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Arcade1Up Street Fighter 12-in-1 Capcom Legacy Arcade EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Arcade1Up Street Fighter 12-in-1 Capcom Legacy Arcade on sale for $249.02. Shipping is free.

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Included Games:
  • Street Fighter
  • Street Fighter II: World Warrior
  • Street Fighter: Champion Edition
  • Street Fighter II: Turbo
  • Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers
  • Street Fighter II: Turbo
  • Dark stalkers
  • Strider
  • Commando
  • Final Fight
Features:
  • Custom shaped "Cabinet" design
  • 12 Games in 1
  • 17" Color LCD screen
  • Printed Coin Door Graphic Kickplate
  • Real-Feel Arcade Controls
  • Coinless operation
  • Adjustable Variable Volume
  • Easy assembly
  • Fully Licensed

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Arcade1Up, Street Fighter, 12-in-1 Capcom Legacy Arcade for $249.02 without riser.


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Other than OG SF, the collection of games on this is good. That said, if you're interested in this, get a tape measure, extend it 19", then have a friend stand next to you and pretend to play. Keep in mind that 19" is the total width and the P1 joystick and P2 buttons are each about 1.5" to 2" from the edge, so the actual control deck is more like 16" for two people. It's not that you can't do it...it's if you want to do it. Original units were around 27-30" wide if memory serves.
I own the MK I, II, III Ultimate version and it's great. Arcade Up creates these mini versions to save space. $250 (cabinet) + $100 (riser) is not bad at all considering what it is. I vaguely remembered my rich friends in HS got a SF II Championship Edition at their house. It may have been 3k. In the 90's that was a lot of cash bro. I'm in finance and my poor parents would not have entertained that idea. I would have gotten a beating just for wishing.

But I digress. You could always use/repurpose the cabinet, swap out with a PI and run your emulation platform.
QVC and believe others have the Riser and Light Up Marquee for $299.... Thou many great deals just passed for Arcade1up, last week there were many Slickdeals for sure!

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QVC and believe others have the Riser and Light Up Marquee for $299.... Thou many great deals just passed for Arcade1up, last week there were many Slickdeals for sure!
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Other than OG SF, the collection of games on this is good. That said, if you're interested in this, get a tape measure, extend it 19", then have a friend stand next to you and pretend to play. Keep in mind that 19" is the total width and the P1 joystick and P2 buttons are each about 1.5" to 2" from the edge, so the actual control deck is more like 16" for two people. It's not that you can't do it...it's if you want to do it. Original units were around 27-30" wide if memory serves.
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Quote from bonkman :
Other than OG SF, the collection of games on this is good. That said, if you're interested in this, get a tape measure, extend it 19", then have a friend stand next to you and pretend to play. Keep in mind that 19" is the total width and the P1 joystick and P2 buttons are each about 1.5" to 2" from the edge, so the actual control deck is more like 16" for two people. It's not that you can't do it...it's if you want to do it. Original units were around 27-30" wide if memory serves.
Are you saying this is smaller than the first generation arcade 1ups?
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It's not surprising but kind of funny that when a recession starts people start to go "Yeah you know what I don't need to buy an arcade machine to play a game I already on on 8 different platforms"
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It's not surprising but kind of funny that when a recession starts people start to go "Yeah you know what I don't need to buy an arcade machine to play a game I already on on 8 different platforms"

^this
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The only bad thing I saw about this model is the controls are close together compared to the OG and newer versions.
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Quote from Appleanche :
It's not surprising but kind of funny that when a recession starts people start to go "Yeah you know what I don't need to buy an arcade machine to play a game I already on on 8 different platforms"
I don't see that comment
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17" screen sounds like it's too small
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The only bad thing I saw about this model is the controls are close together compared to the OG and newer versions.
I own the MK I, II, III Ultimate version and it's great. Arcade Up creates these mini versions to save space. $250 (cabinet) + $100 (riser) is not bad at all considering what it is. I vaguely remembered my rich friends in HS got a SF II Championship Edition at their house. It may have been 3k. In the 90's that was a lot of cash bro. I'm in finance and my poor parents would not have entertained that idea. I would have gotten a beating just for wishing.

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They couldn't have taken off a couple of the Street Fighter re-releases and added other games?
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Are you saying this is smaller than the first generation arcade 1ups?
No, sorry for the ambiguity. When I said original units, I mean if you played SF2 in an arcade/bowling alley/pizza parlor. If that describes you, you're probably bigger now and this unit is smaller....as I said, it's POSSIBLE to play on this (obviously, or it wouldn't have made it to market), but it'll be different from what you remember and possibly a bit uncomfortable.
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They couldn't have taken off a couple of the Street Fighter re-releases and added other games?
First of all every control panel arrangement lends itself to a limited number of games. This arrangement lends itself to fighting games. Don't expect them to commit marketing and licensing suicide by going cross franchise on a single cabinet just to please you. Secondly, do you really think you're going to get 12 "A" grade games? Most of these cabs only have about 4 titles. You're lucky if it has 2 that you like.
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First of all every control panel arrangement lends itself to a limited number of games. This arrangement lends itself to fighting games. Don't expect them to commit marketing and licensing suicide by going cross franchise on a single cabinet just to please you. Secondly, do you really think you're going to get 12 "A" grade games? Most of these cabs only have about 4 titles. You're lucky if it has 2 that you like.
Some of the games included aren't fighting games and Capcom had tons of obscure arcade games around this time that they could have put in. At the very least they could have included Street Fighter 3. Three different versions of the same game makes no sense.
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