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Capcom Classics Collection Remixed Latest News - PSP

Game Description:Full arcade. Time machine. Portable. Capcom Classics Collection Remixed is all that, fully loaded with a throwback collection of 20 Capcom arcade classics, together for the first time on PSP. Relive favorites including Street Fighter, Final Fight, Captain Commando, Side Arms, 1941, Avengers, Block Block, Magic Sword, Quiz and Dragons, Strider, and more. While the gameplay is dripping with retro flavor, functionality takes full advantage of the PSP's modern capabilities. Customize controls to suit your style, select your preferred screen setting (normal, stretch, or vertical), and easily set up ad hoc multiplayer games. Added bonus content includes remixed music, original artwork, and the history of all 20 titles.
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  • Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed Releasing Tomorrow For PSP Via PSN

    Originally released in March 2006, Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed will be re-released as a digital download for the PSP tomorrow through the PlayStation Network. The collection features 20 titles, but will only run on a PSP. This is not for your PS3! For a list of the games, click through the break. Highlights include 1941, Bionic...

    Posted July 1, 2009

    Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed Releasing Tomorrow For PSP Via PSN

 


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