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Video Briefly: Cheap Arse Star Wars, NASA Arcade Cabinet, Civil War

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers: Cardboard Star Wars, a futuristic retro arcade cabinet and the new trailer for Captain America: Civil War. More »      

This NASA Arcade Cabinet Is The Retro Gaming Machine Of Your Dreams

The idea of owning a custom arcade cabinet sounds utterly amazing, but building one is no mere weekend project. Instead, we’ll just have to live vicariously though the likes of Paradox Arcade Systems, which recently put together this spectacular cabinet it’s dubbed the “NASA Arcade”. More »      

This tiny arcade machine is the coolest way to play old-school games

The Tiny Arcade is a retro arcade cabinet, complete with a working joystick, buttons and a 16-bit screen. The cabinet, developed by the Ohio-based company TinyCircuits, runs open-source games on an Arduino platform. Read more... More about Video Games, Arduino, Arcade Games, Entertainment, and Gaming

Gamer Creates Awesome NASA Themed Arcade Cabinet

Man, I wish I had the kind of talent it takes to create a cool arcade cabinet like this. But at least I can live vicarously through them. This NASA themed arcade cabinet looks like it…

Overwatch Has Some Cool Easter Eggs

Blizzard’s team-based shooter is now in beta, and those who played on the Japanese-themed map Hanamura, could discover a location with a bunch of silly arcade cabinets. Read more...

Chun-Li graces Mad Catz' first Street Fighter V stick

Mad Catz' first Street Fighter V fight stick is up for pre-order. The Tournament Edition 2 FightStick works with PS4 and PS3, has "Sanwa joystick and buttons, the very same parts found in Japanese arcade cabinets," and will run you $230. For...Show More Summary

A Wooden Macintosh Replica Proves the Original Deserved a Flashy Gold Keyboard

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

For years Love Hultén has been making gamers jealous of his woodworking and electronics skills with hand-crafted arcade cabinets, portable consoles, and handheld gaming units. But now he’ll be the envy of Mac fans too with a new replica of the original Macintosh he calls the Golden Apple. Read more...

VEC9 Vector Arcade Cabinet: Vec to the Past

What started as a drunken purchase turned into an anachronistic arcade game. In 2012, electrical engineer Andrew Reitano bought an Asteroids vector monitor on Craigslist. He wanted to see if he could make it display graphics,…

Persona 4: Dancing All Night is Just as Fun at the Arcade

I really enjoyed Persona 4: Dancing All Night. And so did Fahey. But as fun as it was on the Vita, there’s something special about playing it on a giant arcade cabinet. Read more...

Introducing Stephen Kleckner, our new games-gadgets writer

Someone who routinely stops to pick up old tech he finds on the side of the road is a natural for covering gadgets. Throw in a love for refurbishing old pinball machines and arcade cabinets and you have a great fit for someone whose beat includes tech and video games. Meet our new games-gadgets writer, Stephen Kleckner. […]

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Collecting Retro Games 202: Arcade

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Collecting Retro Games 202: Arcade Cabinets • My Adventures with Mad Max’s Capture Mode • There and Back Again, A Tolkienite’s Tale 3: A Far Green Country • What Are Your Favorite Horror Anime/Manga? • RE: “In Defence of SOMA’s Horrifying Villain” Read more...

Raspberry Pi 2 Game Boy Brings Sexy Back From 1989

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

When the ever-versatile Raspberry Pi was released, the potential for cheap video game emulation was immediately obvious. Some of the very first Raspi projects to hit the internet were arcade cabinets, and it wasn’t long until people were making them portable. Show More Summary

Review: A Fistful of Gun

Ah, another day, another pixel-art indie game with a Wild West theme. That said, A Fistful of Gun could’ve been set on the Moon and you’d be too busy dodging bullet hells and listening to arcade cabinet music to even notice. This is a manic game right from the get-go; one that constantly asks you to duel with one hand tied behind your back. Show More Summary

League of Legends Arcade Cabinet Melds ’80s Tech with RPG Action

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

Normally an arcade cabinet has a bunch of buttons and big red-tipped joysticks. When it comes to a League of Legends arcade cabinet, you get a mouse and keyboard to play. Let’s face it, playing a… Tiny LEGO Arcade Cabinets Hit LEGO Ideas...Show More Summary

League Of Legends Arcade Cabinet Is A Brilliant Idea

For a lot of people it’s the only game they play anyway, so why not make a shrine to it? Read more...

Monster Hunter Spirits is housed in a really cool arcade cabinet

One of the biggest reasons for wanting to visit Japan as a kid was the prospect of setting foot into a Japanese arcade. The flashing lights, the sounds emanating throughout the street, the cavalcade of new games fresh on the scene --...Show More Summary

World's Largest Arcade Cabinet Built To Make Gamers Feel Like A Kid Again

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Arcade games were a big part of many a gamer's childhood, but the cabinets on which we played our favorite games had to be small enough that it could share the arcade floor with all the other games. But those of us who became fascinated...Show More Summary

Star Wars Battle Pod is an immersive, flashy, and elaborate arcade cabinet

While everyone's waiting for that one Star Wars game this fall, there's another new(ish) experience meant to transport you to a galaxy far, far away. It won't scratch the same itch, but it's immersive, flashy, and unabashed fan service. Show More Summary

14-Feet Tall: The World's Largest Arcade Machine

3 months agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is the 14-foot tall arcade cabinet built by Jason Camebris to bring back that feeling of being a kid and having to reach up to grab the controls. It runs a bunch of different arcade emulators as well as any Wii, Playstation, XBox or PC game, and looks like it takes quarters the size of dinner plates. Show More Summary

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