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The Video Game Critic (Jun 13, 2006)
Capcom Classics Remixed automatically saves high scores, and each game includes unlockable history, tips, art, and music. With so much quality gameplay, this is really the only disk you need for your PSP.
Bordersdown (May, 2006)
In an age where Nintendo feel it is fair to repackage individual SNES games and sell them as full price releases on the GBA, this anthology is undoubtedly fantastic value for money and is one of the most convincing arguments for owning a PSP yet seen. Utterly essential.
I am impressed with the feel of the analog nub, and love that the screen can be expanded horizontally or even flipped vertically. The latter is a little weird at first, but becomes second nature. There's a lot of punching, kicking and shooting here (but no biting), but the selections each have their own hook like Legendary Wings or Speed Rumbler - a shooter where you can get out of your car - making for a great collection of favs (1941, Strider) and hidden gems like Magic Sword (shown) or Mega Twins.
If you're looking for a classic gaming compilation to play on your PSP when you're on your travels then Capcom Classics Collection Remixed comes highly recommended. The ability to play wirelessly against a friend is a nice inclusion; although we would have preferred to have had an infrastructure multiplayer option too, but that's only a minor niggle. All things considered this is a great compilation and even though it's £10 more than the Capcom Classics Collection that you can buy for the PlayStation 2, it's much better value for money than most PSP games that are available.
82 (Jul 20, 2006)
Meine Damen und Herren, bitte richten Sie Ihre geschätzte Aufmerksamkeit in Richtung CCC Remixed – das genau wie das PS2- und Xbox-Vorbild der gesammelten Konkurrenz rotzfrech zeigt, wie eine gut gemachte Retro-Kollektion auszusehen hat! Emulation, Steuerung, Komfortfunktionen, Bonusmaterial – alles durchdacht und wunderbar umgesetzt! Allerdings ist die Spielauswahl nicht ganz so hochwertig wie beim Original (bzw. der Reloaded-Version, die gegen Ende des Jahres erscheinen soll), hier warten ein paar mehr Lückenfüller auf euch – allerdings auch einige Geheimtipps, die ich nicht mehr missen möchte (allen voran Three Wonders und Captain Commando)! Jetzt hätte ich nur noch zwei Wünsche: Erstens fände ich eine DS-Version super! Und zweitens wäre es schön, wenn Capcom die gleiche Umsetzungs-Formel auch mal außerhalb der Arcade-Games anwenden – und eine Best-Of-Collection früherer Konsolenspiele entwickeln würde!
Playzone (Jun 24, 2006)
20 Capcom-Automatenspiele für die mobile Generation! Die Nostalgiker und Retro-Fans unter Ihnen sind wahrscheinlich bereits bestens mit der Capcom Classics Collection auf der PS2 vertraut. Die Remixed-Variante für die PSP enthält, wie der Name schon andeutet, eine veränderte Spieleauswahl (siehe Kasten) und dürfte vor allem die älteren Spieler unter Ihnen zum Jubeln bringen.
Extra games, superb emulation, classics and non, this is the second collection of games from Capcom that is an absolute necessity for anyone with even a mild interest in classic gaming. Aside from the frustrating deletion in Final Fight, these are accurate translations that play properly. That's the most you could ask for from any compilation, and Capcom Classics Remixed does that better than nearly all the rest on the market.
Defunct Games (Apr 18, 2006)
Capcom Classic Collection Remix manages to stuff some of their best arcade games into one concise, easy to navigate product. This is the perfect game for when you're on the road or only have a limited amount of time to play, these are easy games to pick up and put down without even breaking a sweat. But even with Strider and Captain Commando in the collection this is still without a few of Capom's greatest games, like Street Fighter II, UN Squadron and Ghouls N Ghosts. As far as I'm concerned Capcom can keep these collections coming, it's great to have all of these arcade games at the palm of my hands.
1UP (Mar 21, 2006)
Classic arcade games are really a perfect match for portable systems. Arcades have always been built around delivering immediate, no-nonsense action to encourage a high rate of quarter pumping, while handhelds are at their best when focusing on convenience and portability to keep you from wasting time on the bus watching pointless text crawls. The best games for both formats are, simply enough, the ones that deliver instant gratification with a minimum of fuss.
