I read a science fiction book when I was a kid, and I remember almost nothing about it, but I would like to find it again. On the off chance this bare description rings a bell with anybody, I'd appreciate the help.
Description: There's some sort of space station/colony thing. On it, there are a bunch of dormant robots, who when they were active, were really bad news. While looking through the abandoned sub-basement (or whatever you'd call an old, abandoned area) of the colony, the protagonist stumbles across one of the robots alone in an empty room.
Here's a detail that stuck particularly with me: the robot was covered in dust, even though there wasn't enough gravity to cause dust to settle, except maybe VERY slowly. So the humans figure (either now, or later in the book) that the dust was drawn to the robot electromagnetically, instead of the normal way. And as it turns out, the robot did that on purpose to make it seem like it'd been there way longer than it actually was.
Then a bunch of robots come active on the station and start breaking things and killing dudes, and that's all I remember.
I think the title was shared with an Atari 2600 game. This makes me think it was a Berserkers book, but none of the ones I've looked at seem remotely close to the premise.