Capcom Arcade Stadium News
The 1984 release 'SonSon' will be a free download
Capcom will be releasing a second Arcade Stadium collection on the Nintendo Switch and multiple other platforms. It's officially titled Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium. The 1984 shoot 'em up side-scrolling SonSon will be a free download in this particular collection. And if you end up pre-ordering / early...
MVG takes a look
Video game emulators aren't always seen in the best light, but they actually play an important role when it comes to video game preservation and the revival of classics on modern hardware. With this in mind, MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) has just turned 25 years old, after making its debut on 5th February 1997. If you're...
Capcom Arcade Stadium is a fun app on the Switch, which is free-to-download and is packed with a lot of very reasonable versions of the company's cabinet classics. Aside from one freebie in 1943: The Battle of Midway and the option to buy the original Ghosts 'n Goblins, we've had to buy packs of games for $14.99USD a pop, or go for the...
It's getting some new features, too
If you were hoping for a little extra from the Capcom Arcade Stadium, you're in luck. It's been announced this nostaglic-packed collection will be expanding with more arcade classics in the future. More information about these new (but old) additions - including the timing of the release - will be revealed at a...
E. Honda's bathhouse gets a new look
Capcom Arcade Stadium came to Switch yesterday, and people are already finding new secrets and updates in the various arcade games within. In the latest discovery, Twitter user @pomegd (h/t Kotaku) noticed that part of the E. Honda bathhouse stage has been removed for the
Cathedral, Capcom Arcade Stadium, Persona 5 Strikers!
The latest Nintendo Download update for North America has arrived, and it's bringing new games galore to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop a vote in our poll and comment down below with your potential picks for the week. Enjoy! Switch eShop - Highlights: Capcom Arcade Stadium...
Full collection costs $40
Capcom has been rather quiet about when Capcom Arcade Stadium would go live on Switch – and now we know why. The company was saving the confirmation for the first Nintendo Direct in what feels like forever. The games are offered in three packs, each costing $14.99 and each covering a period of Capcom's coin-op history:...