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Capcom Classics Ending Collection


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Original Name  カプコン クラシックス エンディング コレクション
Genre Video Game Movie
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0001016668
Catalog No.  CPBA-10021
Item Code  4976219655361

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Capcom has started in 1983 and is continuing to provide gamers in Japan and all around the world with world class video game products. Deep-roted memories exist in the mind of lots of gamers that have followed the video game development since their early stages. Irrevocably, Capcom has contributed to the industry with lots of high quality franchises.

The Capcom Classics Ending Collection is capturing a moment of video game history with a total of 41 endings from classical Capcom video games released between 1985 until 2001 on one DVD.

List of games covered:

Senjou no Ookami / Commando
Senjou no Ookami II / Mercs
Maikaimura
DaiMakaimura
Section Z
Tatakai no Banka
Rush & Crash
Ales no Tsubasa: The Legendary Soldiers / Legendary Wings
Side Arms
Top Secret
Tora e no Michi / Tiger Road
Lost Worlds / Forgotten Worlds
Capcom World
US Navy
1941
19XX
Knights of the Round
Magic Sword
The King of Dragons
Captain Commando
Cyberbots
Vampire
Vampire Hunter
Vampire Hunter 2
Vampire Savior
Vampire Savior 2
Star Gladiator
Star Gladiator 2 -Nightmare of Bilstein-
Strider
Strider 2
Tenchi o Kurau / Dynasty Wars
Final Fight
Street Fighter Zero 2
Street Fighter EX plus
Street Fighter III -New Generation-
Street Fighter III 2nd Impact -Giant Attack-
Shiritsu Justice Gakuen: Legion of Heroes / Rival Schools: United By Fate
Moero! Justice Gakuen / Project Justice
Giga Wing
Giga Wing 2
Progear: Storm of Progia

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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poomwood (139) on 05, Aug. 2011 22:06 (HKT)
Must have!
It's good for retro moment, uou know. Feeling young again :)
And get to watch that ending with out spendin $$$$ on the game!!
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usernameOnion (2) on 25, Jan. 2007 07:51 (HKT)
Nice little collection
This is a huge DVD, packed with pretty much every Capcom ending you could think of. I really think they crammed as much as they could on a single DVD, it goes on forever!

Most of the endings show a short snippet of the final fight, rather than just cutting to the ending. I would have liked to see the whole final battle but I doubt they would have been able to fit them all on the DVD, so it\'s easily forgivable. Instead, it\'s nice to see a little of the gameplay when facing the final boss and the death scene that follows.

Much of the ending text is in Japanese, but there is also plenty of charming engrish for those who don\'t understand Japanese in addition to some endings which don\'t have any text at all.

The fact that this DVD even exists is amazing, and I\'ve seen a few games on it that I\'ve never played before but went looking for after seeing them on this DVD (even if the ending was spoiled for me). A must have for fans of Capcom, or people who suck at games and never see the ending.
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Jack N. Hoff on 18, Jul. 2006 14:27 (HKT)
cool DVD shows Progear
This DVD shows the end of Progear but it wasn\'t released on PS2. Capcom should release this game on PS2. It is great. Kind of like Senjou no Ookami.
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