If you're in the market for a new game but don't want to spend the earth, then the latest Xbox sales will sort you out. This week Square Enix, EA and Capcom come together to really amplify the usual Xbox Deals With Gold offerings.
The videogame behemoths are all starting to celebrate big milestones as the medium itself enters middle age. The likes of Atari, SNK and more have all recently celebrating or are celebrating big milestones. Even individual franchises such as Final Fantasy, The Legend of Zelda and Mario are hitting big numbers. Capcom are celebrating their not-quite-40-years 39th anniversary by releasing another batch of arcade classics. Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium is out today on Xbox, PlayStation, PC and Nintendo Switch.
Capcom may now be known more for the likes of Monster Hunter and Resident Evil to name but a few, but their brand was formed on arcade machines back in the day. This new compilation may represent a time after the golden era of arcades, but it still offers many Western gamers the chance to play a few of these titles for the very first time. The Capcom Fighting Collection is out today for Xbox, PlayStation, PC and Nintendo Switch.
As the Capcom Pro Tour 2021 Season Final played out, the powerhouse behind it has announced that two new games will soon be coming the way of the players - Street Fighter 6 and Capcom Fighting Collection.
Capcom Arcade Stadium at its best brings the spirit of arcade gaming to a global online setting, providing the atmosphere of walking into a bustling amusement centre, with plenty of incentive to dive into the various titles and pursue a high score worth bragging about. The titles featured here are iconic Capcom classics and cover a range of genres and gameplay styles, and they all benefit from modern quality of life features.
If you're a fan of the retro scene then there are already a huge array of titles available on the most modern consoles and PCs for you to get to grips with. But some of the utter classics from yesteryear come from the Capcom stable, and so the chance to embrace the nostalgia with a slew of the very finest retro games shouldn't be missed. Thankfully, with the launch of the Capcom Arcade Stadium on Xbox, PlayStation and PC, it's nigh impossible to miss.
During a press conference in Hawaii, Capcom made dreams come true by finally announcing Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. The wait was absolutely worth it - this was nearly everything fans had been hoping for.