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Capcom Arcade Stadium is coming to the Nintendo Switch in February 2021

The Game Awards 2020 keeps going, and the Nintendo-related announcements just keep on coming. This announcement comes from Capcom. Along with this game, Capcom has also announced Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurection and released new footage of Monster Hunter Rise during The Game Awards.

This time, it’s Capcom Arcade Stadium. The game is “a collection of 32 classic titles”. You’ll be able to download it for free with 1943 – The Battle of Midway included. Additional packs of games will be available for purchase. Capcom Arcade Stadium is releasing on the Nintendo Switch in February 2021. Nintendo’s tweet about the matter is down below.


  1. What a fun and trippy trailer.

    This should have been for Nintendo Switch Online subscription which, as it stands, doesn’t offer much value.

  2. Unless they add the 4 games that matter the most, Alien vs. Predator, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom, and Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara, then there is no point in bothering with this cash grab
    And yes this is considered a cash grab given how the list of games already announced are everywhere now and the few games everyone asked for are never present with the exception of Battle Circuit.

    1. Capcom is trying t lure people in with that ay for new games each as “DLC” crap, and I bet that’s the only way to get the 4 arcade games everyone’s been after for the longest, the cheap bastards.

  3. Honestly don’t know any of those games aside from Street Fighter, Final Fight and Ghost & Goblins. On that note, it’s kinda funny that the artwork doesn’t even include a single Street Fighter character. I legitimately had to search quite a while to find a single character I recognized on it.

    1. Actually, I take that back, there’s a bunch of Street Fighter characters on the artwork. They’re just incredibly well hidden for some reason, which is weird considering it’s one of Capcom’s biggest franchises.

      1. Yeah, I did find them all after a while. Still, I think for (argueably) being Capcom’s biggest franchise, they’re kinda well hidden. The entire artwork feels kinda chaotic.

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