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Capcom Essentials bundles five games in one for $59.99


10:00 PM on 08.14.2013
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With the new consoles in spitting distance, Capcom is releasing some of its works of this generation in the Capcom Essentials. For $59.99, this compilation packages in Resident Evil 6, Super Street Fighter IV, Dead Rising 2, Devil May Cry 4, a download code for Mega Man 10, and a Capcom-branded traveling bag.

So not the worst deal around, but there are some glaring oddities. For starters, it's sort of stands out that the package has Super Street Fighter IV rather than Arcade Edition, and Devil May Cry 4 rather than D.M.C. Still, Dead Rising 2 and Mega Man 10 are nice. As for Resident Evil 6, what more can be said about it.

Capcom Essentials releases in stores on October 8, 2013.

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Capcom Essentials bundles five games in one for $59.99 photo





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