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Capcom Classics Collection Remixed – Review
18 February 2013
Excerpt: Frequent readers of this site may be familiar with my pet project, the Bargain Basement. In that feature, I put a spotlight on games that don't get the amount of attention they deserve, recommending solid entertainment that can be purchased on the cheap.
Excerpt: Retro collections are an attractive prospect to more than one type of consumer, both with those who grew up playing the games looking to relive their youth, and for younger gamers who are perhaps seeking out the roots of their favourite pastime.
Excerpt: This title should have been called, "All The Quarters You Never Had," to signify how hard it was to beat these old games with the pocket change I could plead out of Mom or Dad back in the Eighties.
Excerpt: If you've been waiting for a collection of classic Capcom games to play on your PSP, wait no more. Capcom Classics Collection Remixed is exactly what it says it is: a collection of 21 titles from Capcom's illustrious history.
Summary: Fans of vintage arcade games have another
superb compilation to enjoy with the release of Capcom Classic Collection
Remixed for the PSP. This latest release includes more than 17 classic titles
ranging from the obscure to the sublime with a consistently high level of
quality and few duds.
Excerpt: As most people know, Capcom has a rich and plentiful history of games,
ranging from endless franchises to one-shots. From its start with
Vulgus in 1984, Capcom has been entertaining us with its great arcade
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Fans of old school classics will find plenty to like in Capcom Classics Collection Remixed. It features a rich and varied selection of well-emulated classic Capcom arcade titles with a decent set of options and bonus material.
Excerpt: Any compilation of old arcade games is depending on one of two things to propel sales: nostalgia or value. Capcom's recent release of Capcom Classics Collection for the Xbox and PS2 combined both of these and made the $19.99 price a ridiculous bargain.