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Capcom CP System III

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The Capcom Play System III (CP System III) is an arcade system board developed by Capcom, released in 1996. It was designed for use in arcade cabinets and allowed for the creation of 3D graphics and more advanced games. The CP System III used a custom arcade hardware architecture and was capable of delivering high quality 2D and 3D graphics with a large color palette. It was used for a variety of arcade games, including some of the company's popular fighting and action games such as "Street Fighter III" and "Rival Schools." The CP System III was known for its high performance, but it was also relatively expensive compared to other arcade hardware at the time. Despite its cost, the CP System III was well received by arcade operators and gamers alike, and it helped to establish Capcom as a leading developer in the arcade gaming industry. Here are some of the most popular games released on the Capcom Play System III (CP System III) arcade platform: Street Fighter III: New Generation Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Star Gladiator Rival Schools: United By Fate JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Red Earth Warzard/Red Earth Battle Circuit Alien vs. Predator. These games are known for their high-quality graphics, smooth gameplay, and engaging storylines. They helped to establish the CP System III as a leading platform in the arcade gaming industry and are still popular with players today.