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Submitted by Tuxmask55 721d ago | news

Capcom Arcade Cabinet detailed

Following the recent announcement of Capcom Arcade Cabinet, Capcom has decided to lift the lid and reveal the full list of classic 8-bit titles and how gamers will be able to transform their PlayStation3 or Xbox 360 into their very own customizable, high-definition 1980s virtual arcade. (Capcom Arcade Cabinet, PS3, Retro, Xbox 360)

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Mathew9R   721d ago | Spam
azshorty2003  +   720d ago
Awww. I thought it was an actual Cabinet. This is an Arcade PACK.
Master of Unlocking  +   720d ago
Always the same old crap released countless times already before on various systems, including on the PS2 with Capcom Classics Collection vol. 1 & 2, which I still have, and it comes with REAL classics like Final Fight, Street Fighter II, or Knights of the rounds or Captain Commando, unlike that half-assed arcade cabinet, which comes with the bare minimum and will probably cost some 20$ again *sigh*

Rather get a PS2 and the Capcom Classics Collection games, guys, you'll get more value out of it.

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