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Capcom Arcade Stadium

Some new updates have just surfaced for both Capcom Arcade Stadium and Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium, Capcom’s two arcade game collections. 

Both games are receiving similar new features, such as a new Turbo shot speed mode for certain games, the ability to operate the camera with the right stick, and game settings being saved individually for each game. Savage Bees in Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium is also gaining the option to switch name entry language between English and Japanese.

Here are full patch notes for both games’ updates:

capcom arcade stadium individual games

If you’ve been interested in Capcom Arcade Stadium but have yet to get invested in the release, you’ll be happy to hear that the games have now been made available for individual purchase.

Prior to today, the full set of titles were only available in bundles. Capcom released Pack 1: Dawn of the Arcade (’84 to ’88), Pack 2: Arcade Revolution (’89 to ’92), and Pack 3: Arcade Evolution (’92 to’ 01). Each one is priced at $1.99, though Ghosts ‘n Goblins is currently $0.99. Also remember that 1943 -The Battle of Midway is available for free.

As a recap, here’s the full list of individual games in Capcom Arcade Stadium:

Capcom Arcade Stadium

Back in February, Capcom Arcade Stadium released on Switch. Fans can experience 32 classic titles from Capcom’s history starting in 1984, going all the way through 2001.

Netorabo spoke about the Switch release in greater detail with its developers, including producer Michiteru Okabe and director Takashi Matsuda. The site first asked about how the project actually came to be in the first place.

Our translation is below:

Capcom Arcade Stadium

There’s more planned for Capcom Arcade Stadium. Capcom teased today that the Switch release “will expand to include more arcade classics in the future.” Additional details will be shared “at a later date.”

A couple of new elements were also announced today, though we’re trying to clarify if they’ll be made available in the Switch version. Capcom is planning an “Invincibility” mode in which players can survive devastating hits and seemingly deadly obstacles to avoid the “Game Over” screen. Also in the works is the “Display Frames Set 1” DLC that includes 32 title-specific display frames to unlock new customization options for the digital arcade cabinets. Assuming it’s coming to Switch, pricing is set at $0.99 each for the “Invincibility” mode and “Display Frames Set 1”.

Also worth noting is that the original Ghosts ‘n Goblins add-on for Capcom Arcade Stadium just went on sale. It can be had for 50 percent off until May 15.

Source: Capcom PR

Capcom Arcade Stadium

Right after today’s Nintendo Direct, Capcom Arcade Stadium landed on Switch. View some footage in the video below.

Capcom Arcade Stadium is available for Switch via the eShop.

Capcom Arcade Stadium

Next month, Capcom Arcade Stadium will be releasing on Switch. It’ll allow Capcom fans to get their hands on over thirty retro titles that debuted between 1984 and 2001.

Here’s a fact sheet with additional details:

Capcom Arcade Stadium

In just a couple of months, Capcom Arcade Stadium will be heading to Switch. Over 30 classic titles will be made available.

After downloading Capcom Arcade Stadium, players can access a free version of 1943: The Battle of Midway. The standalone Ghosts ‘n Goblins add-on can be purchased as well.

On top of that, fans can purchase different packs of Capcom arcade classics spanning the decades. There are three in total, each containing ten games. You can find the full lineup below. 

Capcom Arcade Stadium

Capcom Arcade Stadium has been revealed for Switch, which will feature 32 classic games. It’ll be out in February 2021.

Here’s an overview of Capcom Arcade Stadium, along with a trailer:

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