Summary: A lovely compilation which, overall, stands up well with the games included. I only actually purchased this for Don Doko Don, but as a sucker for old skool and Taito-phile in general I'd recommend it highly.
WOW, I DIDN'T REALISE I HAVE BEEN PLAYING ON THESE GAMES THIS LONG
D. D., Amazon
1 December 2006
Summary: First things, buy this, all the games on this, because the graphics are easily produced now that games have better graphics than this, can easily be reproduced to the arcade origanals, does anybody remember front line, you have a soldier and you used to turn a circle type button to turn his gun and...
Summary: When I purchased this budget titled game, I wondered what I was letting my self in for. Luckily Taito Legends 2 turns out to be brilliant fun, with lots to get through. This compilation seems to cover a whole varity of games ranging from puzzle titles to shooters to beat-em-ups and sport.
Summary: This game is really fun and is worth buying for just two or three of these games alone. But you get nearly 40 games on this package, and although you'll probably stick to your favourites at first, you will be discovering real gems of games amongst the rest for weeks to come.
Summary: I've had the Xbox version of "Taito Legends 2" on pre-order since it was announced - for two reasons: "RayStorm" (quite possibly my favourite vertical scrolling shooter) and the sublime "G-Darius" (definitely my favourite ever horizontal scrolling shooter).