Available exclusively through their Web site in Japan, Capcom has released a compilation of the critically acclaimed Darkstalkers games (as they're known in the U.S.) on the Dreamcast. Unfortunately it takes more of an MK Trilogy approach in that it's basically Vampire Savior (the most recent game in the series) with the option to play using the rules and move lists from the first two titles in the franchise. Too bad, it would have been cool to have a collection featuring each title in all its glory. Now, if you're one of the lucky souls who already owns the superb Saturn version of Vampire Savior, there's little need to buy this disc. You'll also need a good arcade stick or one of them new-fangled Saturn-to-Dreamcast joypad convertors to really appreciate the awesome control of these old-school Capcom fighters. The only feature to write home about is the Internet access included in the game. Now you can fight Felicia or Morrigan with someone across the globe--assuming, of course, you have the proper dial-up configuration for Japan.