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Capcom Classics Collection is a compilation of arcade games released by Capcom for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox on September 27, 2005. It was developed by Digital Eclipse Software (now Backbone Entertainment). A second volume, Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2 was released on November 14, 2006, for PlayStation 2 and Xbox.

Two handheld compilations, Capcom Classics Collection Remixed and Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded were released on March 22 and October 24, 2006 respectively on the PlayStation Portable. A Game Boy Advance compilation, Capcom Classics Mini-Mix, released on September 19, 2006. Reloaded is the only title not be developed by Digital Eclipse, but Japanese developer Klein Computer Entertainment.

Overview

In 1998, Capcom produced a series of five video game compilations titled Capcom Generations for the PlayStation and Sega Saturn, released in Japan and the PAL region. The series as a whole compiled over 15 arcade games and the Super NES game Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts. Each volume was accompanied by extra features such as a historical overview of each title, artwork gallery, hints and even cast profiles. All games in these compilations also contained enhanced gameplay options such as rapid fire, a bigger screen, and remixed soundtrack.

Volume 1 of Capcom Classics Collection contains all sixteen games from Capcom Generations (converted from these ports rather than the arcade originals) and six added emulated titles, while Volume 2 features all titles not included in the Capcom Generations series. As with the Capcom Generations titles, all games contain extra features, which consists of gameplay tips, artwork, listenable music and cast profiles, although the contents are not identical. All the extra features are typically unlocked by getting high scores or achieving unusual gameplay objectives, such as collecting the Yashichi item in several games or picking up Edi. E's gum in Final Fight. High scores can be saved for all the games for three different difficulty settings, Normal, Hardcore (in which only the minimum number of lives and continues are available and the AI is at its best), or Custom (if the player changes the options from the Normal or Hardcore settings).

The console volumes features one bonus game each. The first volume features a "Deluxe Versus Mode" for the Street Fighter II games which allows two players to compete against each other by offering the players a selection of characters from all three installments of the Street Fighter II series included in the compilation. This game mode was originally from the Street Fighter Collection 2 compilation for the PlayStation and Saturn, which are the versions emulated in Capcom Classics Collection. Volume 2 contains a version of Quiz and Dragons that is exclusively composed of Capcom-related questions.

Lineup by volume

Volume 1

  1. 1942
  2. 1943: The Battle of Midway
  3. 1943 Kai
  4. Bionic Commando
  5. Commando
  6. Exed Exes
  7. Final Fight
  8. Forgotten Worlds
  9. Ghosts 'n Goblins
  10. Ghouls 'n Ghosts
  11. Gun.Smoke
  12. Legendary Wings
  13. Mercs
  14. Pirate Ship Higemaru
  15. Section Z
  16. SonSon
  17. Street Fighter II
  18. Street Fighter II: Champion Edition
  19. Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting
  20. Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts
  21. Trojan
  22. Vulgus

Volume 2

  1. 1941: Counter Attack
  2. Avengers
  3. Black Tiger
  4. Block Block
  5. Captain Commando
  6. Eco Fighters
  7. The King of Dragons
  8. Knights of the Round
  9. Last Duel
  10. Magic Sword
  11. Mega Twins
  12. Quiz & Dragons: Capcom Quiz Game
  13. Side Arms Hyper Dyne
  14. Street Fighter
  15. Strider
  16. Super Street Fighter II Turbo
  17. The Speed Rumbler
  18. Three Wonders
  19. Tiger Road
  20. Varth: Operation Thunderstorm

Portable versions

Remixed and Reloaded contain the same lineup of games from the two console volumes. Reloaded for the PSP contains the 16 games from the Capcom Generations lineup plus Knights of the Round, Eco Fighters and The King of Dragons. Remixed for the PSP contains the remaining games from the console versions of Vol. 1 and 2. Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Tiger Road, and Trojan do not appear in the portable versions. Remixed came out before Reloaded.

Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed

  1. 1941: Counter Attack
  2. Avengers
  3. Bionic Commando
  4. Black Tiger
  5. Block Block
  6. Captain Commando
  7. Final Fight
  8. Forgotten Worlds
  9. Last Duel
  10. Legendary Wings
  11. Magic Sword
  12. Mega Twins
  13. Quiz & Dragons
  14. Section Z
  15. Side Arms: Hyper Dyne
  16. The Speed Rumbler
  17. Street Fighter
  18. Strider
  19. Three Wonders
  20. Varth

Capcom Classics Collection: Reloaded

  1. 1942
  2. 1943
  3. 1943 Kai
  4. Commando
  5. Eco Fighters
  6. Exed Exes
  7. Ghosts 'n Goblins
  8. Ghouls 'n Ghosts
  9. Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts
  10. Gun.Smoke
  11. The King of Dragons
  12. Knights of the Round
  13. Mercs
  14. Pirate Ship Higemaru
  15. SonSon
  16. Street Fighter II
  17. Street Fighter II: Champion Edition
  18. Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting
  19. Vulgus

Capcom Classics Mini-Mix

Capcom Classics Mini-Mix is a compilation for the Game Boy Advance that was released around the same time as the console and PSP versions. This GBA compilation includes three games originally released for the Nintendo Entertainment System: Strider, Bionic Commando, and Mighty Final Fight.


Street Fighter series
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Street Fighter
Street Fighter II - Street Fighter II: Champion Edition - Street Fighter II: Turbo
Super Street Fighter II - Super Street Fighter II: Turbo
Super Street Fighter II: Turbo HD Remix
Street Fighter III: New Generation - Street Fighter III: Double Impact - Street Fighter III: Third Strike
Street Fighter IV - Super Street Fighter IV
Spinoffs
Alpha series: Street Fighter Alpha | Street Fighter Alpha II | Street Fighter Alpha III
EX series: Street Fighter EX | Street Fighter EX II | Street Fighter EX III
Other games: Street Fighter II pinball - Street Fighter: The Movie (arcade game) - Street Fighter: The Movie
Media
Live Action Films: Street Fighter (film) - Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
Animation:Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie - Street Fighter Alpha: The Movie - Street Fighter Alpha: Generations - Street Fighter II V - Street Fighter (TV series)
Street Fighter comics
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Capcom vs SNK series - Marvel vs Capcom series - Namco × Capcom
Final Fight series - Capcom Fighting Evolution
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo - Pocket Fighter - Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars - Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix

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