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Submitted by nrvalleytime 888d ago | review

Review: Darkstalkers Resurrection (DarkZero)

"Looking at recent news from Capcom it seems that the company is embracing its huge collection of historic IPs and bringing them back as downloadable releases. This is especially important to fighting game fans, as there is a lot of love for some of Capcom’s older fighting games. For me, it was Street Fighter III: Third Strike, which received an updated port to current consoles in August of 2011 as Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition. This new update brought tutorials, good training systems, fantastic GGPO implemented online play, a skill-based achievement system and new music. IT was a labor of love to bring Third Strike back, and it's an example of the care Capcom is willing to take with its upcoming plans to release old games with a new coat of paint." (Darkstalkers Resurrection, PS3) 8/10

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