GameDaily (Mar 27, 2006)
Capcom's arcade history could easily read like some kind of classic novel. Sure, you've got your moments of lulling spread over a few bad games here and there, but mostly you're delving into a history loaded with fascination, with so many good titles scattered across arcade distribution that you probably might discover that you haven't played them all yet. Well, they seem to have you covered with their Capcom Classics Collection, which they debuted on the PS2 and Xbox last year to thunderous approval between fans and critics. But those who still weren't satisfied (or found one of their classic favorites to be missing) can now hush up and check out the PSP version, a diverse release in itself.
GamePro (US) (Mar 29, 2006)
Overall Capcom Classics Collection Remixed is a fairly enjoyable time, especially if you're been looking for a tight compilation title for your PSP. It's unfortunate that some of the console version titles haven't made their way to the portable version, since the inclusion of some killer titles could really have pushed this collection over the top. As it stands, you end up with a mix of average to good games, along with some classic stinkers that should have probably faded away in to obscurity.
GameSpy (Mar 28, 2006)
Add to this a robust Wi-Fi connection between players, where you can dip in and out of friends' games easily, a quartet of unlockables for each game (there's a history, tips, artwork, and music once you finish off each title), and a trailer for the eagerly anticipated new Ultimate Ghosts 'N Goblins, and you've got yourself the ultimate two-dimensional nostalgia trip. While some may moan about the "twitch," "cheap," or "shockingly similar" gameplay that you just can't get away with these days, arcade purists and those seeking a legal way to play an outstanding array of Capcom's late '80s offerings should revel in this collection.
GameSpot (Mar 21, 2006)
As you might expect, the graphics and sound of the original games are pretty much intact. The front end is straightforward and looks fine, though it definitely doesn't look flashy. That really sums up the entire package. It's a great collection of games, they're emulated well, they control fine, and they do the things you expect a classic compilation to do. If you're looking to take some of these classics on the road, you'll have a great time with Capcom Classics Collection Remixed.
PSX Extreme (Mar 27, 2006)
There honestly isn't much else that needs to be said about Capcom Classics Collection Remixed. The disc may only have six or seven legitimate classics on it, but those six games truly are milestones that stand the test of time.
Deeko (Apr 01, 2006)
While I certainly enjoyed many of the games in this iteration of the collection, the majority of the titles range from mediocre to bad. Sure, you can play some truly awesome games like Strider, Captain Commando and Magic Sword, but the ratio of good to bad games leans a bit in favor of the bad, with several suck-fests included for no apparent reason. Capcom's catalog of games is loaded with examples of gaming goodness, though this collection seems to bank on the obscure and the weak. However, though the games may not all be up to par gameplay-wise, the emulation is excellent and makes even the worst games playable.
IGN (Mar 17, 2006)
Old-school compilation packs are perfect for handheld gaming. Not only are they easy to pick up and play, ideal for nostalgia, and a great source of variety, but they're also inexpensive lessons in history that show us what paved the way for the highly-complex games we play today. When done right, these sets can be surprising sources of entertainment (the GBA versions of the Pac-Man Collection, Activision Anthology, and Namco Museum have certainly proven that). But the real question for we, the PSP owners, is, "When are we going to get that kind of high-level fun for our mobile PlayStation?"
DarkZero (2005)
All in all Capcom Classics Collection Remixed is a well put together compilation with a well presented front end to select the games from. The fact the title is on PSP also raises its appeal as it gives you the option to play classic games where and when you want. It’s not a game that is going to last you for months on end, but for any retro nuts (like me) looking for some nostalgic gaming on the move there is no better set to pick up at the moment. Now I must get back to playing Captain Commando – that sure is one underrated game! Why didn’t you release a sequel Capcom!?
