> In the 80s and 90s, Capcom made a name for itself in the
arcades and on the NES. Back in the days of Sega
Saturn, Capcom did release 5 Capcom Generation
compilation discs to bring most of their top hits to 32-bit. Now,
they're set to release one disc featuring 22 of Capcom's
greatest arcade hits, including Final
Fight, Ghosts 'n Goblins, Mercs, 1942, Commando, Forgotten Worlds,
and the arcade Bionic Commando.
> Expect arcade-perfect conversions of all these games -- most haven't
been arcade-perfect, and some have never seen a home console before.
That's not all. Capcom will include remixed soundtracks,
game tips, enhanced control options and art galleries.
> This compilation is being ported by Digital Eclipse Software,
who have extensive experience in arcade-to-home conversions. Therefore,
it's reasonable to assume Capcom Classics Collection will
live up to all its expectations. The question is, are you an old-school
gamer or not?