Capcom Classics MINI Mix

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  1. Joe Moore

    Joe Moore Is Not Jim... Administrator

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    Bionic Commando on the NES was freaking awesome!
     
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    This is great and all, but I want my Megaman Collection dammit!
     
  4. artiepants

    artiepants Just over here punching Unicron.

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    I LOVED stryder and Bionic comando! gotta wonder thoug, how much of this stuff will be available for download once the Wii comes out...
     
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    Razorclaw Are ya gonna draw pistols

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    God, I love Capcom games. I remember as a kid games I used to play were 50% Capcom games, other 40% Neo Geo and the 10% misc. games.
    Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom, Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara, Magic Sword, King of the Dragons, Warriors of Fate, Punisher, Aliens vs. Predator are my most beloved arcade games. Thank god for Callus, MAME and roms.
     
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    Strider and Mighty Final Fight are tough to find! All three are awesome games. It's great that they're getting re-released.
     
  7. Gryph

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    I used to have both of those. Just a few of the games I regretted selling.
     
  8. KidDynamite

    KidDynamite don't know nothing Veteran

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    Strider was one of my favorite games as a kid. I loved how they expanded so much on the arcade version. Unfortunately I went back and tried to play through it again about a year ago and I don't think it has held up very well over time.

    Bionic Commando, on the other hand, was every bit as good as I remember it, and actually a little MORE fun than I remembered it being. I remember thinking it was too hard as a kid, but I tore through it without much difficulty as an adult.

    Never played Mighty Final Fight. That came out after I'd already moved on to 16-bit. Looks like an interesting take on the franchise, and it's cool that they're making a rare game available, but there are a lot of other Capcom games I'd like to see NES versions of before it.
     
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    artiepants Just over here punching Unicron.

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    That's dissapointing. i really remembered it being cool. ah, well, good to hear Bionic Commando still rocks.
     
  10. ambushbug74

    ambushbug74 Stroke me, Stroke me! TFW2005 Supporter

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    How come "Code Name: Viper" gets no love?
     
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    Ktulu Whoosh TFW2005 Supporter

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    Oh, Capcom. Swoon <3

    So many classics. Interesting how after all the "Capcom just recycles shit over and over" complaints over the years that they still have the balls to keep releasing so many sequels and classic collections regardless.
     
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    Sonscreen Casual TF collector<br><b><font color=#FF0000>aksm TFW2005 Supporter

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    For GBA? Why not just make it for DS? Not that it matters since the DS can play GBA.
     
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    OmegaScourge Custom Made TFW2005 Supporter

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    maybe cause its only three games and if it were to be on the DS, they could of added more games.
     
  14. toma

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    bionic commando! woo!
    anyone know if you can save?
     
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    Sounds cool, I remember playing the hell out of Strider on the NES back in the day. I have to agree with ambushbug though, Codename: Viper was great, they should have added it to the list.
     
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    If the games are perfectly feasible on GBA, then releasing it on GBA means you can sell it to people who have a DS and to people with a GBA but no DS yet. More people able to buy it means more money. That's why :) 
     

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