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Say what you will about Capcom's treatment of current franchises, the team loves their classics.  Over the years, it's released a number of compilations to celebrate past arcade releases, including two Capcom Classics Collections for PS2, Xbox and PSP, as well as the Capcom Generations games for Sega Saturn (in Japan, anyway).  Now it continues that tradition again, this... Read Review

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