Capcom Classics Mini Mix

Capcom Classics Mini Mix

Compatible with Game Boy Advance™ (GBA™)
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  • Faithful recreations of Bionic Commando, Strider and Mighty Final Fight
  • All were originally released for the Nintendo Entertainment System


The trio of old school action titles includes Bionic Commando®, Strider® and Mighty Final Fight, all faithfully recreated and available to play in either the original aspect ratio or stretched to fill the handheld’s widescreen display.Swinginto action with Bionic Commando, where players must defeat defeat the evil BADDs and Generalissimo KILLT in order to rescue Super Joe, a missing ally. The limber hero is a commando outfitted with an incredible bionic arm that allows him to navigate levels by latching onto and swinging across various parts of the environment. The appendage can also be used to grab hold of and attack enemies. In addition, various weapons including guns and rocket launchers become available as additional stages are completed.In Strider, take control of Hiryu, a member of a global organization of infiltration specialists called Striders that battles to keep the world safe from evil forces. The hero reluctantly accepts a mission to located a fellow Strider and eliminate him. His primary weapon is his “Cypher” sword, a deadly blade which strikes with great speed and can be powered up with various enhancements including the ability to shoot plasma arrows. Hiryu also gains additional abilities as the game progressesincluding healing powers, enhanced jumping, warping and more.Choose one three fighters in Mighty Final Fight, a beat-em-up action game that takes a twist on the original Final Fight with super deformed character designs and a more comical style. Playing as Haggar, Cody or Guy, embark on a quest through Metro City to rescue Haggar’s daughter, Jessica, from the Mad Gear gang. Each character has their own unique weapon and special techniques at their disposal as they battle their way through the mean streets.

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Official Release Date Sep 19, 2006
Genre Classics
Version  US
  ESRB Teen
Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
PAX-Code PAX0001149013
Catalog No.  AGB-P-BC6E
Item Code  0013388280308


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

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choanikijin (135) on 24, Feb. 2016 00:47 (HKT)
A good compilation of Capcom's 8-bit hits!
Basically you get the 8-bit Famicom/NES versions of Capcom's biggest arcade hits from the late 1980s.

Of the three, Mighty Final Fight is probably the most rarely seen as it was released for the Famicom/NES when the world was knee deep in the 16-bit console wars.

All three games are among the best games of that time for the Famicom/NES. The Strider game is a unique game not totally related to the smash arcade hit and Bionic Commando is also the same, though it retains the difficulty level.

The price is a steal once you factor in the cost of an original Might Final Fight game in good condition...
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wuzzi (138) on 11, May. 2015 20:47 (HKT)
Mighty !!
get this for Mighty Final Fight !!!! the NES game is rare so this is a good cheap way to get it
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forteii (48) on 01, Feb. 2014 06:15 (HKT)
Competent and convenient
This collection is a little rough around the edges but (imho) satisfies. Graphically, the screen is stretched so all text gets squished a bit. Also, the graphics don't look as crisp as the originals but you get used to that quickly (because ugly they are not) .

Thankfully, the games control as well as they sound. There is occasional slowdown but I think it was present in the originals as well. Which means what you get is still good but none of the ports has been optimized.

That said, not too bad a price considering it's a 3-in-1 cartridge that you can experience on both a TV (provided you got a GameBoy Player) and a portable. Besides, one can't go wrong with portable Bionic Commando. ;)
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mudu-sama (17) on 30, Jan. 2013 11:06 (HKT)
Must have!
All of the three classic games are a masterpiece in that time. I recommended the collection if you are a collector or a retro games fan.
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