Evercade Alpha Tabletop Arcade Machines Can Use Cartridges
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Evercade Alpha Tabletop Arcade Machines Can Use Cartridges

Blaze Entertainment announced its new Evercade Alpha tabletop arcade cabinets that both come with Capcom titles and use Evercade cartridges. The two launch models debut in November 2024 and will cost $249.99/£229.99/€249.99, though the pre-order price when orders open on June 4, 2024 will be $229.99/£199.99/€229.99.

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Both of the Evercade Alpha cabinets are designed to sit on top of a table, and each one features six games built into it. The Street Fighter variant includes Street Fighter II Champion Edition, Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, and Super Street Fighter II Turbo. The one billed as the Mega Man model comes with Carrier Air Wing, Final Fight, Knights of the Round, Mega Man: The Power Battle, Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters, and Strider. 

The cabinets have 8”IPS screens that support a 4:3 resolution. USB controllers are supported for two-player multiplayer. The marquee bar lights up, and the cabinets each come with three different ones that can be placed in. You can also use headphones with it. Not to mention, there is a slot for Evercade cartridges, so someone could play additional games.

Here’s the launch trailer for the devices.

And here is the official art for each cabinet.

The Evercade Alpha cabinets will launch in November 2024, and those with Evercade cartridges can use them with the tabletop units.

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