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  • Summary: (Also known as "Capcom Classics Collection Volume 2") Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded offers arcade classics which can all be enjoyed alone or via multiplayer using the PSP system's wireless ad hoc mode. Game sharing abilities not only pushes Reloaded over the compilation echelon, but presents the opportunity to be challenged just like the good ole arcade days. For those wanting to experience the games in their original presentation, the screen settings can be changed to suit just that. Relive Capcom's history and savor bonus features by earning credits towards Reloaded's themed slot machine to unlock a buffet of goods including original art, playing tips and secret codes. More than 15 arcade-perfect classics on a single UMD including Eco Fighers, King of Dragons, and Knights of the Round. A wealth of added features including game history, playing tips, original artwork, and new secret codes. Customizable controls to suit any gaming style. [Capcom] Collapse
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  1. An absolute must for any retro gamer or PSP owner.
  2. The fact that this UMD contains faithful versions of "Street Fighter II", which single-handedly established the modern fighting genre, and its two "upgrades," Champion Edition and Hyper Fighting, makes it worth the price of admission alone. [Dec. 2006, p.77]
  3. Great value in terms of quantity and quality - unlike some retro collections that surround one or two perfect games with several bad ones (think EA Replay), this is not the case here.
  4. Depending on what you're expecting from this backward-looking game, you’ll find its limited number of genres to be either repetitive due to minor changes between titles or reminiscent thanks to including all series updates, large and small.
  5. There's certainly plenty of nostalgia to be had here - and for the money you can't really complain about a compilation that been created with a great deal of care - but sadly Capcom Classics Reloaded offers only a snapshot of what retro gaming offers.
  6. An entertaining if shallow compilation of some genuine classics that's well worth a punt at 20 quid. [Christmas 2006, p.92]
  7. Lot's to play, but you won't really want to play all of it. [Christmas 2006, p.98]

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  1. Assimov
    May 18, 2007
    Another Capcom compilation, with a superb classic: The Ghost'nGoblins Family. This make the compilation a must have for retro lovers. Other worthy games like 1942, 1943. For me, Streer Fighter II is not interesting having tekken in the PSP because I'm not a 2D fighter fan. Not better, than Remixed collection but Ghost n Goblins is so great (and difficult). Expand