Arcade1Up 3/4 Retro Game Cabinets

Jul 31, 2018

Category: Tech

Between emulators, official throwback releases (like Nintendo’s NES Classic), and mobile ports, it’s become pretty apparent that the retro gaming boom is here to stay. Still, the best way to play old-school video games is on an arcade cabinet. And now you can have a more manageable one in the comfort of your own home with Arcade1Up’s 3/4 Retro Game Cabinets.

Available in four different styles (and corresponding 3- or 4-game collections), these machines are actually better than having a standard cabinet in your home – as they are only a fraction of the size and pack a lot more versatility inside. Each option – Street Fighter, Rampage, Asteroids, Centipede, and Final Fight – comes with colorful game-specific graphics on the outside and a rig inside that lets you play all your old favorites in full-color high-definition. Prices for these retro arcade cabinets starts at $300.

Purchase: $300

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