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Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Review
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Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Games List

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium will feature 32 iconic Capcom arcade games. SonSon will be included as a free download with the collection, while pre-orders / early purchases of Capcom Fighting Collection will receive Three Wonders as a bonus upon launch.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium will include the bundle of games as follow:

  • 1943 Kai
  • Block Block
  • The King of Dragons
  • Knights of the Round
  • Magic Sword
  • Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire
  • Avenger
  • Black Tiger
  • Capcom Sports Club
  • Chariot: Adventure through the Sky
  • Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors
  • Eco Fighters
  • Exed Exes
  • Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition
  • Last Duel
  • Mega Man: The Power Battle
  • Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters
  • Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge
  • Pnickies
  • Rally 2011: LED STORM
  • Saturday Night Slam Masters
  • Side Arms: Hyper Dyne
  • Street Fighter
  • Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams
  • Street Fighter Alpha 2
  • Street Fighter Alpha 3
  • Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix
  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
  • The Speed Rumbler
  • Tiger Road

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Gameplay

  • 1943 Kai

1943: The Battle of Midway, also known as 1943: Midway Kaisen in Japan, is a vertical scrolling shooter arcade game released in June 1987 by Capcom. Players fly a Lockheed P-38 Lightning, just like in 1942.

Two buttons are used: one for ordinary fire (with many weapons) and one for special actions, which either run a loop, like in 1942 or one of three special attacks that harm both the plane and all on-screen foes.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Review: In contrast to 1942, the player only has one life and one rechargeable energy meter. Destroying an entire formation of red enemy planes will result in a power-up, such as an increase in health or a temporary special armament that substitutes the usual cannons.

  • Block Block

Block Block is a Capcom action game released in 1991 that is comparable to Atari’s Breakout, which was influenced by the classic game Pong. A ball bounces off the top and side walls of the screen as it moves across the screen. When a brick is struck, the ball rebounds and the brick is destroyed.

The player loses a turn when the ball reaches the bottom of the screen. To avoid this, the player uses a movable paddle to bounce the ball upward and back into play.

  • The King of Dragons

The level progression system of The King Of Dragons is similar to that of an RPG. Experience points are earned by slaying monsters and collecting gold, and the character levels up at regular intervals.

With each level, the character’s health bar grows, as do other attributes such as range, and the character gains invulnerability for a few seconds. Along the process, several weapons and armor upgrades for each character can be obtained. The game features 16 levels, several of which are fairly short.

  • Knights of the Round

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Review: The arcade game Knights of the Round was released in 1991. It’s a side-scrolling beat ’em up loosely based on King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table legend.

The game has an RPG-style level progression system, with combatants receiving new weapons and armor as they go through the game. However, the player has little control over how his or her character is upgraded – the leveling system is fixed.

  • Magic Sword

Magic Sword ( Majikku Sdo? ), full title Magic Sword: Heroic Fantasy, is a 1990 side-scrolling arcade action game. The player takes on the role of “Brave One,” a brave swordsman who must travel to and fight his way through a mysterious tower in order to confront the dark lord, Drokmar, and destroy a magical orb that he intends to utilize to dominate the world.

  • Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire

Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire Vampaia Seiv Za Rdo Obu Vanpaia? ), popularly known as Darkstalkers 3, is a Capcom 2D fighting game. It is the third and currently final primary installment (excluding compilations or ports) in the Darkstalkers fighting game series.

  • Avenger

Capcom released Avenger (; Hissatsu Buraiken; sometimes spelled Avengers) in 1987 as an overhead-view vertically scrolling beat ’em up arcade game.

Takashi Nishiyama and Finish Hiroshi, who subsequently produced the first Street Fighter fighting game and, after leaving Capcom and joining SNK, created a couple of the latter company’s early fighting games, designed the game.

