That’s the end of it, too. Oh, you can adjust the colors of the characters’ costumes and fiddle with the (admittedly good) soundtracks, but there are no bonus features like online play, added game modes, or even old artwork galleries. And that’s what keeps this collection from being worthwhile to any but the most dyed-in-the-wool fans. It’s not that Art of Fighting Anthology is packed with sub-par games; it’s just that it isn’t “packed” with anything. If this were combined with the publisher's upcoming 4-game Fatal Fury collection into one big compilation, the resulting package could be a must-by. But that's not the case, so it isn't.