From the way the graphics look, it reminds me of Contra: Shattered Soldier on the PS2.
Also, as a bonus, there's the complete, original TurboGrafx-CD version of Rondo (NOT the SNES version), as well as a port of Symphony of the Night with new voice acting and translation (though I'll miss Richter's "Die monster!" quote :P).
Looks like that I don't have to drop $150 on eBay.
UPDATE: I forgot to mention that Symphony will be re-released on XBox Live Arcade, and that game'll break the 50MB limit!
(edited by Duo_Shinigami_1083 on 12.2.07 1413) "'No more mutants'. She said, 'No more mutants'! 'No more mutants...'" -- Shadowcat, House of M 8
Well they just developed Def Jam: Fight for NY multiplatform, and the MUSCLE games on GameCube. It's not so much AKI, the game developers have to sign on AKI to make the game engine. EA got AKI for the Def Jam games, and Bandai for the MUSCLE games.