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Last month, Capcom released Capcom Arcade Stadium for Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. I’m here to tell you that this delightful compilation is worth looking into if you’re a fan of retro arcade games.
If you buy the full version of Arcade Stadium for $40, you’ll get access to 32 games from a time period stretching between 1984 to 2001. This includes some of Capcom’s biggest hits, like Street Fighter II, Final Fight, and Commando. You also get access to some deeper cuts like the Three Kingdoms-themed beat-’em-up Dynasty Wars and the co-op sidescroller Mega Twins.
But the presentation is what really makes Capcom Arcade Stadium