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More Capcom oldies for PSP

Classics, sorry.

Having "stuffed" 20 of its finest games-you-can't-remember-if-you've-heard-of-or-not onto a PSP disk that it released in the US just last month, Capcom's announced another compilation of arcade classics for the Sony game-slab.

Having had Capcom Classics Collection Remixed, this one's obviously Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded - and promises "more than 15" games including Street Fighter II, Commando and Ghouls n' Ghosts. There's also the chance to say "eh?", "what?" and "can you leave your shoes in the porch?" to the likes of Eco Fighters, Knights of the Round and King of Dragons.

And presumably some others, though there's no word on them yet. CCC Reloaded will also offer ad hoc wireless play, game sharing options so you and your friends can go at it using just one copy of the game, and the ability to reconfigure controls and screen settings. There'll also be unlockable art, "secret codes" and gameplay tips.

Why you'd want gameplay tips as something you unlocked for being good at a game is something we can't fathom, but we expect it's exactly that kind of logic that's helped Capcom round up this bunch of games.

Which, the usual tedious sarcasm aside, is a bunch of games the Americans will be able to take apart in the fourth quarter of 2006. Meanwhile, Capcom Classics Collection Remixed is due out here on 14th July, and includes the likes of 1941, Street Fighter 1, and... other games too. We'll bring you our take on it nearer the time.

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