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Capcom Classics Collection: Reloaded review (PSP)
2 July 2008
Excerpt: If you’re dying for a Capcom Classics Collection, you should pick up the one subtitled Remixed , and not the subject of this review, the one subtitled Reloaded. That’s my best advice after having played both.
Excerpt: Capcom got it all wrong. This isn't an arcade compilation. It's actually a simulation of what it would have been like to have had a rich Daddy back in the 80's. Unlimited quarters... Lordy knows I never had enough of a budget to see the end of these games, so this collection is perfect for me.
Excerpt: It's official, I must have had superpowers in the late '80s and early '90s. How else could I have possibly completed Capcom's vertical shooter 1943 without breaking a sweat - let alone racking up thousands of pounds worth of debt in lost 10ps.
Excerpt: Genre: Arcade/Compilation Publisher: Capcom Developer: Capcom Release Date: October 24, 2006 Arcades are a big part of my childhood. Despite living in a relatively rural area where a PlayChoice10 was considered a fairly big deal and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was met with cheers and buckets of...
Conclusion: Then come the vertical scrolling war shooters of and it's sequel, . Both games offer a similar style of game, with players running up the screen and single handedly taking on the entire enemy army - well, double-handedly on Commando or triple-handedly on Mercs, if you have the friends.
Excerpt: Looking fondly back on the last thirty years of gaming, one can only express a profound sense of amazement when they notice the differences between portable consoles of the previous generations, and the current ones existing today.
Excerpt: As I said in my review for Capcom Classics Collection Remixed Remixed Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded Vulgus Eco Fighters Street
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