Summary: How much would you pay for nostalgia? That's the question you need to ask yourself before shelling out 10 bucks for this game. I have fond memories of huddling around the double-screen cabinet at my local, dark, dirty arcade waiting for my chance to jump in and play this game.
Summary: I have great memories of playing this game as a little kid with my cousin and my sister. We spent many hours working that machine. When I first picked up the 360 and started trying out the demo games, my first thought was "Where is the X-Men Arcade game?".
Summary: I remember having to wait to play this game back in the arcades. It's certainly a great to finally not have to worry about waiting in line, or having enough quarters to play through the whole game. I love classic brawlers, and this one is pretty good.
Summary: Loved this game in the arcades as a kid, but this XBLA release is an awful, cheap cash-in. A bloated 800 MS Points ($10) asking price for a 17-year old arcade port that offers nothing new in the way of additional levels, characters, graphical overhauls or bonus features.
Summary: An arcade perfect version of a 90's classic. it allows you to either play the US or Japan version of the game, as well as up to 6 players online or locally. this was way overdue, and by itself is as good as any retro collection out there on the market today.