20 Games Like SEGA AGES 2500 Vol.23: SEGA Memorial Selection(TBA)
Go back in time with Namco Museum: Virtual Arcade and relive classic Namco arcade favorites including Tower of Druaga, Galaga, Grobda, Mappy, Metro-Cross, Ms. Pac-Man, New Rally-X, Pac-Man Arrangement, Pole Position 2, Sky Kid, and Xevious, just to name a few. Namco Museum: Virtual Arcade also features Pac-Man Championship Edition which was voted the best downloadable game of 2007 by numerous video game publications. Galaga Legions continues Pac-Man Championship Edition's legacy with a smart re-tooling of the franchise that stays true to the series' roots.
Capcom Generations (Capcom Generation in Japan) was a retrospective series of five collections of Capcom's greatest games from their early days. All (except for Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts, made for the SNES) were direct ports of the original arcade games. The series was released for the PlayStation and the Sega Saturn in 1998. Only the first four volumes were released in Europe, with the fifth retitled Street Fighter Collection 2. Only the last volume (Street Fighter Collection 2) was released in North America. This all changed when they were repackaged as Capcom Classics Collection.
THQ and Sega are teaming up to bring you four of the most popular classic arcade games ever created. Combining speed, action, and hi-flying adventure, Sega Arcade Gallery brings After Burner, OutRun, Super Hang On, and Space Harrier together for ultimate arcade fun on the Game Boy Advance!
Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 25: Gunstar Heroes Treasure Box is a Miscellaneous game, developed by M2 and published by Sega, which was released in Japan in 2006.
An action-packed compilation of three of Capcom's most popular titles, originally released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The trio of old school action titles includes "Bionic Commando," "Strider" and "Mighty Final Fight," all faithfully recreated and available to play in either the original aspect ratio or stretched to fill the handheld's widescreen display.