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  • Summary: Relive the glory days of cooperative arcade games with the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle. This comprehensive collection includes seven classic games, each with various multiplayer options, online capabilities and detailed galleries.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 22
  2. Negative: 0 out of 22
  1. Oct 11, 2018
    91
    This isn’t just a historically significant assemblage of games, it’s also an immensely fun one. Fans of the genre and those new to it should definitely consider giving it a download, particularly for the games that are appearing on home console for the first time.
  2. Sep 23, 2018
    90
    Seven of the best Capcom's beat 'em up in a single shot with local/online multiplayer, customizable options and a little good-old-days arcade museum. For less than 20 bucks it's a retro heaven.
  3. Sep 26, 2018
    85
    The Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle is another welcome feather in the cap that is their redemption arc that we’ve been seeing in 2018, and if you’re dying to knock heads with Mayor Haggar or rack up some coin with the crew of Battle Circuit, this is an excellent reminder of why Capcom did so much for this genre.
  4. Sep 18, 2018
    80
    Capcom at its finest: a bunch of interesting and still largely enjoyable beat'em up.
  5. Sep 25, 2018
    80
    It can be hard sometimes to make collections for retro games feel exciting, especially if those games have been released numerous times before. Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle bucks that trend not only by having games that are still enjoyable to this day, but also by including two titles that are finally being released on consoles for the first time. A few issues mars the overall package, but not enough to put a major damper on its offerings.
  6. Sep 18, 2018
    75
    Although it can be improved, Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle brings together some of Capcom's best beat 'em up games of the 90s in an essential package for any fan of the genre. Its multiple customization options allow any player to enjoy the game and the online mode regardless of their skills. In addition, its gallery mode is simply great.
  7. Sep 18, 2018
    60
    Although the seven games on offer are good examples of the fun, but shallow genre, it’s hard to shake the feeling that with a bit more attention – the kind Mega Man and Street Fighter received – this could have been another must have retro collection.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. Sep 25, 2018
    10
    PLS! I NEED Cadillacs and Dinosaurs!!!! We need old times, old feelings! thx
  2. Sep 18, 2018
    9
    Ahhh quel bonheur de retrouvé ce bon vieux Final Fight. pour l'instant je n'ai essayé que lui sur l'ensemble du pack mais un pur régal, leAhhh quel bonheur de retrouvé ce bon vieux Final Fight. pour l'instant je n'ai essayé que lui sur l'ensemble du pack mais un pur régal, le portage nickel aucun freeze, pas de crash, pas de bug son, rien juste du pur fun.

    Pour les vieux nostalgiques comme moi à prendre sans hésiter.
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  3. Sep 18, 2018
    9
    This game concept is great for coop gaming nights with friends!
    The intuitive controls with just two or three action buttons are inviting. We
    This game concept is great for coop gaming nights with friends!
    The intuitive controls with just two or three action buttons are inviting. We work together: two, three or four players cruise the streets, the fantasy realms and the planets to beat all evil guys, minions, bosses!
    There are seven Beat 'em Up games, Arcade versions made by Capcom in the '90s, to choose from (watch the trailer above). Especially The King of Dragons aged very well: the archetype of high fantasy! Five very distinct characters to play, amazing enemy variety, amazing fast changing scenery, spectacular bosses taken from mythology, level up system (!), an epic fantasy soundtrack... this really is all aspects of Beat 'em Up done right and worth 9 points!
    The other games are a joy to play, and offer each their own world / scenario from dangerous streets to planets with vibrant SCI-FI settings. But there is to admit: the age of the games shows here and there. Surprisingly Final Fight, when played in 2018 with today's gaming experience, annoys with throwing constantly the same roster of enemies at you throughout the stages. Even the placement of the enemy formations is sometimes all too randomly done. But of course the iconic character design and the fluid easy-to-get-into controls are still there and make the game enjoyable to this day.
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  4. Sep 20, 2018
    1
    Oh boy... These games are great, and for twenty dollars, I think it's worth it for the seven games you get, however, I bought this game so IOh boy... These games are great, and for twenty dollars, I think it's worth it for the seven games you get, however, I bought this game so I could play with other people. The online play is a cluster****, nine times out of ten there will be severe lag and ping issues, along with a ceaseless stutter through out the entire game play. The way I see it, the online play is worthless, and it really makes me want to ask for my money back. Expand