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Old 12-17-2019, 05:17 AM   #11
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Old 12-17-2019, 06:59 AM   #12
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New Wave Toys LLC - Street Fighter II: Champion Edition x RepliCade

Sideshow and New Wave Toys present the Street Fighter II: Champion Edition x
RepliCade
Replica Arcade Cabinet! Looks, plays, and controls like the original Street
Fighter II Champion’s Edition Arcade Machine! This premium sixth scale arcade
cabinet is fully licensed by Capcom.


More Info: https://www.sideshow.com/collectible...oys-llc-905213

This arrived today from Sideshow Collectibles. It is a mini Arcade cabinet that looks and plays
just like the original from back in the day. To insert a credit the idea is to press the clear red
button that would normally be the insert coin mech. Joystick and all 7 buttons appear to be
micro-switched. Audio emits from the rear of the cabinet via two speakers (there is a volume switch
along with an on/off button located on top of the cabinet)
. The game is charged via a USB socket. Given the
size, price, i'm impressed. The game(s) play surprising well.

While the cabinet artwork is faithful to the original, it has to be said, the artwork is bland
compared to some other Arcade cabinet artwork. New Wave Toys had their hands tied in this area.
The blame is 100% with Capcom. I guess by the time Street Fighter II arrived, many Arcades
would line machines up, thus hiding the side panels from view, which might explain why Capcom
went with a basic single sticker design.

If i wanted to be hyper-picky, one area that could look better are the buttons. The buttons lack
gloss finish, and there is no dip in the top. The button functionality works fine.



To give an idea of scale, i placed Hot Toys - Harley Quinn (Prisoner version) 1/6th scale figure in front of the cabinet.
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Old 12-17-2019, 09:40 AM   #13
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Amazing, This brings back memories, i was an arcade child or as we call them around here, the atari saloons. lol
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