Arcade1Up’s Legacy Machines Now Include Capcom And Ms Pac-Man

Two more Legacy arcade cabinets are on the way from Arcade1Up, one from Namco and the other from Capcom.
The Capcom Legacy Yoga Flame Edition cabinet ships with 14 built-in games. The cab features Street Fighter artwork on the side panels but keeps the SFII: Turbo Championship Edition marquee, monitor frame, and joystick board. Unfortunately, the concrete gray colors clash harshly with the Yoga Flam artwork surrounding it. I hope this is revised before the final product is released. Unlike other recent Arcade1Up machines, this one is a bit more affordable, priced at $499.99.
The Yoga Flame cabinet is WiFi enabled for online play and includes the following Capcom titles:

  • King of Dragons
  • Strider
  • Progear
  • Battle Circuit 
  • Street Fighter II: CE
  • Street Fighter II: HF
  • Super SF2 Turbo
  • Super Puzzle Fighter 
  • Saturday Night Slam Masters
  • Capcom Sports Club
  • Final Fight 
  • Giga Wing
  • Captain Commando
  • Armored Warriors

The Ms. Pac-Man Bandai Namco Legacy arcade machine is also $499.99 and pre-loaded with 14 titles. The cabinet is also WiFi-enabled, but only for leaderboards. The marquee lights up, and the artwork probably looks impressive under a blacklight.
Here are the titles you’ll get with this Ms. Pac-Man cab:

  • Ms. Pac-Man
  • Galaga
  • Galaxian
  • Dig Dug
  • Dig Dug II
  • Mappy
  • Dragon Buster
  • Rompers
  • King & Balloon
  • Pac-Mania
  • Pac-Land
  • Pac-Man Plus
  • Super Pac-Man
  • Pac & Pals

Aside from the great artwork, Namco cabinets never really “wow” me when it comes to the games. I’ve owned a few Arcade1Up Pac-Man cabinets, and I’m a little burnt out on the same collection of games. Thankfully, even the most inexperienced people can easily modify these cabinets to use a RetroPi setup and turn it into a true retro gaming powerhouse.
I think it may be time for Arcade1Up to branch out beyond Namco games and Capcom’s fighters. Sure, the company has dabbled with Midway and Konami, to name a few, but when will we start to get into some of the more unique things? Perhaps the research and development to tackle the rarer arcade machines are too much? What do you think? Let us know below.
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