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Not everyone cares about the early days of gaming and I'd be quick to assert that games have come a long way and traveled a good road since these titles were on the street. Even so, there is real quality here that has influenced several generations, including the folks who are making all the awesome games we enjoy today. Would there have been Halo without Commando? Maybe. But like Michael J. Fox in "Back to the Future," I wouldn't want to deny the past and screw up the future... Without imbuing these games with mystical qualities, it is safe to say that they are a must-have companion to the first compilation. No better or worse, just essential gaming history.
As far as a collection of games goes, Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded isn’t the best. There are better games that could have been included, and some games that could have been left off. But, again, the games that are on the collection that are good, are spot-on good and shouldn’t be missed for the price. Add in the fact that all of the games are on a handheld, and it helps sweeten the deal even more. But, hell. King of Dragons and the Ghost n’ Goblins games could have been the only ones on the collection and I would have still picked it up.
Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded is an impressive collection to be sure. It’s worth the asking price for Commando, the Street Fighter II games and Ghosts ‘n Goblins (and its sequels) alone and the rest are simply icing on the cake. To make it even better though, Capcom have presented the games in a nice and inviting fashion. There are no awkward menus here and the games are easily accessible. Your performance in the games is rewarded by issuing you with tokens and you can use these to play a slot machine which will give you a chance to win artwork and cheats etc.
Hands down, Capcom offers the most complete nostalgia collections available. The latest includes titles practically destined for portable systems and is well worth the price.
Despite the presence of a few flaws, there really is no reason for an old school gamer to overlook a rare gem like Capcom Collections Reloaded. The bite sized portions and sheer variety of games make this entry a must have for any casual player, frequent long distance traveler, or aspiring king of the playground.
The reason Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded is so cool is because it does a number of things well that most compilation packs normally don't. Not only does it give you a lot of information and bonuses with every game in the set, it also (as one of my colleagues once said) forces you to play each game like a man because of their various "hardcore" settings. But what else can I say? Reloaded is a solid PSP anthology that's better than its predecessor and one I'd easily recommend for old-school gaming fans everywhere.
Capcom Classics Collection: Reloaded becomes a labor of love, really; you have to have a strong appreciation for these much older games, or the real charm of the entire title will be lost on you. If all you want is Street Figher II, you'll find better collections elsewhere. However, those players who grew up wasting their time, energy, and no lack of their parents' money in places like Token Joe's, where the lights never worked but the monitors still glowed, this collection will hit just enough right notes to justify the price.
Capcom released Capcoms Classics Remixed early last year and the title has some of the best classic games around such as fan favorite Strider, Final Fight, and many others. Sadly it didn't contain other favorites like Street Fighter 2, Knights of the Round, and the entire Ghosts 'N Goblins series. Well thankfully Capcom went back into their history books and took out another chapter of old classics to be released in a whole new collection for the PSP. With a total of 19 classic titles with revamped gameplay modes from the originals Capcom is showing some love for the old school gamer in all of us.If you are a fan of the classic Capcom games or a fan of the old style games then this a great title for you.
Considering the Street Fighter II Anniversary Collection retailed at $30 with essentially only 2 games, wouldn’t be a bad idea to pick up Capcom Classics Collection for $30. After all, what old-school gamer didn’t pump at least $30 in quarters into these machines back when they were at the arcade? While it has some stinkers, the inclusion of Street Fighter and some great shooters make up for it.
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Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded is arguably more appealing than the Capcom Classics Collection Remixed. While some of the titles included may not scratch your old-school itch, the majority certainly will help you remember why you fell in love with video gaming.
While it's unfortunate that the emulation isn't perfect on the Street Fighter games, they're still playable. The support for game sharing also makes this a good package for anyone looking to play PSP games with a friend. Not every game in the collection is a winner, but there's enough here to make it worth picking up if you're a fan of the old stuff.
Capcom s'en tire relativement bien avec ses compilations. Soigné en termes d'émulation, ne posant pas de problème de prise en main notable, le seul reproche qu'on adressera à Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded concerne son catalogue de jeu assez inégal et qui aurait gagné à se concentrer sur le meilleur opus de certaines séries afin de se ménager de la place pour d'autres. Les loadings trop longs sont également pénibles.
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Aside from that glaring oversight and higher price ($30 on the PSP compared to the PS2 retail of $20), this is a worthy handheld compilation. The personal value depends on your fondness of the exclusive titles and the portability. As long as you go in with the expectation of possibly never unlocking the final few pieces of content, you'll have a decent time.
La saison dernière, Capcom remuait nos souvenirs d’enfance avec un Capcom Classics Collection Remixed plutôt appréciable et qui nous a permis de passer l’été en bonne compagnie. Cinq mois après, l’éditeur le plus recycleur de toute la planète réitère la manœuvre en nous proposant de passer l’hiver au chaud, la PSP une nouvelle fois dans les mains, afin de redécouvrir un panel de titres tous aussi cultes. On dit pas non !