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Capcom Comments On Sales For Mega Man Legacy Collection And Street Fighter 30th Collection On Nintendo Switch

Capcom has reported its latest financial results and has commented on Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2 and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on the Nintendo Switch. With regards to Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2 the company said that it “performed strongly” and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection “maintained robust sales thanks to a loyal fan base and strong brand capabilities.”

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  1. Good. Now, bring more games! A full Resident Evil (0-7) collection, Ultimate Street Fighter IV, Dead Rising, just bring them over.

    1. Oh man a full Resident Evil collection would be great. It wouldn’t be too hard to fit 1, 2, Code Veronica, 3, 4, and Zero on the same cart, since they’re all GameCube games and are all under 1.2 gigs. 5, 6, and 7, however…. I don’t know. I have full confidence that if they throw in a second cart they can fit 5 on the same cart as the first 6 Resident Evil games and 6 and 7 would be put on a separate cart. Or if push comes to shove, they can put it in a download code or make it 2 separate purchases. I wouldn’t expect this to cost any less than 80 dollars so I think they could put 2 carts in the box though.

    1. Rehash my b***s! Bringing old school games on current generation platforms are great from a business POV. Secondly, the Switch exclusive Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers was a successful hit… selling over 500,000 copies worldwide.

  2. Old school games are some of the best out there and I’ve been enjoying plenty ( yes again ), but it’s great playing these games on my switch.
    Capcom can and should do more!
    Time!

  3. I bought the Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and have been enjoying a lot! I’ve never played through any Mega Man game until I got this, and so far I’ve only beaten Mega Man 1. I plan on getting 11 when it releases!

  4. I didn’t even know the Mega Man X Legacy Collection was out yet. But I’ll be buying the PS4 versions. I didn’t care for the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection, simply because the Pro Controller was too bulky, and I can’t pull off hardly any moves like I could in the original SNES versions.

    1. At least you can play the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection with an HORI RAP V Hayabusa Arcade Stick.

  5. I’m really enjoying street fighter 30th anniversary collection! It’s nice having all these classic street fighters alongside the great offerings of neo geo fighters available on the eshop. I’d love some x-men vs street fighter/mvc and darkstalkers thrown in for good measure. Fingers still crossed for SvC Chaos as well!

    1. No need to… because it has been updated as of tonight from a press release from CAPCOM themselves.

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