Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Gets Rated in South Korea

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Got Its Rating in South Korea

Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium seems to be already in the works. The sequel just got rated on South Korea’s official game classification website. 

The game has two related entries on the website. One is for Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium, while the other is for Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium Bundle #1. Both of these entries describe the each title as “a PC game that features various retro arcade games from 80s and 90s developed by Capcom as a collection.”

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Furthermore, both Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium entries also have a 15+ age rating. This is different from the original game’s rating, which was 12+. Apparently, the sequel got a higher age rating since it will feature the “exposure of female characters’ bodies” as well as “body mutilation, amputation, etc. appearing in fighting games.”

Capcom told the gaming public last year that they had more plans for the franchise in the future.  News of this South Korean rating has further fueled speculations that a whole new release is on the way with its own set of classics.

The predecessor to Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium came out on Switch last February. It launched for PC, PS4, and Xbox One players several months later. The collection features 32 retro arcade games that Capcom released in a span of 17 years.

At the time, devs promised that they will be expanding the franchise’s 32-game library in the future. It remains unclear if the game will feature the expansion they were talking about.

Moreover, fans also still do not know if the upcoming sequel will merely be an expansion, or if it is going to be a standalone release with new DLC titles. This suggests that players will not be able to build on their current collection.

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