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Capcom’s Bash to the Future

Friday, May 12, 2006, 11:50AM EST

With one of the best fighting games back catalogues, Capcom’s mining its past when it comes to whopping some ass this E3. First up, Power Stone Collection comes out of its corner ready to lamp you with anything that comes to hand. One of the best beat ‘em up series on Sega’s ill-fated Dreamcast console, the two games have been combined to provide the complete package of easy-to-play brawlers. Redesigned for Sony’s PSP, the games are linked with characters from Power Stone 2 introduced into the original, bringing the total up to 15. Up to four players can duke it out via Wi-Fi multiplayer, and there’s the addition of the Bomber Battle mini-game for those with explosive tendencies.

 

Capcom’s other title on show is the all-encompassing Street Fighter Alpha Anthology for PlayStation 2. A monumental compilation of the entire Street Fighter Alpha arcade series from Street Fighter Alpha, Alpha 2, Alpha 2 Gold and Alpha 3, an added bonus is Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix (previously released as Pocket Fighter).

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