CGR Undertow - HALO 2600 for Atari 2600 Video Game Review





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Published on Sep 14, 2010

Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow video game review of Halo 2600 for Atari 2600. This homebrew Atari 2600 title was developed by Ed Fries and released by AtariAge. Paying homage to the Halo series, this action-adventure game was actually produced by the man who was in charge of bringing Bungie Studios under Microsoft's control. So it is safe to say that Ed Fries knows a thing or two about the Halo universe! This CGR Undertow review feature video gameplay of Halo 2600 as well as some game commentary.

Comments • 218

Gideon Waxfarb
I think I'd rather play this than any other version of Halo.
InZayne Gaming
the last boss was a profit i think
David Hamill
nice spelling hha
who cares dont need to play it this game is still better than COD
I miss this channel. :(
Christopher Blair
It's like a spiritual successor to Berzerk. What's not to love?
They had Halo before xbox?
Daniel Ziltener
+therock3314 It was a third-person shooter at first, targeting the Dreamcast and Mac, then they shifted to Mac, and finally, in the form of an FPS, to the XBox.
Scarphace 84
yeah it was being developed for Apple Mac's but microsoft bought them out 
how can he say that this game is better then halo 3
ikr Halo 3 was amazing
adam ford
And I said you never reviewed home brews, my bad!
Nick Varville
This game is awesome! It plays so well and feels like a long lost classic from the 80s.
A screen that isn't mirrored vertically. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE?!
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