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Tecmo Classic Arcade will bring back original, classic arcade Tecmo titles like Tecmo Bowl, Ryga, Solomon's Key, Bomb Jack, Tecmo Cup, Pleiads, Senjyo, Star Force, Swimmer, Strato Fighter, and Pinball Action. One thing that doesn't disappoint is Tecmo's attention to emulation detail. The games run at full speed and don't drop any frames. The gallery option gives you a few pages of side art, marquee images, sales sheets, and other tidbits of artwork from Tecmo's past.
Finally, all of the old school favorites from Tecmo are back and available in a compilation for the Xbox, featuring the original football favorite, Tecmo Bowl!
Games are what you expect. Tecmo bowl is the arcade version not NES version. I think a lot of people think it is the old Tecmo Bowl from the NES system. Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by Eric Schurley
Did the only reason you people purchase this game and give it poor reviews just for Tecmo Bowl? Wow, you missed out on a lot. Read morePublished on March 24, 2008 by ACEMAN1
If you grew up on coin-op games, you'll love this compilation.The classic football game Tecmo Bowl is included.Published on January 18, 2007 by C. Thomas
Even though I only paid $5 for this game, and I did so with a free gift certificate for amazon, it is worthless garbage. Read morePublished on November 30, 2006 by N. Aounallah
This is not the Tecmo bowl that everyone loves. This is a compelation of aweful games that are not entertaining at all. Read morePublished on October 10, 2006 by Christopher Quinn