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Taito Legends: Power-Up

Taito Legends: Power-Up (PSP) game cover art
Platform: PSP
Tags: Compilation
Developer: Empire Interactive
AKA: Taito Legends Power-Up (EU), Taito Legends (AU)

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Taito Legends: Power-Up review

Reviewed August 10, 2007

Jason Venter says: "Most arcade compilations from even the best of companies will include a few obvious misses. Taito was never the best of companies, but it was solid and enjoyed its fair share of classics. Taito Legends: Power-Ups combines games from two different classics compilations, leaves out quite a few good ones, and mostly makes it clear that someone figures there will be a sequel."
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