More Capcom Classics for PSP

Publisher compiles 15 more arcade games of years past in its second portable compilation; lineup includes Street Fighter II, Knights of the Round.

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It was just last month that Capcom Classics Collection Remixed brought 20 of the publisher's arcade games of yore to the PlayStation Portable, and now quarter-jockey gamers on the go can look forward to over 15 more.

Capcom today announced that it will release a follow-up compilation to Remixed in Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded. Reloaded will include a number of hits conspicuous by their absence in Remixed, like Street Fighter II, Commando, and Ghouls 'n' Ghosts. But as with Remixed and the console editions of Capcom Classics Collection, there will be a selection of more obscure titles, such as the globally conscious side-scrolling shooter Eco Fighters, as well as the side-scrolling beat-'em-ups Knights of the Round and King of Dragons.

In addition to ad hoc wireless play, Reloaded will feature game-sharing capabilities so multiple PSP owners can play together off a single copy of the game. Capcom is promising that players can customize screen settings and controls to suit their tastes, and they will also be able to earn credits toward an in-game slot machine that doles out original art, secret codes, and gameplay tips.

Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded is set for release in North America in the fourth quarter of the year.

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