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Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle

Rating Summary

Based on 43 critic reviews
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75

Top Critic Average

50%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 18, 2018
Xbox OneSep 18, 2018
Nintendo SwitchSep 18, 2018

Publisher: Capcom

This comprehensive collection includes seven classic games, each with various multiplayer options, online capabilities and detailed galleries! Say goodbye to game overs! Adjust your difficulty settings or give yourself more lives to battle through each game in its entirety. You can also play the English or Japanese versions of each title! Games included: Final Fight, Captain Commando, The King of Dragons, Knights of the Round and Warriors of Fate, as well as two games that were previously unavailable on consoles: Armored Warriors and Battle Circuit! Grab some friends, stare down the bad guys and BEAT 'EM UP!
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Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle - Launch Trailer

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Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle – Announcement Trailer

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7 / 10
Metro GameCentral

Irredeemably shallow but effortlessly entertaining, this unexpected tribute to a lost genre will make a beat 'em-up fan of anyone.

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The Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle offers seven good (if repetitive) games for a great price. There's zero excuse for a 30-year-old game having terrible online in 2018, which is a huge minus here. But for those who fancy a violent trip down memory lane, especially with local buddies to watch their back, The Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle still provides simple-minded mayhem for not a lot of coin. Besides, you probably spent more than that on those money-hungry arcade cabs anyway.

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While Capcom Beat'Em Up Bundle does have some online multiplayer issues it's still a ton of fun overall. These are some great games for fans of retro games or the beat'em up genre and it will probably cost you less to purchase the whole collection would cost to beat using quarters in an arcade, and you still own them after you beat them, so that's a plus as well. Here's to hoping they're saving some of the titles missing from this collection for volume two.

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Capcom at its finest: a bunch of interesting and still largely enjoyable beat'em up.

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