Capcom Arcade Stadium Now Lets You Purchase Particular person Titles For A Couple Of Bucks

Capcom Arcade Stadium Now Lets You Buy Individual Titles For A Couple Of Bucks

Capcom Arcade Stadium is a enjoyable app on the Swap, which is free-to-download and is filled with a lot of very cheap variations of the corporate’s cupboard classics. Except for one freebie in 1943: The Battle of Halfway and the choice to purchase the unique Ghosts ‘n Goblins, we have had to purchase packs of video games for $14.99USD a pop, or go for the choice to pay $39.99USD for all three packs collectively.

Contemplating the sheer quantity of video games the pricing is not too dangerous, however there are a number of titles we might already personal by different collections, so a decide and blend strategy has been in demand. Properly, Capcom appears to have listened, as now you can pop onto the sport’s eShop web page and purchase every recreation individually.

Every particular person arcade title is priced at $1.99USD / €1,99 / £1.69, which is the usual value shifting ahead. It is also price noting that proper now the packs and all-in-one possibility are 20% and 25% off for the subsequent 12 days, to tempt you into selecting up the bundles.

As a reminder, the total recreation record is under:

Daybreak of the Arcade (1984-1988)

  • Vulgus (1984)
  • Pirate Ship Higemaru (1984)
  • 1942 (1984)
  • Commando (1985)
  • Part Z (1985)
  • Trojan (1986)
  • Legendary Wings (1986)
  • Bionic Commando (1987)
  • Forgotten Worlds (1988)
  • Ghouls ‘n Ghosts (1988)

Arcade Revolution (1989-1992)

  • Strider (1989)
  • Dynasty Wars (1989)
  • Last Battle (1989)
  • 1941: Counter Assault (1990)
  • Mercs (1990)
  • Mega Twins (1990)
  • Provider Air Wing (1990)
  • Avenue Fighter II (1991)
  • Captain Commando (1991)
  • Varth: Operation Thunderstorm (1992)

Arcade Evolution (1992-2001)

  • Warriors of Destiny (1992)
  • Avenue Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Combating (1992)
  • Tremendous Avenue Fighter II Turbo (1994)
  • Armored Warriors (1994)
  • Cyberbots: Full Steel Insanity (1995)
  • 19XX: The Conflict Towards Future (1995)
  • Battle Circuit (1997)
  • Giga Wing (1999)
  • 1944: The Loop Grasp (2000)
  • Progear (2001)

This scribe is off to seize Strider for £1.69; are you tempted to dip in for any of those arcade classics?

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