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June 12, 2019

How to Win at Classic Arcade Games

Even though I had plenty of access to PC games and consoles as a kid (ah, the amazingness that was the Super Nintendo Entertainment System), I loved going to the arcade. While I probably spent way too much time trying to master titles like Smash TV and Cyber Sled—and, of course, side-scrollers like Golden Axe and The…

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June 7, 2019

The Forgotten Video Game Memories Hiding In Our Brains

The mind is a mysterious vessel full of things we know and, weirdly, things we’ve forgotten. My brain was cruising along as usual on Wednesday until a minute before noon when, suddenly, a Nintendo Switch press release reminded me of a passenger I had long forgotten about.

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June 7, 2019

One Arcade’s Homemade Super Smash Bros. Melee Cabinet

A 1980s style arcade cabinet for Super Smash Bros. Melee now exists, and it’s absolutely stunning.

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May 31, 2019

MAME for the masses? “Legends” arcade cabinet could thread that needle

I’m told this cabinet art isn’t final, but it gives some idea of what the cabinet might look like. [credit: AtGames ]

For gamers of a certain age, a real, playable arcade cabinet is one of the ultimate nostalgic conversation pieces/status symbols that you can have in your home. AtGames’ newly announced Legends Ultimate cabinet—which promises hundreds of built-in games and more available via download—sounds like it could be the ideal blend of authenticity, expandability, affordability, and convenience for that specific breed of nostalgic arcade [...]

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