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Capcom Classic Collection Remixed

version: usa - year: 2006 - developer: digital eclipse - publisher: capcom - format: psp, umd disk - condition: good - rarity: common

2o great games to choose from with all kinds of cool extras. The art gallery often includes scanned arcade flyers and rare artwork, while the music select option is just awesome!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Review - Remixed came out before reloaded but believe it or not it is way superior.

Not only loading times are much faster, but there are a lot of nice unlockable extras such as tips, art galleries and music. Every game also includes a short 'history' summary which gives valuable information on all games.

The games included are the following:

1941: Counter Attack
Avengers
Bionic Commando
Black Tiger
Block Block
Captain Commando
Final Fight
Forgotten Worlds
Last Duel
Legendary Wings
Magic Sword
Mega Twins
Quiz & Dragons
Section Z
Side Arms: Hyper Dyne
The Speed Rumbler
Street Fighter
Strider
Three Wonders
Varth

I particularly enjoyed playing Black Tiger, Bionic Commando, Forgotten Worlds and Section Z. Some of these games never really got a decent home release too, so I would say that this complilation provides great value for money.

Again, there are several video modes to pick from, which scale the graphics making them look a bit pixellated unfortunately.

The tate mode is also present and works wonders on the psp screen.

There is also the possibility to adjust the difficulty settings of all games, making them easier if needed. It is good to keep in mind that some of these early arcade games were sadisctically hard. For example, no matter how much I tried but...I could not complete Legendary Wings!!

Bottom line: This compilation is well worth it and is much better than Capcom Classic Collection Reloaded.9/10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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