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This classic collection from Data East lets you relive some of the greatest arcade games of all-time. From shooters to sports, puzzle and twitch action games, this compilation of arcade hits offers nostalgic appeal and full multiplayer support at a terrific value.

Includes 15 classic arcade games: BurgerTime, Peter Pepper's Ice Cream Factory (the rare sequel to Burger Time), Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja, Burnin' Rubber, Caveman Ninja, Crude Buster, Express Raider, Heavy Barrel, Lock ‘n' Chase, Magical Drop III, Secret Agent, Side Pocket, Street Hoop, Super Real Darwin and Wizard Fire
Unlock multiple rewards by achieving 75 different goals. Earn Music Soundtracks, Gallery Items, Classic Arcade Marquees and Bezels, and much more
Link your high scores to your Mii characters
Save, load and pause the game at any point during play; no quarters required
Supports the Wii Remote, Wii Remote with Nunchuk, Classic Controller and GameCube controller
Team up with or play against your friends in any game-they're all two player in addition to single player

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Sean Aaron

Some golden oldies from an arcade pioneer

Data East Corp. was one of the original wave of Japanese video game developers that had their wares appear in American arcades at the beginning of the 1980s. They didn't have as big a string of hits as contemporaries like Namco, Konami, Taito or Sega, but...

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User Comments (6)

Namo

#1

Namo said:

Although this is an awesome collection (Magical Drop 3 for the win!) one has to wonder why this is released on disc form rather on the virtual console.

michaelmax

#4

michaelmax said:

Crude Buster, Bad Dudes, and Street Hoop!!!!! Well worth the 20 bucks right there! Definitely getting this one.

wolfslayer

#5

wolfslayer said:

One of the best Wii compilations ever!!! (Next to Snk Arcade Classics vol.1 of course )
Namo:I'm Actually glad they went for the disc format vs individual(and over-priced!!!) downloads.

WWammy

#6

WWammy said:

They should bring this to the Pal regions I've been waiting for ages now =|

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