2600 game I expect a easygoing, simple family game. But this pushes the envelope. What with its stunning version of the classic Halloween tune. Also this game has as much violence as Texas Chainsaw Massacre, yet Texas Chainsaw massacre is more notorious for its violence. I think there is something to be said about the graphics, first of all I really enjoyed the Michael Meyers figure, it was simple and very interesting. If not for the beheading and amount of blood this could have been a children's Atari 2600 perhaps called "Tag". Anyway, there is no story or depth in this game, but what do you expect, its Atari 2600 you go for score. As for addictiveness I would not just crave to play it as I do with Halo 2600. I enjoyed the movies, and the game did not ruin it for me
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