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Capcom Fighting Collection
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Content Rating: Teen
Capcom Fighting Collection features legends from Capcom's competitive arcade gaming history, faithfully reproduced to play just like they did back in the arcades! The Collection includes additional settings to improve your at-home experience, and also supports online multiplayer, so you can battle friends and opponents across the world from the comfort of your own room!
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Capcom Fighting Collection definitely doesn’t do all it could have done with a title like that (maybe we’ll get another one with the 3D games) and anyone that isn’t into Darkstalkers probably won’t be all that interested. But there are some truly great games in here that will be well worth jumping into online for.
This massive package for fight fans includes Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge, Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire, Vampire Hunter 2: Darkstalkers’ Revenge, Vampire Savior 2: The Lord of Vampire, Red Earth, Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness, Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, and Hyper Street Fighter II. <p> Battle online with players from around the world or quarter up in your own home against friends and family in local VS matches. For those looking for a solo experience, you can enjoy arcade-style gameplay, too.
I never thought we’d see love for Darkstalkers again outside of something like another Vs. Capcom game. Not only am I happy to have been wrong, but I’m glad it came in such generally high quality as Capcom has given us here in the Capcom Fighting Collection. More than that, having Red Earth, Cyberbots, and Super Puzzle Fighter alongside options like training modes, one-button specials, and other quality-of-life features is just excellent. I lament the lack of crossplay, and some might not be fond of the arcade-hard mentality of some of these games. Still, Capcom Fighting Collection is a delicious buffet of classic fighting goodness that plays quite well across the board.