The compilation's opening musical number was a compromise from the original vision: a musical history of the company's oeuvre, as told through small musical introductions to each Snapshot. The final opening was intended to evoke players' memories of Rare properties, and includes several Easter eggs. Rare Replay received "generally favorable" reviews, according to review aggregator Metacritic.
Reviewers noted the quality and craft that went into the compilation's design. Much of the commentary on the compilation focused on Rare's choice of selections   and concluded that players new and old would find enough new treasures to outweigh the duds. Reviewers felt that the archival game content and developer interviews were among Rare Replay 's best features.
This made the unreleased game footage particularly hard to access.
He called the stamps the package's "sickest joke" in consideration of Rare's reputation for collectible-heavy games. He noted how the compilation's final games coincide with the Stamper brothers' exit from the company. Reviewers praised the feature by which players could "rewind" time and reattempt difficult sections of ZX Spectrum and Nintendo Entertainment System games, which were known for their difficulty, especially in the notoriously challenging Battletoads. Rare Replay 's Nintendo 64 emulation pleased critics. Its reviewer found the in-game Xbox One button prompts to be "delightful anachronisms ".
He added that the emulated Xbox experience was subpar compared to the unemulated experience. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rich Aitken assisted with the menu arrangements.
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