Good news, arcade cabinet enthusiasts. The 80s platform arcade game, Bubble Bobble is backed where it should be: arcade cabinet and you can own one without a whole lot of space too.
Yeah. The Dim Mak x Arcade1UP Street Fighter II Countercade is gone. We should have posted this when we saw it last week. Then again, at just US$199 per unit and only 30 units to go around, this arcade cabinet from Arcade1UP, produced in collaboration with Steve Aoki and Dim Mak, would have sold out …
Fans of retro arcade gaming will most certainly want to hear about Polycade. The Los Angeles-based company is on a mission to bring arcade to your home and the best part about it is, you have several options when it comes experiencing home arcade gaming.
Who wouldn’t want a bunch of arcade cabinets in their home? But given the size and cost of each machine, owning a bunch of them, or even just one, remains a pipe dream for many. But with the Super Impulse Miniature Classic Arcade Machines, you can create an arcade of your dream.
While the arcade of today may not be the same as the 80s or 90s, you can totally recreate that same vibe with the NeoGEo MVSX Home Arcade System – if you have the money and space to do so.
If Metal Slug-like pixelated side scrolling video game is your kind of game, then I think you will want to hear about this upcoming title from retro-style video game focused studio, Mega Cat Studios called Bite the Bullet.
If the Pac-Man 40th Anniversary Edition Micro Player is a little, well, too micro for your liking, but you still desire for an awesome small scale, playable Pac-Man theme arcade cabinet, then we strongly suggest that you look at Numskull’s Pac-Man 40th Anniversary quarter arcade.
Marking dear old Pac-Man’s 40th anniversary, Bandai Namco has partnered with My Arcade to introduce a gold-clad version of My Arcade’s Pac-Mac Micro Player, boasting several unique touches.
You know you are true gamer when you are still digging pixelated graphics of Atari, Game Gear, GameBoy Advance, PlayStation Portable (PSP) and the likes while others are drooling over latest titles that support ray tracing.
Good news for fans of Star Wars’s 1983 arcade video game. Glen Planamento of Glen’s Retro Show is crowdfunding to make his redesigned ATARI Star Wars Flight Yoke a reality. This is a perfect chance for those who has the arcade machine to give the game an upgrade and also a chance for any video …