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Arcade1UP Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Street Fighter II £254.99 @ Amazon
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Arcade1UP Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Street Fighter II £254.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Brace yourself to be plunged back in time to an era of adrenaline pumping, old school fun with Arcade1UP as it brings iconic arcade gaming back to you. Whether you are a retro junkie or curious to check out the hype-this is the ideal way to enjoy arcade play within your home, dorm, room or office. Available in four exciting versions, the just under 4 ft tall cabinet includes multiple classic games. The machine features original artwork for all time iconic games including Street Fighter II Champion Edition, Street Fighter II The New Challengers and Street Fighter II Turbo. With immersive full-colour hi-res displays and sounds and combined with original joystick and control buttons set up, you are looking at endless hours of gaming.
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This was my childhood at the arcades. 30p a shot and winner stays on! Didn't have to deal with trash talking keyboard warriors online like nowadays
martyboy7022/11/2019 21:31

Or free for life on MAME.


Unfortunately when you download MAME and some roms it doesn't come with an arcade cabinet and sticks does it.
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This was my childhood at the arcades. 30p a shot and winner stays on! Didn't have to deal with trash talking keyboard warriors online like nowadays
Got one of these, looking at a sanwa joystick swap out as the stock are utter tripe. Probably good enough for a casual player but if you’re a hardcore street fighter 2 player you won’t be impressed. Highly recommend the machine as a whole though.
BARKMAN22/11/2019 21:03

Got one of these, looking at a sanwa joystick swap out as the stock are …Got one of these, looking at a sanwa joystick swap out as the stock are utter tripe. Probably good enough for a casual player but if you’re a hardcore street fighter 2 player you won’t be impressed. Highly recommend the machine as a whole though.


I always think that with these kind of arcade cabs it seems a bit of a waste to have it limited to just one game. I'd rather see something similar that was say a cabinet with Sanwa sticks and buttons but with an internal USB cable so that you could put a PS4 inside of it connected to the screen and play the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection, SFV etc.
Or free for life on MAME.
I'm going to mod mine with a raspberry pi and install mame etc.
martyboy7022/11/2019 21:31

Or free for life on MAME.


Unfortunately when you download MAME and some roms it doesn't come with an arcade cabinet and sticks does it.
Haircut_10022/11/2019 22:05

Unfortunately when you download MAME and some roms it doesn't come with an …Unfortunately when you download MAME and some roms it doesn't come with an arcade cabinet and sticks does it.


mame is great and i have used emulators for 20 odd years but you really can’t beat sitting at a cabinet to play an arcade game. these aren’t great quality but do make a decent starting point to mod with a pi, much nicer than playing the games with a joypad
chublet22/11/2019 22:13

mame is great and i have used emulators for 20 odd years but you really …mame is great and i have used emulators for 20 odd years but you really can’t beat sitting at a cabinet to play an arcade game. these aren’t great quality but do make a decent starting point to mod with a pi, much nicer than playing the games with a joypad


I first started playing MAME (probably about 15 years ago) with a rubbish generic PC pad, then progressed to a 360 controller (with it's awful d-pad), then a Mad Catz TE+ stick with Sanwa parts, and now a Venom Arcade Stick (modded with Sanwa parts) which I use on my PS4 for playing Street Fighter V, Street Fighter Anniversary Collection, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2, and KOF XIV. It doesn't matter what platform you are playing on, whether you are standing up or sitting down, but a good quality stick and buttons are everything.

Just out of interest, how moddable are these arcade mini cabs?
Waiting for the TMNT one to go down in price
Ordered, Shame it doesn’t come with the riser but still a good deal anybody know where to by the riser on its own as amazon are oos
DazLFC22/11/2019 22:46

Waiting for the TMNT one to go down in price


Can you even get the newer ones outside of USA? I have only ever seen the first wave in Denmark, Europe or UK (on websites), where they apparently were practically unsellable. I bought mine on sale and later by coincidence ran into a guy who had bought the stock from a big retailer, who just couldn't sell them and modded them with cheap multigame systems from China or something and selling them off for huge profit.
Haircut_10022/11/2019 22:25

I first started playing MAME (probably about 15 years ago) with a rubbish …I first started playing MAME (probably about 15 years ago) with a rubbish generic PC pad, then progressed to a 360 controller (with it's awful d-pad), then a Mad Catz TE+ stick with Sanwa parts, and now a Venom Arcade Stick (modded with Sanwa parts) which I use on my PS4 for playing Street Fighter V, Street Fighter Anniversary Collection, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2, and KOF XIV. It doesn't matter what platform you are playing on, whether you are standing up or sitting down, but a good quality stick and buttons are everything. Just out of interest, how moddable are these arcade mini cabs?


Very. I used a combination of different youtube videosas a reference point to mod mine. You will have to shell out some money though. I modded mine by drilling wholes for two extra buttons, bought some cheap buttons, some 5£ zippy sticks from china (waaay better than the the 3£ "Mr. Joystick" sticks included. Yes I bought mr. Joysticks cause someone said that any cheap stick would be better. I just happened to buy the exact same sticks at first.) I also stereo-modded by drilling extra whole for the speaker and installing at cheap logitech speaker/subwoofer set (as seen from some youtube video. Then you need a monitor driver board as the monitor does not support hdmi. You then need a wiring harness for the sticks and buttons, you need these mini boards for connecting the sticks and you need a raspberry pi or some other pc and some storage. You also need some sticky tape to fasten the different boards and stuff. To make it last I suggest industrial grade velcro instead. It is worth it though, but it will make it somewhat more expensive. Btw. You can get the power button and volume button to work with a raspberry pi, by connection to gpio pins and installing scripts.

As a stock unit it sucks - crappy sticks, 3 versions of the same game (SFII cab), mono sound - yes, you are missing sounds - they didn't monomix it correctly, and bad emulation in general.

It can probably be done cheaper, but I just wanted to share my experience.
Edited by: "Royvedas" 23rd Nov 2019
Anyone know where you can pick up the riser? Amazon price is pretty steep
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