Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle Pummels Nintendo Switch Next Week

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Capcom has announced that the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle will release on Nintendo Switch next week, a collection that has seven side-scrolling arcade classics.

For the first time ever on console, this will include Armored Warriors (1994) and Battle Circuit (1997) with every game supporting both online and local multiplayer options to let you team up with friends.

Customisable options let you freely adjust the number of lives, continues, difficulty and controls, while you can explore each game’s history in Galleries – with art, design sketches, development documents and special artwork that was previously only available to fan club members.

The seven side-scrolling arcade classics included in the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle, are:

Final Fight (1989): Up to two players can choose between Haggar, Cody or Guy to save Haggar’s daughter Jessica from the Mad Gear Gang.

Captain Commando (1991): Rid the galaxy of crime as up to three players take on the roles of Captain Commando, Mack the Knife, Ginzu the Ninja, or Baby Head.

The King of Dragons (1991): Set in a medieval world, three players pick from five options (Fighter, Dwarf, Elf, Cleric, or Wizard) to defeat orcs, harpies and other magical creatures.

Knights of the Round (1991): Based off of the legend of King Arthur, this game allows up to three players to choose between King Arthur himself, Lancelot, and Perceval.

Warriors of Fate (1992): Up to three players select from five warrior options to defeat the evil overlord in a story based on the Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms.

Armored Warriors (1994): With support for up to three players, control specialised mechs and even merge two mechs into one with a “Team-up Change” for maximum damage.

Battle Circuit (1997): Making its console debut, up to four players become a colourful cast of bounty hunters pursuing various wanted criminals.

The Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on September 18th.

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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  1. Really looking forward to this collection!

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