Summary: This trilogy of games will bring back memories, it's too bad they may be ones you tried hard to forget.
Pros: Graphics still look good even with age; each game has been emulated flawlessly from their original versions; lad times are almost non existent; value price; still fun if you have a human opponent to play against.
Cons: Audio has not aged gracefully; controls are tight and can be unresponsive; AI is maddeningly challenging regardless of difficult setting; no extra content whatsoever; no online gameplay; little replay value beyond any of the single player modes
Excerpt: With the advent of online stores on the next-gen consoles, the old-school classics have returned to the limelight and adopted a state of nostalgic glory. And in addition to those worthwhile downloads, veteran companies like Capcom and Sega have been releasing collections of great franchises from the...
Excerpt: With the release of Art of Fighting Anthology, this is the perfect arcade port of this series of games. I can’t stress enough that these are arcade conversions and NOT console versions. For people who have only heard the name Art of Fighting will ask ‘What’s the difference?