Capcom and Marvel’s arcade phenom Marvel Super Heroes comes home to the PlayStation and Saturn with surprisingly good results.
Capcom’s first 3D adventure into Street Fighter’s world is a mixed back of interesting game play adaption mixed in with peculiar new character designs.
Street Fighter Collection allows Capcom to finally bring home both versions of Super Street Fighter to one console, along with an upgraded Alpha 2.
Street Fighter Alpha 2 continues Capcom’s Alpha / Zero series, but despite arcade fanfare, the PlayStation release leaves a bit to be desired.
10 Years after his NES debut, the Blue Bomber comes home in Mega Man 8 – celebrating his legacy on the PlayStation Entertainment System.
Originating on the Super Nintendo, Capcom’s Mega Man X series continues with Mega Man X4, allowing players to control Zero as well.
Capcom’s Mega Man X6 continues their decades long action platformer running on the PlayStation with an all new Nightmare mode.
The fifth and final installment of Namco’s arcade compilations, Namco Museum Volume 5 – O releases to little fan fare and critical apathy.
The 4th out of 5 entries in Namco’s living legacy enters with Namco Museum Volume 4 – C, giving players the chance to play Pac-Land again.
Namco continues the 5-set series with Namco Museum Volume 3 – M, roping in six of their arcade favorites into once disc like Ms. Pac-Man.