When youíve had your fill of nostalgia, there are plenty of knobs to twiddle in the settings that tweak the game graphics, sound, and the surrounding visuals. The original presentation is a bit jarring on todayís widescreen equipment, but thatís emulation for you. Itís possible to stretch and adjust the play space to fit, but purists will find that a bit strange. Even with the original format itís possible here to change the art youíd have seen on the arcade cabinet itself, which is a nice touch. All of these changes are playable to keep Galaga in 2016 feeling like something in a history book. Nope, this is one youíre going to want to mess around with, and thank goodness for that opportunity.