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7.5 out of 10

Capcom Arcade Cabinet

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DreadLordAvatar, Metacritic
16 November 2013
  • Summary: Really fantastic interface, beautiful music (lobby), and design brings back all my fond memories of Capcom's glorious arcade days. It includes Black Tiger for free which is nice. I haven't bought any of the other games yet, but they need to bring out all their CPS-1 games to this hope they do soon, really want Forgotten Worlds, Ghouls'nGhosts, Magic Sword, Punisher, Captain Commando. Sharing highscores over the world is pretty sweet.
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stepneg, Metacritic
17 July 2013
  • Summary: I bought this in a sale for half price and still feel ripped off, there's a couple of good ones amongst the dross but it's just not worth the money for the low amount of entertainment it provides.
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SirMauz, Metacritic
30 April 2013
  • Summary: Unless you really love buying tons of crap to get a jewel, don't waste your cash here. The 5 DLC's so far are a really badly mixed bag of good games and garbage. I'm getting pretty sick of this mess, and I didn't even buy it, my WIFE did, because, da da da daaaa Capcom.
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RidleayRomero, Metacritic
6 March 2013
  • Summary: Like most other people I enjoy Capcom arcade games, simple to play, easy to die, sucks all your quarters out of your pockets. Now there is this collection of all their best arcade games (minus all the fighting games) that probably built the company into the empire that it is today. For the release they give us Avenger, 1943, and Black Tiger; the underrated of the bunch. Beat-em-up, shooter, and adventure.
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