Dan Polydoris from The Chicago Toy Collector toyed with classic 80s Kenner Star Wars figures and reforged them as a set of Atari characters, similar to what you can see on the boxes.
“One more game. Ok, no. Last round. Damnit. Ok...that one didn’t count.”
When it released in 1980, computer voice compression cost around $1,000 per word. Berzerk spoke about 20, and it was a sensation. Gorf and later Wizard of Wor likewise used speech synthesis to heckle players.
If you can steel yourself for a post-modern jumble of space exploration and robotic sing-song, Upside Down Cake's "Star Strike" offers a neat walk through Atari antiquity. Some of these games certainly deserve the homage.