Topic: Arcade compilations

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In response to the Midway topic, what arcade compilations have you owned?

I had Atari Anniversary Edition (GBA). It got boring after awhile. I'm too young to remember the golden age of arcades. By the time I went to arcades, they'd replaced Asteroids and Space Invaders with Area 51 and Tekken (and even those were old).

I also had Namco Museum (GBA). Again, I had little interest in the games, except Ms. Pac Man. I found Pole Position to be particularly confusing.

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The total of Compilations I have would be even bigger if you included non-arcade compilations.

Pac-Man Collection (Atari 7800) - homebrew arcade compilation for the Atari 7800
Arcade Party Pak (Playstation)
Arcades Greatest Hits:The Atari Collection 2 (Playstation)
Arcade's Greatest Hits: The Midway Collection 2 (Playstation)
Capcom Generation 5 (Playstation)- import
Konami Arcade Classics - Playstation
Namco Museum Vol. 1 - Playstation
Namco Museum Vol. 2 - Playstation
Namco Museum Volume 4 - Playstation
Namco Museum Volume 5 (Playstation)
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics (Playstation) - import
Raiden Project (Playstation)
R-Types (Playstation)
Arcade's Greatest Hits: The Atari Collection (Saturn)
Mortal Kombat Trilogy (Saturn)
Sega Ages (Saturn)
William's Arcade's Greatest Collection (Saturn)
Midway Arcade Treasures 2 (Gamecube)
Midway Arcade Treasures 3 (Gamecube)
Namco Museum (Gamecube)
Namco Museum 50th Anniversary (Gamecube)
Konami Classics Series: Arcade Hits (DS)
Arcade Gits Joust & Defender (GBC)
Centipede/Breakout/Warloads (GBA)
Konami Collectors Series: Arcade Advanced (GBA)
Pac-Man Collection (GBA)
Metal Slug Anthology (Wii)
SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 (Wii)
Art of Fighting Anthology (Playstation 2)
Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 1 (Playstation 2)
Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2 (Playstation 2)
Fatal Fury Battle Archives Volume 1 (Playstation 2
Fatal Fury Battle Archives Volume 2 (Playstation 2)
Gradius III and IV (Playstation 2)
Metal Slug 4/5 (Playstation 2)
Midway Arcade Treasures (Playstation 2)
Samurai Shodown Anthology (Playstation 2)
Taito Legends (Playstation 2)
Taito Legends 2 (Playstation 2)
The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga (Playstation 2)
World Heroes Anthology (Playstation 2)

Edited on by 7th_lutz



The Playstation was my retro-arcade machine and Williams Greatest Hits was the reason I bought a Playstation. I also had Midway's Arcade Greatest Hits and Greatest Hits volume 2 and the two Atari compilations they released.
From Namco Museum vols. 1-5 and the import-only volume R.
Nichibutsu Arcade Classics (again import-only and a rare beast even then)
Capcom Collection (or whatever those were called) -- I cannot recall how many volumes there were, but I had to import from Japan, though these were also released in Europe.
Raiden I&II
Buster Bros. Collection (this should really get resurrected on the Wii)
Bubble Bobble (included Rainbow Islands as well)

On the Wii I've got a few which can be seen on my Backloggery.

On the GBA I've got Atari Anniversary Advance, Konami Arcade Classics, Tron 2.0 (includes emulations of Tron and Tron Deadly Discs) and Activision Anthology (probably the only one of these I'm going to keep).

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Currently I have the
Sonic Mega Collection Plus (Xbox)
Mega Man Anniversary Collection (Xbox)
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (XBox)
Animal Crossing (GCN) includes 18 NES titles so its pretty much it a retro collection

Formerly owned games include
Capcom Collection Vol 1 (Xbox)
Namco Museum (GBA)
Arcade's Greatest Hits: The Atari Collection (PC)

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Namco Museum (GBA)
Pac Man Collection (GBA) (Can't find it)
Super Mario Advanced 1 & 3 (GBA) (Have Mario Bros.)
Pac Man World 2 (GCN)
Sonic Mega Collection (GCN)
Sonic Gams Collection (GCN)

I think I have some more.


Strictly counting "arcade" compilations:
Midway Arcade Treasures, all 3 for PS2.
Capcom Classics Collection, both for PS2.
Namco Museum 1, 2 and 4 for PS1.
Konami Arcade Advance (GBA). I think there were two box versions. I got the knockoff Bruce Lee cover, but I'm not going to buy the starburst cover.
Konami Classic Series: Arcade Hits (DS). Why'd they leave out Frogger and Gyruss (included in the GBA comp)?
Namco Museum, both PS2 installments.
Taito Legends 1 & 2 for PS2 (I hear it was released on PS2, Xbox and PC with a couple exclusives to each. )



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