CAPCOM ARCADE Review
- Four classics in one bundle for zero cost.
- Individually purchaseable cabinets.
- Lots of configuration options including paid-for cheats.
- Problematic controls for SF2 and Commando.
- Classic games means classic gameplay flaws.
Unless you have no interest in these arcade titles at all, CAPCOM ARCADE is worth picking up for its nostalgic value alone and the ability to buy the games you do like is a nice extra.
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If you spent any time at an arcade in the 80s or 90s or you have immense personal luck of having a classic arcade remaining open in your area, then you should already be familiar with the lineup of CAPCOM ARACDE as it sports a classic quartet of titles that are likely to have devoured your spare change in the past.
Players can choose from four basic titles, opting to spend their in-game tokens on Street Fighter 2, Ghouls 'N Ghosts, 1942 or Commando. Three free tokens are handed out every day, though in keeping with a freemium model players can also opt to purchase a stack of 10 tokens to spend as well. Each game features a unique control scheme and in the case of SFII and GNG you are also able to customize them to your tastes. Commando suffers from its locked controls as firing occurs automatically and thanks to a small gap in the firing pattern it's hard to feel comfortable with your aiming.
While each of the games looks and performs with almost pixel-perfect accuracy, this also means all the problems of difficulty or gameplay issues in general have also made the transition. By default each game is set on an iPhone level of challenge and the arcade defaults can be turned back on with an option, but if things get really hard you can spend cash on 'cheats' that can help to turn the tide.
There's simply no reason not to grab CAPCOM ARCADE, especially if you have a nostalgic crush for these classics and should you fall in love with one game in particular you can purchase it to own without tokens. Why haven't you started downloading it yet?
Description◎ Known Issue:
・ Issue: Inputting Japanese (Kana), Traditional Chinese, or Simplified Chinese will cause the application to crash.
・ Solution： Avoid this issue by using other keyboards (e.g. US English) to input characters.
・ Affected Devices: iPhone 5 / iPod touch 5th generation
※ We cannot guarantee that the game will run properly on the above devices.
We opened the Arcade on iPhone to present our classic titles.
We will be looking forward to greet you all!
12 of your favorite Capcom arcade titles are playable!
Classic fighting game of all time: “Street Fighter II”, “Street Fighter II’”, “Street Fighter II’ Turbo”
Represents fighting action game: “Final Fight”
Adventure of Legendary Knights Arthur: “Ghosts ‘n Goblins”, “Ghouls ‘n Ghosts”, “Super Ghouls ‘n Ghosts”
Capcom’s classics action game of all time: “Commando”, “Magic Sword”, “1942”, “1943”, “Super Puzzle Fighter II”
◆Two Ways to Play◆
- Buying Game Machine
If you want to play the same game again and again, to buy game machineI is the best way! You can play the game as much as you want without coins. Package purchase to buy all the game machine is now available!
- Using Coins
You can keep on playing using Coins!
*Coins can be purchased as a pack of ten. New package can be purchased after you used up all the coins you have.
◆The Oldies are Challenging…◆
- Choosing the degree of difficulty
Specially arranged degree of difficulty for iPhone is ready. Sure original degree is ready as well; you can challenge it if you are big fan of arcade version!
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