It is, by definition, trying to serve both two audiences: the casual fan who wants low price and high content, and the hardcore enthusiast, who wants polish, precision and concentrated fan service. It serves the former group very well, but the latter group less so. As a cheap and cheerful overview of many of the system's treasures it offers far better value for money than the download services, each title costing well under a pound. But it lacks the reverence and polish that would make it essential buying for the SEGA devotee. Perhaps, though, this is the best people can ask for while they still have 'retrogames'.