Arcade2TV Showcase: Classic Arcade Games on your TV

Nov 20, 2013

Category: Tech

Wanna stick it to Microsoft and Sony while showing your true old-school roots? Forget the new consoles, pony up $2,500, and clear a space in your man cave for the Arcade2TV Showcase. This full-sized, tank-like machine requires you to provide the monitor, but if you’re OK with playing classic games on say, a 55″ HDTV, you’re in for a treat.

More than 250 of the games that amazed you as a kid are here in all their glory. We’re talking Space Invaders, Pac-Man, Galaga, Dragon’s Lair, Street Fighter 2, Joust, Baseball Stars 2 (Baseball Stars actually still is amazing), plus tons of games from the Atari 2600, Sega Genesis, and more–all built-in. Grip the joysticks, mash the buttons, and work the full-sized trackball solo or in head-to-head mode. Your current game console can also be controlled through the Arcade2TV. There’s even a fully-functional quarter slot. And unlike with the Xbox One or PS4, you get to keep the profits. [Purchase]

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