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We review all 18 co-op titles and numerous features of this arcade games collection.

Capcom Arcade Stadium Co-op Review

Now that Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium is here, it’s time for us to finally review the first game. Capcom Arcade Stadium is a collection of 32 classic arcade games that were originally released from 1984-2001. The various titles can be purchased as a full collection or piecemeal, with the base software and 1943, a co-op shoot ‘em up, availa...

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Get a great assortment of co-op beat 'em ups and shmups on one arcade cabinet.

Arcade1Up Announces New Capcom Legacy Arcade Cabinets Filled with Co-op Goodness

The June E3 season came and went without Arcade1Up making any big home arcade cabinet announcements. Arcade1Up kicked offer July with a bang, though, first launching its long-promised Dragon's Lair cabinet, and now announcing three new machines. Today, two new Capcom Legacy cabinets have gone up for preorder that feature Captain Commando and plenty more co-op arcade classics, and a third cabinet features Ms. Pac-Man and other Namco titles.

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32 games sorted for your convenience!

'Capcom Arcade Stadium' Full Games List by Title, Release Date, and Co-Op

Capcom Arcade Stadium launched on Switch earlier this year before eventually arriving on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC. The collection itself is a free download and includes one game (1943), with the remaining games sold as DLC, for a total of 32 classic arcade games. Making sense of those DLC packs and the scope of the collection can be daunting, so here's a full games list sorted by title, release date, and co-op features.

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And everybody thought "The Duke" was a big controller...

Enjoy Classic Capcom Arcade Games in Your Home

Everybody's getting into the "classic games on a little box" game these days. Nintendo has the NES Classic and SNES Classic, Sega is releasing the Genesis Mini this Fall (we're waiting for the full list of games to be revealed so we know just how many co-op titles it will have), and last week, Capcom revealed that it's getting into the retro game market, too, with its "Capcom Home Arcade" console/controller.

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For some, Holy Diver will be the biggest "get" on the list

Play Classic Co-Op Titles with the Retro-Bit Generations

During the summer, Nintendo unveiled a little something that's sure to be a big hit this holiday season, the NES Classic Edition. The "console" shaped like a classic NES would come preloaded with 30 titles from the olden days, like Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros 3, and include modern connection ports so you can hook it up to your TV and relive your youthful gaming days. Retro-Bit, who has been putting out emulation consoles that let you play your old cartridges, has recently announced a similar product, the Retro-Bit Generations.

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