CAPCOM Arcade Cabinet Goes Back In Time Again

By Rebecca Smith, 3 years ago
Capcom has gone back to 1985 (twice), 1986 and 1987 in a bid to find some of their most popular arcade titles to release for the modern generation of gamers in CAPCOM Arcade Cabinet. This year we go even further back to 1984 and another three arcade cabinets to add to your collection. "1984 PACK" adds 1942, SonSon and Pirate Ship Higemaru. It also adds six new achievements worth a total of 30G.

Play 1942, SonSon and Pirate Ship Higemaru. ? "Capcom Arcade Cabinet" is required to play. Please purchase after downloading "Capcom Arcade Cabinet". The individual game data is also included. If you purchase this pack, the individual contents will not need to be re-purchased. Please be careful to not make double purchases.


"CAPCOM ARCADE CABINET : 1984 PACK" costs 800 MSP and can be downloaded from here.

This week also sees the individual release of the three games from the "CAPCOM ARCADE CABINET : 1985-II PACK", which was released on April 2nd.

• "CAPCOM ARCADE CABINET : COMMANDO" - 320 MSP
• "CAPCOM ARCADE CABINET : SAVAGE BEES" - 320 MSP
• "CAPCOM ARCADE CABINET : THE SPEED RUMBLER" - 320 MSP

Players who have bought all of the released titles will be up to 15 different cabinets so far. The additional two games had previously been advertised as mystery titles, but today I can reveal the names of the upcoming cabinets:

1943 Kai
1943 Kai


Vulgus
Vulgus


Both of these titles will be released for FREE for players who have bought all of the titles so far. A release date is yet to be confirmed. Alternatively, players who are waiting until May 21st can buy all 17 games for the discounted price of 2000 MSP.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.