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Capcom Classics Collection - Xbox

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  • Capcom Classics Collection includes the following features -
  • Experience more than 20 groundbreaking and revolutionary games of their time on one disk
  • Hundreds of hours of nostalgic gameplay
  • Enjoy a wealth of added features including original artwork, remixed music and playing tips

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Capcom Classics Collection takes players back to the days of break dancing and waiting in endless arcade lines to see how long they can make their coveted quarter last. Spanning over 10 years of Capcom history, this anthology contains hundreds of hours of gameplay with treasured favorites including the WWII-style plane assault of '1942', defeating Metro City street gangs in 'Final Fight', rescuing Princess Guinevere against zombies and demons in "Ghosts 'n Goblins', the unforgettable title 'Commando', plus 18 other classics that everyone grew up with! All of these titles can be played in either single or two player modes while experiencing a bountiful of bonus features such as remixed soundtracks, original art and playing tips, just to name a few.

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Release date August 7, 2006
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4.2 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches; 4 ounces
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By BRADLEY R HUTSON on October 16, 2005
Platform for Display: Xbox
Here is another great compilation of more old arcade coin-op games playable on the Xbox. For a mere $19.99 you can enjoy these 22 classic games at home, in their original arcade-perfect versions! The games presented here range from 1984 to 1992. For me, "Final Fight" was worth the price of admission all by itself, as I had not played this version since it left the arcades around 1992 or so. Ever since then I was stuck with the heavily censored SNES version, until now. The Super Nintendo version was missing an entire level called "Industrial Area" and also didn't even have Guy as a playable character! The sound effects were altered too, as well as some of the food items (beer and whiskey) and enemies (no women seemed to be allowed). But it's all here now in this version, so that finally makes up for it. The other games presented here include several variations of the "Street Fighter II" and "Ghouls and Ghosts" titles, as well as some other most likely forgotten games that Capcom must have REALLY had to dig deep in the archives to find. They are all worth playing, though.

As a previous reviewer pointed out, these games are most likely NOT for the teenagers of today. Most of them are too young to remember or weren't even BORN yet when most of these games were gracing the arcades. The kids today would undoubtedly regard these games as "dumb" or something. I just have to shake my head in mild wonder when I see kids look at "Namco Museum 50th Anniversary" and yawn with boredom over "Pac-Man" and "Ms. Pac-Man" presented there. Not having suffered through the days of the Atari 2600 like myself, they just can't appreciate having these classics in original arcade versions at home like I can.
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If you were a child in the eighties and nineties, I'd be willing to bet you spent more than your fair share of quarters on old arcade cabinets when you were a kid. Capcom has several great arcade games to their name, and these range from brawlers, to shooters, to even platformers. And if names like Final Fight, Ghouls and Goblins, Gun.Smoke, and Mercs are enough to make you nostalgic, then boy are you in for a treat. This is a compilation of twenty two total arcade classics from the guys who gave us Mega Man and Mike Haggar. While Final Fight, one of the beat 'em up titans that every self respecting brawler fan should play at some point in their life, is the crowning jewel of this collection in my opinion, each of these games is great to play. And this isn't your censored, watered down Super Nintendo Final Fight, we're talking the Arcade Original, no censorship to be had.

Are these games to tough for you? Too Easy? If you don't like the default difficulty, you can lower or raise it to your liking. Some games even have an infinite credits option, and even a difficulty that can be lowered or raised. So whether you are a noob who needs a bit of help, or a total bad dude or dudette who thrives off the challenge that tough as nails games provide, CCC has you covered. The games control very well and the button layouts can be modified to your liking. Some games even have a new sound option if the original sounds don't take your fancy. The screen size can also be changed, and let me just say, Final Fight looks awesome at full screen.

I only have two small gripes with this game. First off, there are no saves, you cannot save and come back to your progress later. While this is minor, it would be nice to be able to save and leave, and pick up where I left off.
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This game only works on the original Xbox. If you try on the 360, a prompt simply tells you that it won't work. I just wanted to play the original Street Fighter 2.

The Xbox 360 Capcom Digital Collection does have some of the same games. But only 8 of them compared to the 22 on this one!
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This compilation from Capcom contains no less than 22 games some great some good and some just forgettable. I like the fact that they include a file for each game that contains artwork tips and music and cast profiles (some of this is only accessable after meeting certain tasks) Ok on to the games


1942 1943 and 1943 KAI (KAI is an updated version of 1943 eaxh game puts you in the pilots seat during WWII

FINAL FIGHT before Street Fighter there was Final Fight uncensored I think (well compared to the SNES version) Great beat em up

Ghosts n Goblins the first game in series of 3 where you play as the brave Sir Arthur

Forgotten Worlds A great shooter I had this on the megasrive (Genesis in the US) I have forgotten how hard this one is

Ghouls N Ghosts sequel to Ghosts N Goblins

Super Ghouls N Ghosts an updated version of the original GnG (I tihnk memory is a bit hazy)

SF II World Warrior Champion Editon and Hyper Fighting These games put Capcom on the map in the 90's and is the grand daddy of ALL fighting games.

The Good

Bionic Commando



The Down right Forgettable

Everything else on the disc (maybe thats just me though) I dodn't really care for the rest of the games selection. For 20 bucks you get quite a bit but I wish I had rented this first (I have already beaten Final Fight twice since getting this today) Some of these games are really showing there age though and will unfortunatly look even more rediculous once the next gen of consoles arrive. I can only recommend this as a rental for others I'm pretty sure I'll be trading this one in soon.
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