Compilation

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Review

And yet, whether you find yourself zooming down a desert highway, running from a gigantic bear, or just bouncing over a bridge of crates, you can't help but smile and know that, at the end of the day, Crash is still a whole lot of fun.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Review

Pinball Arcade: Season One

Despite the flaws with Pinball Arcade and The Season One Table Pack, nostalgia-minded gamers should be very pleased with what they find in this package. Relative newcomers to pinball should also take a look. The hobby itself might be old, but video games didn't make it obsolete. The 21 tables that you get are a great value for the $30 price tag too. Nothing will ever replicate the actual experience, but this simulation comes about as close as anyone has.

Pinball Arcade: Season One

Capcom Classics Collection

There is truly no other game for twenty dollars that gives you this many great arcade classics in one package deal. This is why Capcom Classics Collection is by far one of the best compilations on the market to date.

Tecmo Classic Arcade

I don’t care how great your classic games are, an unwritten precedent has been set for compilations to go for twenty dollars and this extra ten dollars just seems uncalled for. Unless you have to get your hands on this compilation, I would say it is a much better rental rather then a purchase.

Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Arcade Collection

The game has a good list of classics, but none of which are going to surprise people, but instead only those that have not purchased one of these compilations before would be the only ones I would even recommend this for a rental. Otherwise, this game is probably one you can just pass up as it does not have all the makings for a great compilation.