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Capcom Classics Mini Mix

by Capcom
Game Boy Advance
Teen
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews) 66 / 100

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  • In Bionic Commando, you'll swing into action to fight the evil BADDs and Generalissimo KILLT to rescue your pal Super Joe. The hero's bionic arm allows him to navigate levels by latching onto and swinging across various parts of the environment. Use your new mobility to collect weapons, avoid enemies and save the day!
  • Strider gives you control of Hiryu, one of a secret society called Striders -- infiltration specialists who battle to keep the world safe from evil. Using his Cypher sword and unique moves, he'll take on the deadliest mission possible -- elimination of a fellow Strider.
  • Mighty Final Fight brings back the classic beat-em-up action of Final Fight, but with a twist. Choose one three fighters and embark on a quest through Metro City to rescue Haggar's daughter, Jessica, from the Mad Gear gang. The super deformed character designs and more comical style add a new dimension to the classic fighting action.

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  • ASIN: B000GLS3AM
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 1.2 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 19, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,351 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Capcom Classic Mini Mix blends three great gaming hits together -- putting them together on one game cartridge. All three have been faithfully recreated and are available to play in either the original aspect ratio or stretched to fill the handheld's widescreen display. Play Bionic Commando, Strider and Mighty Final Fight -- three old-school favorite brought back on a modern system!

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Recommend to avoid. November 8, 2006
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
At $20 you'll pay too much if you elect to buy this. The three games are ported pretty much intact, and that's the problem--NES Strider already suffered from crippling programming bugs, hit detection, lame control and slowdown. For some reason, the processing power of the GBA magnifies rather than corrects this--the game is constantly slowing down to a crawl.

Mighty Final Fight is good enough for what it is, but the SD characters come off as too small and dumpy on a tiny portable screen and the play mechanics feel really cheap most of the time, which compromises its fun factor somewhat.

Bionic Commmando comes off the best, but is hobbled slightly by the tiny screen dimensions--to play the game well, you need to be able to see your bionic arm clearer than you're able to and it really makes for frustrating play.

On top of all that, the sheer laziness of the conversions--especially compared to the PSP compilaion leaves a bad taste in my mouth. They could have done so much more with this, unfortunately the will wasn't there and was tossed onto the dying GBA with hardly an afterthought. And very much feels it too.

Avoid it like the plague and hope they do a better compilation on the DS someday.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great if you get it cheap like I did. October 29, 2009
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This is a good pick up for your GBA system or even if you have DS/DS Lite. These three games all came out originally on the NES when I was a mere kid. 2 of which I actually had being Strider and Bionic Commando. These two games are well worth picking up alone but you also get Mighty Final Fight which is pretty cool to.

When its all said and done you are getting three great games and thats pretty much the whole charm of the game cartridge. Bionic Commando had challenging gameplay but was my 2nd favorite NES game of all time so playing this again in 2009 is a treat since my NES died around 2000. Strider was a good game also but kind of got old fast after a while. Good thing is though it used a password system which easily ups its worth. The graphics in Strider were pretty amazing for the time with some catchy music. Mighty Final Fight is a very good beat em up and I have no complaints about it.

These are the type of games you are going to play more than once. The length of each game might not be all that long (a few hours for each depending on how good you are ). But like I said these are the type of games that are just fun to pick up and play and thats what makes for good replay value.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Half decent compilation that could have been much better September 21, 2006
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
With the release of GBA games dwindling ever so much, it's nice to get a compilation cartridge from Capcom, even if it's only a half decent one. Capcom Classics Mini Mix features the old 8-bit Nintendo versions of Strider, Bionic Commando, and Mighty Final Fight; all of three of which are worthy distractions for the most part. Longtime gamers will no doubt be familiar in one way or another with the three titles; all of which are emulated near perfectly from their NES counterparts, even the lag time and glitches from the NES Strider are here, and it's still the best game in this collection. Though the 16-bit Genesis version was far superior, the version of Strider we get here isn't bad at all, and is a fun platforming adventure. Bionic Commando is pretty different from the arcade game (which is available on the home console Capcom Classic Collection Vol. 1) but fun nontheless. Mighty Final Fight on the other hand isn't as fun as the original, classic brawler. Taking the original game and characters and shrinking them down to ultra-deformed, anime-like fighters, the game just doesn't retain the feel of the original Final Fight game. The biggest gripe of this compilation is that Capcom could have easily thrown in another game or two to go along with these three. If they wanted to stick with old NES games, then any of the Mega Man games or even the rare Street Fighter 2010 would have been welcome here, as would any of Capcom's older arcade titles (1942, Street Fighter 2, Mercs, or Forgotten Worlds) which would have been easily handled on the GBA. Not to mention, some extras would have been nice as well, but at the bargain price, I can't complain too much. All in all Capcom Classics Mini Mix is worth a look for longtime gamers who remember these games, but whether it's worth picking up will be up to you.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Quality Game June 5, 2014
By Jonas
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It was a fine game that played really well. Great choice if you want 3 classic games to play with
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4.0 out of 5 stars Classic games in a mediocre port September 22, 2012
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game collects three classic NES games into one cartridge. The port leaves something to be desired, as the graphics are just slightly squished in a strange way. Also, there isn't any save function; admittedly, that's the way it was on the NES, but I was expecting something better for a modern release.

As for the games: Bionic Commando is worth the price of admission alone. Your character traverses various 2D platforming levels in a one-man invasion of enemy territory. The run-and-gun gameplay is a bit like Mega Man, but the catch is the bionic arm; this is an amazing method of travel, superbly executed, and the game forces you to learn it and love it. Strider is kind of obscure and seems, if not buggy, a bit shakily executed; but it's fun if you get into it. You run, jump and hit people with your sword, exploring levels and solving a poorly-translated mystery. Mighty Final Fight is a lot like Final Fight, only slightly more cutesy. It's a beat-em-up in the mold of Double Dragon or Streets of Rage; you wander from left to right, attacking enemies until they blink out and vanish.

I know there's a Game Boy version of Bionic Commando, but I don't know how good it is. If you want classic games on a portable system, you could certainly do a lot worse than this.
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