Capcom Home Arcade
Capcom Home Arcade
Capcom is launching a plug and play mini arcade system
Featuring 16 of the best Capcom titles from the golden-age of arcade gaming, the two full-size premium stick and button configurations allow these games to be played the way they were meant to be played.
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Capcom Is Revealing Something Retro-Related on Tuesday
Capcom 's social media accounts are teasing some kind of reveal on Tuesday at 3 p.m. GMT (8 a.m. PST/11 a.m. EST). The :20 teaser video begins with the tagline "Here comes a new challenger!" and it shows a number of retro Capcom games reflected on the buttons of an arcade cabinet.
Capcom Home Arcade Is A Plug-And-Play Arcade Stick Packed With Classic Games
Update: Confirming the details from our source, Capcom has announced a new plug-and-play arcade stick packed with classic Capcom arcade games that plugs directly into your TV, launching on 25th October 2019. They call it the Capcom Home Arcade and there's little doubt as to who's making it, as you can see from the trailer above.
Capcom is launching a plug-and-play mini-arcade with Mega Man, Street Fighter, and more
Nintendo has turned the mini-console into a trend, with the likes of Sony and Sega following suit. Now, game publisher Capcom is getting in on the action as well. Today, the company announced the Capcom Home Arcade, a plug-and-play system designed to play classic arcade games on your TV.
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Ooooo, adding to my Christmas wish list. Seems like everyone's launching mini consoles. There's the
Nintendo Classic Mini
Sega Mega Drive Classic Game Console
So am I supposed to put this on my lap, and then my friend sits right next to me? Or is this on a table in front of my tv? Are there suction cups or some anti-slip base to prevent it from sliding everywhere? These classic consoles miss so many opportunities into making a viable product... why not make an option to add more games later? Why stick to 16? The same goes to all the other brands.. why in 2019 we make a product that's so limiting when cloud computing is so accessible? So, in a couple years, are they going to release another one with another 16 games? Who's going to have a pile of these sitting at home? Is a few days of nostalgia really worth $260?
It’s a big arcade pad controller you plug into your TV. Stores 16 games on it, pre-installed. Estimated release date: October 25, 2019 Price: $260 USD (it’s listed in Euros in the site, and I didn’t try checkout, so just assuming it ships to USA)