Earlier this year, Capcom unveiled plans to release its own retro console – the Capcom Home Arcade. It’s been awhile since we’ve see more of the upcoming plug-and-play system, but now you can get a first look at how it runs!
Digital Foundry has released a new video where they go hands-on with the console. In particular, they examine how well the console runs Capcom’s classic library of arcade classics, the resolution quality/options available, and more!
Check out their analysis below.
Having the full arcade experience at home is an enticing idea – and today we go hands-on with a Capcom-licensed take on the concept. The Home Arcade sports solid hardware, and packs in 16 classic CPS1 and 2 titles from its 2D golden age. Tom and John discuss early experiences with it, plus the controversy surrounding its emulation on reveal.