A collection of 16 Capcom classics with Sanwa double sick from tight wallets.
Capcom has jumped into the mini-gig cart started in mass with NES Mini, but it has done so in a very particular way: with real luxury components and looking at its immaculate trajectory in the territory of the arcades. It will be called Capcom Home Arcade, it will be a double stick that can be connected to the TV via HDMI and will bring some of the main games that made the Osaka firm one of the biggest creators in the sector.
The Capcom Home Arcade will be launched on October 25, will cost 229 euros and will bet on Sanwa components to ensure the best control of the market. Those interested can reserve it shortly from the official website, but before doing so you may be interested in knowing the list of games available in Capcom Home Arcade:
- 1944: The Loop Master
- Alien VS. Predator
- Armored Warriors
- Capcom Sports Club
- Captain Commando
- Eco Fighters
- Final Fight
- Ghouls’n Ghost
- Mega Man: The Power Battle
- Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting
- Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
At the moment, there is no premiere date for the device in the American territory. The technology used to make the Capcom Home Arcade a reality is based on the FB Alphaemulator, which guarantees an execution according to the quality of its components. Without specifying great details about it, it seems that you can connect to the Internet to upload the highest scores achieved in each game.
Highlights in the list the beat’em up Alien VS Predator, one of the most famous titles of the genre, which never had a domestic conversion far from the recreational. Despite Capcom’s multiple opportunities to bring it to one of the many compilations released by the Japanese company, the license shared with 20th Century Fox impeded any attempt on the part of the firm.
With its release, the parents of Resident Evil and Monster Hunter join other Japanese companies such as the aforementioned Nintendo with NES Mini and SNES Mini, Sony with PlayStation Mini or soon SEGA with Mega Drive Mini.