Arcade Game PCBs Collection

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  • Probably one of the best cross over battle games of all time - what's better than seeing two of the greatest fighting game franchises clash to see who comes out on top?
  • Another of my favorite brawlers. I would love to have a dedicated cabinet for this one day!
  • A great side scrolling brawler that I spent many hours playing at the nearby Mexican food place when I was young. I still love playing this when friends are over.
  • Probably one of the most underrated fighting series, in my opinion. Something new and interesting was brought to the table with this series - fully interactive 3D environments. Want to beat your opponent up with that column or bench? Go for it!
  • I didn't care much for the Alpha series until Alpha 3 came out.
  • Probably the most popular SFII variant and what most players remember sucking quarters from them in the early 90s.
  • Simply a ROM upgrade to Champion Edition, this was CAPCOM's answer to all the speed hack bootlegs of the time. The genre was forever changed with this new 'Turbo' mode.
  • The first of many iterations of SFII games, and the games that revolutionized the genre.
  • The final iteration of the SFII series and first appearance of Akuma. This also happened to be the first arcade PCB I ever purchased.
  • The puzzle game that started it all!
  • My most holiest of grails - T-MEK. I only have this PCB, though, so it's not like I can play it :(
  • One of the best brawlers out there. Some day I hope to have a full 6 player cabinet, but I don't know that I'll ever have room for that!


My collection of loose PCBs that I run in my JAMMA cabinet. One day, I hope all of these will find a home in their own cabinets, but for now, I'm just grateful to have them!





Total Estimated Value

$940 Ave item $78