PlayFrance (Sep 01, 2006)
Au final, Capcom Classics Collection Remixed est une vraie bonne surprise de l’univers du retro-gaming : en proposant une vingtaine de jeux dont beaucoup sont réellement intéressants, chacun bénéficiant d’une adaptation intelligente incluant parfois la possibilité de jouer en coopération, cette nouvelle compilation devrait pouvoir s’attirer sans mal les faveurs du public ciblé.
70 (Jul 24, 2006)
Capcom Classics Collection Remixed est probablement la plus intéressante des collections rétro à ce jour, par le choix des jeux mais surtout en raison de la période qu'elle couvre, une époque qui vieillit bien mieux que celle des années 70/80 auxquelles on nous a habitués. Pas parfaite, cette collection s'encombre de quelques problèmes de prise en main sur certains jeux, mais elle comblera les fans de Capcom, sans l'ombre d'un doute.
Boomtown (Aug 04, 2006)
Retro compilations have been around for a long time, but they're going through something of a boom at the moment from dedicated machines connected to the TV, home console collections and handheld versions like this. There are two groups pushing this boom, those that remember the games and want to revisit them (and their youth) and those that want to find out what they have missed out on in the past. Will this appeal to the two groups?
JeuxActu (Jul 27, 2006)
A l’exception de trois ou quatre titres franchement désuets, Capcom Classics Collection Remixed se distingue des autres compilations vintages par un line-up plutôt alléchant. On retrouve quelques titres de légende tels que Street Fighter, Captain Commando ou bien encore Final Fight mais également des jeux moins célèbres mais tous aussi passionnants. Evidemment, on ne passera pas des nuits blanches sur ce méli-mélo vidéoludique mais plutôt d’agréables après-midi sous le soleil, un bon jus de papaye à portée de main.
60 (UK) (Jul 28, 2006)
That's not to say there's nothing to cherish in this package - the chance to carry arcade perfect versions of Final Fight or Strider around in your pocket isn't to be sniffed at, and even the most negligible of the titles offers at least a few minutes of curious tinkering if your interests tend toward yesteryear. However, there's simply no getting away from the fact that the irritating reshuffle of titles from the console edition has left a sizeable hole in the appeal of this compilation, and the presence of a few too many relics best left buried does little to compensate. With all these eminently avoidable shortcomings in mind, and a retail price inexplicably higher than the superior PS2 version, this remix is more a frustrating missed opportunity than an outright disaster but should only be considered an essential purchase by the most dedicated retro nut.
Level 7 (Jul 31, 2006)
En diger och någorlunda varierad samling med spel med andra ord, men jämte de megaklassiker som finns i konsolversionen av spelet med samma namn känns PSP-samlingen mager. Å andra sidan passar flertalet av titlarna perfekt som bärbart, då de lätt att dra igång dem och spendera ett tiotal minuter innan man ska iväg och göra något vettigt. Något som ökar spelvärdet hos alla spel rejält är dock tvåspelarfunktionen. Har man tillgång till en PSP-spelande kompis och två exemplar av titeln är det supersimpelt att hoppa in i varandras spel och härja runt, något som gör att även de tråkigaste spelen blir riktigt roliga. Många av spelen kommer jag troligen aldrig att starta igen, men tack vare Mega Twins, Magic Sword och ett par andra kommer Capcom Classic Collection husera i min PSP ett tag framöver.
Lawrence (Apr 04, 2006)
If none of this matters to you then you're probably better off saving your money, but if the idea of looking at original concept art or joining up with another player and punching your way through Captain Commando and Final Fight or fighting terrorists with a bionic arm sounds appealing then this game is for you. The true classics are still timeless, while the rest provide at least a moderate distraction.
Level (Sweden) (Aug, 2006)
Här finns inget Mega Man, inget Ghosts n' Goblins och inte ens någon version av Street Fighter 2, bara det första Street Fighter som ärligt talat är rätt crap. På releaselistan över 2006 finns Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded med. Den här andra samlingen innehåller ytterligare en drös spel, däribland just Street Fighter II och Ghosts n' Goblins. Och tyvärr innebär det att Capcom Classics Collection Remixed känns som att dricka alldeles för utspädd saft, med löfte om ytterligare ett glas till vintern. Jag är skeptisk.