Capcom Arcade Stadium
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Rediscover the era of 1UPs and quarter eaters with Capcom Arcade Stadium, a collection of Capcom’s most beloved arcade games spanning three decades! With 32 action-packed classics featuring some of the best games in Capcom history, such as STREET FIGHTER II - The World Warrior - and STRIDER, this compilation of retro games allows you to travel back in time to scratch that nostalgic itch or share your fond childhood memories with friends or family members! Start off with a free copy of 1943 - The Battle of Midway - and add to your collection with the Ghosts 'n Goblins stand-alone add-on, or with any of the three game packs! Each game bundle contains 10 classic games dedicated to an era of arcade goodness, from ‘80s classics like BIONIC COMMANDO to iconic ‘90s games like SUPER STREET FIGHTER II TURBO and more. You can purchase each separately, or buy all three packs and the Ghosts ‘n Goblins stand-alone add-on at once with the all-in bundle!
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All in all, as long as you’re fine with the somewhat odd way these arcade games are being sold, you’ll have a great time with Capcom Arcade Stadium. The vast majority of these games have aged surprisingly well, being as fun and challenging now as they were back when they were first released. Sure, games like Ghosts ‘n Goblins and Bionic Commando are way too clunky for today’s standards, but when you have dozens of other extremely fun games at your disposal, you’ll ignore the fact some of them aren’t worth your time anymore.
If want to get back to your arcade roots and experience some of Capcom’s exemplary arcade games spanning over three decades then Capcom Arcade Stadium is a no-brainer. The quality of life additions allow players of all skill levels to enjoy the games, and the multiple leaderboards for each game will have the veterans competing for fame and glory.
The titles featured here are iconic Capcom classics and cover a range of genres and gameplay styles, and they all benefit from modern quality of life features. Unfortunately, the biggest setback is how the games are bundled and sold, with very limited flexibility in how players can purchase and customise their preferred library of games.