Pretty boring casing containing some interesting games! CPS2 game PCBs are housed in cheap albeit lazy design looking casings that act as a protective casing and to aid transportation. You need a top and bottom board for it to run in a JAMMA cabinet. To utilise the extra 3 buttons ( widely known as Kicks ) you need a CPS2 harness (CPS3 uses the same harness, but CPS1 is different) to connect the extra buttons directly to the bottom board. As you can see it is mostly dominated by fighting games, despite that, the team has churned out a few side scrollers such as Dungeons and Dragon (Tower of Doom pictured) and puzzle games such as Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (pictured here). They are quite big boards when assembled too.