A compilation of seven belt-scrolling 2D pixel art beat ’em ups from Capcom, running from 1989’s Final Fight to 1997’s Battle Circuit. Flawless, arcade perfect and beautiful, this is an essential compilation for anyone with a love for punching things and kicking over rubbish bins.
Available on: Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC
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Capcom Essentials: Final Fight - First released in 1989, Capcom’s Final Fight was originally conceived as a sequel to Street Fighter. The success of Technos and Taito’s Double Dragon in 1987 (and again with its sequel in 1988) convinced Capcom to reimagine the game as a belt-scrolling beat ’em up rather than a one-on-one fighter, however, and that proved to … Continue reading Capcom Essentials: Final Fight
Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle: It’s The Belt For You, Lad - Those of you who read my coverage on Senran Kagura: Estival Versus will know how much I enjoy the beat ’em up genre… and how much I appreciate its history. With that in mind, Capcom’s announcement that it would be releasing a new product simply called Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle made me kiss £15.99 goodbye … Continue reading Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle: It’s The Belt For You, Lad