  • Black Tiger

Black Tiger (, Black Dragon in Japan) is a Capcom arcade action game released in 1987. It appears in Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 2, Capcom Classics Collection: Remixed and the Nintendo Wii’s Virtual Console. It was re-released in 2013 as part of the Capcom Arcade Cabinet for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

  • Capcom Sports Club

Capcom Sports Club is a 1997 arcade game released by Capcom. It is a multi-sport game with Smash Stars (Tennis), Dunk Stars (Basketball), and Kick Stars (Kickball) (Soccer).

  • Chariot: Adventure through the Sky

Capcom created the arcade game Three Wonders in 1991; it is also referred to as Wonder 3 in Japan. The first game is called Midnight Wanderers and it’s an action game where Lou and Siva go on an adventure to find the magical chariot, traveling through a beautiful landscape full of dangers.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Review: The second game is called Chariot and it’s a shoot ’em up game where the pair fly through the air for a high-flying dogfight. The third and last game is called Don’t Pull and it’s a quick block-pushing game where the player must crush the opposition.

  • Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors is a gothic horror-themed 2D fighting game developed and published for arcades by Capcom in 1994. It is the first game in the Darkstalkers series, with 10 playable characters and two non-playable boss characters based on well-known legendary creatures.

For its aesthetics, dark fantasy setting, colorful character sprites, and many other achievements, the game became a revolutionary hit in the gaming community.

  • Eco Fighters

Eco Fighters, also known in Japan as Ultimate Ecology (? ), is a horizontal shooter in which the player controls a spacecraft with a spinning cannon.

The game features an “eco-friendly” theme, as implied by both of its titles. It was also created by the same team that created the Mega Man arcade games The Power Battle and The Power Fighters.

  • Exed Exes

Exed Exes (formerly known as “Savage Bees” in North America) is a 1985 arcade game. It is a vertically scrolling shooter featured in the Capcom Classics Collection for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox.

  • Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition

Super Street Fighter II – The New Challengers (II, Sûpâ Sutorîto Faitâ Tsû?) is the fourth arcade version of Street Fighter II released, following Street Fighter II: The World Warrior, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, and Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting. Super Street Fighter II included four new characters in addition to improving and balancing the existing character lineup from prior iterations.

  • Last Duel

Last Duel: Inter Planet War 2012, where the player switched between using an automobile and a spaceship on each level. The vehicle featured two major attacks, one of which changed based on the vehicle’s appearance.

  • Mega Man: The Power Battle

Mega Man: The Power Battle (, Rockman: The Power Battle? in Japan) was an arcade game published in 1995 as part of the Mega Man Classic series.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Review: It was also adapted to home consoles in Japan alongside its successor Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters as Rockman: Battle & Fighters for the Neo Geo Pocket Color and Rockman Power Battle Fighters for the Playstation 2.
Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters

Ultimate Justice! Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters Rockman 2 The Power Fighters (Rockman 2 The Power Fighters in Japan) is a fighting game in the Mega Man Classic series that was launched in arcades in 1996 and is a continuation of the gameplay featured in Mega Man: The Power Battle.

  • Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge

Night Warriors: Darkstalkers is a 2D fighting game and the second main edition in Capcom’s Darkstalkers fighting game series, published in arcades in 1995. Night Warriors was released in 1996 only for the Sega Saturn home platform, and received generally high critical acclaim, particularly for its fluid and precise animation.

  • Pnickies

Capcom created the arcade puzzle game Pnickies.

  • Rally 2011: LED STORM

LED Storm is a racing game that scrolls vertically. The player has a top-down perspective of the automobile and controls it for speed, left, right, and leap. The player races through numerous courses, forcing other vehicles off the road or jumping on top of them. Except for the metamorphosis function, all ports of the game used early-build elements, such as the player’s vehicle being Storm 11.

  • Saturday Night Slam Masters

Saturday Night Slam Masters, like Muscle Bomber Duo, is played like a conventional wrestling game, although it employs a vision similar to that of the fighting game genre. Each character has a health meter and three buttons to press an attack button, a jump button, and a pin button.

