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Discuss Intellivision, Atari, Colecovision, Nintendo, and More! » The Classic Gaming Section » The Classic Gaming Forum » Arcade Companies Without Compilations

Arcade Companies Without Compilations

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1 Arcade Companies Without Compilations on Thu 19 Jul 2012, 7:52 pm

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There were more than a fair share of early arcade games that have never seen the compilation treatment on a home console, and it is criminal. Exidy, Data East, Universal, Stern, and most likely some others I am forgetting. Due to this negligence, we have not seen Frenzy, Phoenix, Burgertime, Lock n' Chase, or Crazy Climber on a single classic arcade compilation to date. This definitely needs to be addressed.

2 Re: Arcade Companies Without Compilations on Thu 19 Jul 2012, 8:06 pm

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sloan wrote:There were more than a fair share of early arcade games that have never seen the compilation treatment on a home console, and it is criminal. Exidy, Data East, Universal, Stern, and most likely some others I am forgetting. Due to this negligence, we have not seen Frenzy, Phoenix, Burgertime, Lock n' Chase, or Crazy Climber on a single classic arcade compilation to date. This definitely needs to be addressed.

I'm in 1000% agreement with you. These are all excellent games that could easily be ported to modern consoles in a compilation. At this point I would not expect it for the PSP but I'm sure it could be done for the DS.


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3 Re: Arcade Companies Without Compilations on Fri 20 Jul 2012, 2:11 pm

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I agree with you both!

It would be neat to see! I just wonder who owns the rights now?

4 Re: Arcade Companies Without Compilations on Sun 12 May 2013, 11:42 pm

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data east had a compilation on the wii.


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5 Re: Arcade Companies Without Compilations on Thu 16 May 2013, 6:48 am

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Thank You!!!!! I found a list of games, that mentioned for the Wii.

- BurgerTime
- Peter Pepper’s Ice Cream Factory (the rare sequel to Burger Time)
- Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja
- Burnin’ Rubber
- Caveman Ninja
- Crude Buster
- Express Raider
- Heavy Barrel
- Lock ‘n’ Chase
- Magical Drop III
- Secret Agent
- Side Pocket
- Street Hoop
- Super Real Darwin
- Wizard Fire

Incredible that compilation was released!

Thanks again, Revolutionika!!!!!

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