Stream Old-School Atari Video Games On Any Device With Plex Arcade

Jan 28, 2021

Category: Tech

With all the new systems and video games of the modern era, gaming has gotten very complicated and, as a result, expensive and perhaps a bit too expansive. If you’re the type who longs for the simpler days of gaming, well there’s a new service called Plex Arcade that might be right up your alley.

The service is pretty simple: pay just $3 a month ($5 without a Plex Pass) and you’ll gain access to a comprehensive collection of classic Atari games that can be played on your TV, computer, tablet, and/or smartphone. That includes titles such as Centipede, Missile Command, Food Fight, and countless others. And if that library isn’t enough, you can even add your own ROMs to the service — meaning it’s practically infinitely expandable. Then, you simply pick up and sync the Bluetooth controller of your choice and get to gaming wherever, whenever. For retro enthusiasts, this could end up being the ultimate video game streaming service.

Purchase: $3+

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