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VISCO Collection

QUByte Interactive
Oct 26, 2023 - PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One

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Generación Xbox
73 / 100
Nintendo Life
7 / 10
PSX Brasil
70 / 100
Video Chums
4 / 5
Worth your time
7.5 / 10
Nindie Spotlight
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VISCO Collection - Launch Trailer | Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X and Steam thumbnail

VISCO Collection - Launch Trailer | Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X and Steam

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VISCO Collection | Xbox Series S/X, Xbox One, PS5/4, Nintendo Switch

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Critic Reviews for VISCO Collection

An excellent opportunity to enjoy seven classic games without leaving your Xbox, or looking for emulators, roms and other tools. The compilation is good, with a varied selection to appeal to different types of players, although it could have differed a little more in some cases such as FlipShop and Bang Bead, or included more games, although the price/product ratio I think is in favor of the player.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

While the Visco Collection doesn't have high-end 3D menus or the granular wallpaper and filter options of other collections, it's still a fun and accurately emulated series of seven solid arcade games. Appeal will vary; what's on offer here won't have the same arcade allure as the likes of Final Fight or Strider, despite remaining an enjoyable, varied set of titles, elevated greatly by their ability to be played online. It's a shame, however, that Puzzle de Pon, the Vasaras, and Breakers didn't make the cut - even if the latter two are available in other Switch collections - as they would certainly have boosted it to the next level.

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VISCO Collection is a collection that helps preserve VISCO's gaming history. Some titles are pretty fun (Bang Bead, FlipShot, and Neo DriftOut), while others are average (Goal! Goal! Goal!, Ganryu and Andro Dunos) or lousy (Captain Tomaday).

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

With so many retro games returning, it's incredible when a collection releases that's as enjoyable and value-packed as VISCO Collection.

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While not as known and loved as the competition in the arcade space, there’s much to be said about the quality and fun factor of Visco’s releases during the latter half of the arcade golden days. The handful of inclusions in this collection highlight the company’s efforts in trying to bring their own spin to established genres, and even though they pale somewhat in comparison in terms of personality, they are very well put together and are definitely worth having in your retro collection.

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The straight-to-the-point work of VISCO Collection could bring some extra items to catch the attention of the most nostalgic gamers. On the other hand, there is no denying that the chosen ports are excellent and being able to play them online is a very welcome addition. Furthermore, it's a great collection to add to your library of gems from the golden age of gaming.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

Collections are always a tricky proposition, and this is no different with about a 50/50 of good and forgettable included

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VISCO Collection is a compilation of 7 games that focuses on Visco Corporation titles that came out for the Neo Geo system, ignoring the two Breakers and games licensed by third parties. Although the Japanese company has other great titles that are not in this compilation as they are developed for other Arcade systems or boards, the titles included comply with what is proposed and several of them have received online multiplayer functions. VISCO Collection is a good approximation to the games that the Japanese company made for Neo Geo and deserves our attention.

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