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Submitted by Lucario 598d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Capcom Arcade Cabinet Pack One Review

DHGF: Capcom Arcade Cabinet is a good idea in theory, but when you actually look at what you are getting it’s a bit of a disappointment. You’ll end up paying between thirty and fifty six dollars for this collection, depending on how you purchase it, and you’re only getting seventeen games. Compare that to the Capcom Classics Collections that the PS2 and Xbox had for only $19.99, which not only had more games, but a far better selection. Are online play and trophies really worth up to TRIPLE the price of last generation’s collection? If you answer yes, than congratulations on epitomizing the old proverb about a fool and their money. (Capcom Arcade Cabinet, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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