Roll back the years to when you were a small kid, and you had heard the clarion call of the dingy looking arcade, where row after row of arcade cabinets and their respective contents commanded your attention – and of course, you hadShow More Summary
Ori and the Blind Forest Developed by: Moon Studios Published by: Microsoft Studios Available on: PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox OneFrom the early eighties, when kids flocked around arcade cabinets bustling with 2-D characters like Donkey Kong...Show More Summary
These miniature LEGO arcade games based on actual SEGA arcade cabinets look pretty awesome and they are small enough that they won’t cost you a fortune in quarters. Plus you can fill your home with as…
When's the last time you saw an arcade cabinet of “Revolution X”? Back in the 1990s, you'd find one of these most anywhere there were games to be played. Ever wonder where your old Super Nintendo was? Think you could even find it again...Show More Summary
Serebii Picture: High quality image of the Pokkén Tournament arcade cabinets http://t.co/oV6DIIA7Ub pic.twitter.com/WBYFXtBL6o — Serebii.net (@SerebiiNet) 5 februari 2015 Source: Serebii Twitter
Original art collector Sean Rutan shares his collection in today's edition of SHELF PORN; check out custom-built arcade cabinets, lots of art and more!
Flappy Bird was quite the phenomenon when it was launched, and the fact that its creator took it off the …
The Nanoarcade isn’t the first small arcade cabinet we’ve seen, with the iCade having been introduced to the market around 5 years ago. But unlike that device, the Nanoarcade doesn’t The post Nanoarcade Is The World’s Smallest Arcade Machine appeared first on OhGizmo!.
The internet is ripe with hobbyists building their own adorably tiny arcade machines, but those lacking basic electronics and soldering skills are left out of the fun, forced to feed quarters into full-size arcade cabinets. That's what...Show More Summary
Flappy Bird is making the jump from mobile to arcade screens. Arcade manufacturer Bay Tek now has a listing for a licensed Flappy Bird arcade cabinet. The larger screen is oriented just like the mobile game, with one big red button to control the bird's flaps. It's listed as a "Video Redemption" game, meaning players earn arcade tickets for each successful pipe slalomed.
If your memories of Sega's classic arcade shoot-'em-up After Burner 2 are tied to one of the game's many unique cabinet styles, a new port for the Nintendo 3DS will hit you with an unexpected wave of nostalgia. The upcoming 3D After Burner 2 will sim...
Have you always wanted an arcade cabinet, but didn’t have the space or the money to invest in one? Well Nanoarcade hopes to change that with their teensy arcade cabinet that’s small enough to keep in…
Microsoft falls out with Google, Spotify gets more mobile, Nintendo quits Brazil, Apple increases app prices, the Flappy Bird arcade cabinet, and there’s no escaping the zombie apocalypse. Microsoft Condemns Google For Bug Timing contradiction...Show More Summary
Think that Flappy Bird is already supremely aggravating to play? Try flying between those pipes when there's money on the line. Bay Tek Games has unveiled an arcade version of the game that promises to be the most masochistic cabinet ever... and we'v...
Photos by Max Touhey for Curbed Tucked away in Manhattan's Murray Hill neighborhood is a master bedroom chock-a-block with the stuff of an 11-year-old's reverie: Street Fighter action figures, five arcade cabinets, and a giant console that can project...
Kotaku is celebrating the Aussie release of Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist — available now on DVD, Blu-ray and digital – with a humdinger of a competition. Up for grabs: A custom ArcadeWorx cabinet with Street Fighter artwork, a 32-inch...Show More Summary
ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY: OK guys this is a big one! To celebrate the Aussie release of Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist — available now on DVD, Blu-ray and digital – Kotaku has teamed up with Madman Entertainment for a humdinger of a competition. Show More Summary
In case you hadn’t noticed, we’re currently running a Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist competition. If you’re keen on picking up a custom arcade cabinet worth $3,550 you might want to head here. There’s still time to enter! In the meantime, here are some entries that leaped out at me so far… More »
OK guys this is a big one! To celebrate the Aussie release of Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist — available now on DVD, Blu-ray and digital – Kotaku has teamed up with Madman Entertainment for a humdinger of a competition. Up for grabs:...Show More Summary
In a cramped beachside arcade, sandwiched between Galaga and Mortal Kombat 3, sits my white whale. It's surrounded by restaurants, a roller coaster, churro vendors, and a carousel, this sad little Super Mario Bros. arcade cabinet. It isn't much to look at, with its chipped, gaudy yellow paint and weathered artwork. Show More Summary