Redditor mystery_smelly_feet spent $2,000 and 2 months of work building this magnificent arcade cabinet that looks like a classic Nintendo Entertainment System. It has a PC inside with emulators that permit him to play the old games. Link -via Technabob
It may not be the best arcade cabinet ever, but Redditor mystery_smelly_feet’s arcade cabinet is no slouch either; especially since he made it with his own two hands. Unless of course he…
Welcome to Stiq Figures, where the sales data is after the break and the posts don't matter. Every week, we take a look at, uh, something - meanwhile, the previous week's Japanese hardware sales figures are posted after the jump, and a discussion of said figures takes place in our comments. Show More Summary
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Born a tiny mewling arcade cabinet manufacturer in 1979, Japan Capsule Computers wasn't to become the Capcom we know and love until the arrival of Kenzo Tsujimoto (he of Irem fame) in 1983. Click here to read the full article Related Stories Critical hits: The 20 biggest third-party exclusive games
Yep. This guy was a lead-pipe lock for the 'Shop Contest from the day we published his story—the story of a man getting busted with 55 pounds of doobage jammed in a Pac-Man arcade cabinet. Read more...
Luis Tyler, a small businessman from Orangeburg, S.C., needed a creative shipping solution for acquiring 55 pounds of a common agricultural product. So he asked that his vendor stuff it inside a Pac-Man arcade cabinet. Which the cops knew all about, of course. Read more...
Last year, we took a look at Arcadie, a miniature arcade cabinet powered by slipping an iPhone into the cabinet. Now, the same retro gaming experience is coming to the iPad Mini. Arcadie for iPad Mini is the same deal as the iPhone version, just a little bigger. Show More Summary
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Capcom's planned releases of games for Capcom Arcade Cabinet come to an end today with Son Son and Pirate Ship Higemaru, illustrating the bizarre trajectory of Capcom's historical re-releases. Rather than follow the history of the company...Show More Summary
If you caught our review of Capcom Arcade Cabinet you'll know that my favorite titles from the entire selection were Pirate Ship Higemaru, SonSon, and 1942. Guess what? All three of these titles are available this week. They make upShow More Summary
Those who purchase all 15 games in the Capcom Arcade Cabinet collection will get two additional games at no charge: 1943 Kai and Vulgus.1943 Kai is a special version of classic shmup 1943 that was previously exclusive to Japan. Vulgus,...Show More Summary
Today, Capcom lifted the curtain on the two extra games for Capcom Arcade Cabinet, which will be free for folks who own the 15-game compilation. The titles are 1943 Kai, the laser-filled update of shoot-'em-up 1943, and Vulgus, the company's...Show More Summary
Great news for our speediest Sackfolk? the UFG General Costume and Kart will be making their way on to the Store this week! Originally a pre-order bonus for LittleBigPlanet Karting, this arcade cabinet on wheels is just perfect for those racers that simply cannot wait to get their LittleBigPlanet Karting fix at any time… Even if it’s during the middle of a race!
I love the Taiko no Tatsujin series, known in the West as Taiko Drum Master. Outside of a single PS2 entry, however, none of the other installments have been localized. You might find a Japanese arcade cabinet every once in a while, and if you do, you gotta bang those drums like the gorilla in the Cabury commercial. But this guy... Show More Summary
Capcom is digging deep into its back catalog for today's Capcom Arcade Cabinet pack, releasing a second pack of 1985 arcade games consisting of The Speed Rumbler, Savage Bees and the considerably less obscure Commando.Savage Bees might be (a bit) better known these days as Exed Exes. Show More Summary
Rob Lach lovingly pats a hulking, pale-blue arcade cabinet with the Chicago flag painted boldly on the side and a marquee that reads "Indie City Arcade.""Yep, this thing's spent a lot of time in my garage," says Lach, 26, of Dunning.A...Show More Summary
All times Eastern (we're in Boston!) Friday 3/22: 1:15-1:45 - Unannounced Game 1 2:00-2:45 - Unannounced Game 2 3:00-3:30 - Capcom Arcade Cabinet (with codes!) 3:30-4:00 - RE Revelations campaign gameplay (Xbox 360 version) 4:00-4:30...Show More Summary
The third pack of Capcom Arcade Cabinet releases is a trio of games from 1986: Side Arms, Legendary Wings, and Trojan.The $10 pack is an interesting mix of side-scrolling and vertical shooting, and the post-apocalyptic urban sword-and-shielding...Show More Summary