It looks like the eight games rated by the ESRB were just half of what we can expect within the Capcom Arcade Cabinet as Capcom has fully detailed what we can expect, how much we’ll be paying, and when everything will show up.
Starting on February 19th, Capcom will begin releasing 15 of their classic 8-bit titles onto the PlayStation Network in a customizable, HD 80’s arcade. Simply by downloading a single game or pack will give you access to the Capcom Arcade Cabinet, which includes DIP switch functionality, a music player, an art gallery, as well as video capturing, which can be uploaded to YouTube.
With that DIP switch functionality, you’ll be able to change the number of lives and difficulty while in standard mode, including a Casual Mode to make everything easier. On top of this, you can expect 2 player online play for certain games, a global leaderboard, a training mode with infinite lives, trophies, and the ability to choose between Japanese or international versions of the games.
To help get you acquainted with the Capcom Arcade Cabinet, a Black Tiger demo with unlimited credits will be offered for free on February 19th. And if you happen to purchase all 15 games, you’ll be given two unspecified games for free at a later date.
Check out the full line-up of titles of below:
- Game Pack 1: Black Tiger, Avengers, 1943: The Battle of Midway – $4.99
- Game Pack 2: Ghosts n Goblins, Gun.Smoke, Section Z – $9.99
- Avengers – $3.99
- 1943: The Battle of Midway – $3.99
- Game Pack 3: Side Arms, Legendary Wings, Trojan – $9.99
- Ghost n Goblins – $3.99
- Gun.Smoke – $3.99
- Section Z – $3.99
- Game Pack 4: Commando, The Speed Rumbler, Exed Exes (Savage Bees) – $9.99
- Side Arms – $3.99
- Legendary Wings – $3.99
- Trojan – $3.99
- Game Pack 5: 1942, SonSon, Pirate Ship Higemaru – $9.99
- Commando – $3.99
- The Speed Rumbler – $3.99
- Exed Exes (The Savage Bees) – $3.99
- 1942 – $3.99
- SonSon – $3.99
- Pirate Ship Higemaru – $3.99
- All in One Pack – $29.99
Will you be buying all the Game Packs as they are released? Or will you wait until the All in One Pack is out in May and save $15? Let us know in the comments below.