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World Heroes Anthology

World Heroes Anthology (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Compilation (Arcade)
Developer: SNK Playmore
AKA: World Heroes Gorgeous (NeoGeo Online Collection Vol. 9) (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
03/11/2008
EU
11/07/2008
JP
10/18/2007
AU
09/25/2008
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Staff Reviews

World Heroes Anthology review

Reviewed October 20, 2008

Scott Constantine says: "World Heroes Anthology makes no excuses for itself: its a simple, brutal fighting game optimised for the multiplayer experience. Comparisons between it and the Street Fighter series are inevitable, especially since the latter has released compilation packs of its past titles before. World Heroes Anthology follows the same schema of thinking, featuring all four World Heroes games bundled together onto the same disc for the PS2. Its really good value if you and your friends have gotten bored of button-mashing in other games of the genre, but don't expect WHA to come equipped with the same flair that's found in more polished games. "
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World Heroes Anthology review

Reviewed May 22, 2008

Marc Golding says: "The two main Heroes are SNK’s answer to Street Fighter II’s Ryu and Ken, right down to the fact that the ‘alternate’ choice is the guy in red. Even their moves are rip-offs – a rising uppercut, a spinning attack, and a projectile attack – all effected in the exact same way as in Capcom’s game. This wouldn't be so bad if the newer game actually improved upon the source material. As it is, the moves that enaged, that elicited such a gut feeling of satisfaction in the execution, here come off with little pay-off for the player."
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