  • Side Arms: Hyper Dyne

Side Arms: Hyper Dyne, often known as Side Arms, is a 1986 arcade shoot ’em up game. The game is set amid an ongoing struggle between humanity and Bozon, an extraterrestrial power bent on annihilating all life on Earth. Lieutenant Henry and Sergeant Sanders are sent to Earth, piloting Mobile Suits (Alpha) and (Beta), in an attempt to preserve the planet from annihilation.

  • Street Fighter

Street Fighter (, Sutorto Fait) is a Capcom arcade game released in 1987. It is the company’s first competitive fighting game and the first game in the Street Fighter series. While it did not gain the same level of popularity as its predecessors, especially Street Fighter II, it was nonetheless a success.

  • Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams

Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams, also known as Street Fighter Zero ( Sutarto Fate Zero?) in Japan, Asia, South America, and Spain, is a Capcom 2D fighting game.

Street Fighter Alpha’s narrative is set between the original Street Fighter and Street Fighter II, hence the game contains younger versions of existing characters, as well as characters from the first iteration, the Final Fight titles, and a few newcomers to the series.

  • Street Fighter Alpha 2

Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams, also known as Street Fighter Zero ( Sutarto Fate Zero?) in Japan, Asia, South America, and Spain, is a Capcom 2D fighting game.

Street Fighter Alpha’s narrative is set between the original Street Fighter and Street Fighter II, hence the game contains younger versions of existing characters, as well as characters from the first iteration, the Final Fight titles, and a few newcomers to the series.

  • Street Fighter Alpha 3

Street Fighter Alpha 3, also known as Street Fighter Zero 3 (ZERO 3, Sutorito Faita Zero 3?) in Japan and Asia, is a Capcom fighting game and it is the third game in the Street Fighter Alpha series.

The previous Alpha games’ gameplay systems were completely redesigned, with the addition of three selectable fighting styles based on Street Fighter Alpha (A-ism), Street Fighter Alpha 2 (V-ism), and Super Street Fighter II Turbo (X-ism).

  • Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix

Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix, features “super distorted” character designs from Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo. The lineup comprises characters from Street Fighter Alpha, Darkstalkers, Street Fighter III, and the CP System III arcade game Red Earth.

There are also several appearances from various Capcom games spread throughout the stages. Shima Maeda created the illustrations, with small contributions from Edayan.

  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo

Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, known in Japan as Super Puzzle Fighter II X (IIX Sp Pazuru Fait Ts Ekkusu? ), is a 1996 puzzle game developed by Capcom for the CPS II arcade system.

Despite its title, the game is not a sequel; instead, it is a spoof of Super Street Fighter II Turbo (or Super Street Fighter II X in Japan). Music and interface components from the Street Fighter Alpha and Darkstalkers games are also used in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo.

  • The Speed Rumbler

Rush and Crash of the Speed Rumbler are determined to harm quiet villages merely because they want to perform their best in committing crimes. During one of their attacks, they invade the main character’s town, Top and given no name in Europe, and capture their wife, children, and all other townspeople.

Top, a Special Forces soldier, sets out on a rescue operation to save everyone and restore peace to his hometown.

  • Tiger Road

Tiger Road is a Commodore 64 side-scrolling arcade action game released in February 1987 by Capcom and Victor Interactive. Ryuken, the wicked warlord, has kidnapped the local children. Lee Wong and his fighting abilities must struggle for their independence.

Along the journey, he utilizes weapons and stuff to increase his power and aid the player in this epic adventure.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Features

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Review: Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium features 32 vintage Capcom games. Retro enthusiasts and arcade newcomers alike may enjoy the arcade classics such as Street Fighter, Saturday Night Slam Masters, Black Tiger, Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters, A.K.A. Magic Sword, and more.

Local multiplayer is featured in a variety of titles, allowing friends and family to join in on the fun. All players begin with SONSON, a free 2D side-scrolling platformer released in 1984.

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Release date

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium is a Capcom game compilation that will be published on July 22 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC.

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