Rockman EXE: Battlechip Stadium has long departed from the Japanese arcade scene, but just now we're finally getting some decent footage of this highly obscure title. Reader GroundmanEXE managed to purchase a working BCS cabinet, and is hosting footage of the machine in action over at his YouTube channel.
Battlechip Stadium began its arcade run in 2006, shortly after the release of Rockman EXE 6 for the GameBoy Advance. The game acted as an extension of the former, allowing players to upload and download data from their games to the machine, and engage in Net Battles using real plastic Battlechips produced by Takara-Tomy. BCS spawned a total of three variations; V3, the final version, is what you see above. Not much is known in terms of differentiation, but V3 is said to have exclusive events featuring the likes of a BassFZ.
Groundman intends to upload more footage to his channel over the next few days. If there's something specific you'd like to see (or hear) from the game, let him know at his YouTube channel here!
Looking to purchase BCS? Coin-Op Express had some in-stock a few months back, but I'm not sure if they're any left. Couldn't hurt to ask. UPDATE: Groundman informs me he purchased his via http://www.rs2006.co.jp/overseas.htm