Designed to resemble the computer and arcade stations of yore, the Retro Station features an eight-inch screen sitting in front of an arcade-style control pad with six buttons and a joystick, all colored the company’s signature in blue and yellow. Round the back is an HDMI output as well as a headphone jack for those looking to elevate their gaming experience too.
As for games, the console holds 10 titles across both the Street Fighter and Mega Man franchises, including Street Fighter II, Street Fighter II Champion Edition, Super Street Fighter II, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, Mega Man: The Power Battle, Mega Man 2 The Power Fighters, Mega Man X, Mega Man Soccer, and Mega Man & Bass.
For those interested, the Capcom Retro Station is currently listed on Amazon Japan with a release date on December 1. There’s currently no price tag on it, but reports suggest that it’ll cost around $210 USD.
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