The game claims to be classics and yet I see no love for a certain Rocket wearing possum
The game includes Alex Kidd In The Enchanted Castle Alien Storm Altered Beast Beyond Oasis Bonanza Bros. Columns Comix Zone Decap Attack starring Chuck D. Head Dr. Robotnik's MBM Dynamite Headdy Ecco The Dolphin Ecco II: The Tides Of Time E-Swat Fatal Labyrinth Flicky Gain Ground Golden Axe I Golden Axe II Golden Axe III Kid Chameleon Phantasy Star II Phantasy Star III: Generations Of Doom Phantasy Star IV: The End Of The Millennium Ristar Shining In The Darkness Shining Force Shining Force 2 Shinobi III: Return Of The Ninja Master Sonic 3D Blast Sonic And Knuckles Sonic Spinball Sonic The Hedgehog Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Sonic The Hedgehog 3 Streets Of Rage Streets Of Rage 2 Streets Of Rage 3 Super Thunder Blade Vectorman Vectorman 2
This is all well and good but what about other amazing Mega Drive games like
Rocket Knight Adventures? Chuck Rock Cool Spot Earthworm Jim Fantastic Dizzy James Pond 2 and 3 Mr Nutz Quackshot Talespin Toejam and Earl 1 and 2 Zool
Now if those and some others had been added then yes Classics would be right.
well rant over if anyone wants to what Games would you of added or even removed coz in all fairness I probably would of removed all the Sonic Games as there have been too many ports of them as is
Super Saiyan 4 Goku: Ehh... not so big on picking up a controller for just one game. Still, if I get around to picking up more Live Arcade games, I'll keep that in mind. Cheers.
I got it pretty much just for SFIV originally, but since then I've used it for all the fighting games I've owned this generation (which is a surprising amount, actually), all the retro games I've owned on XBLA and, since it can be used on the PC too, it's also the perfect pad for those less than legal game downloads too. :x
If you play any old games at all, on the Xbox or PC, it's a must.
Hmm...once you add in the unlockables on Ultimate Collection, you get 48/49 games (depending on whether you count the MD/arcade versions of Altered Beast as two separate games or not). Taking an average price of £17.99 (which is about typical of what you can get it for these days), that works out at....something...per game. Considerably less than £1.99 a game, even disregarding any titles you don't care about.
Oh, and you get a bunch of video interviews with some of the games' developers, too.