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AtGames new, full-sized, Legends Ultimate Arcade Machine

AtGames Announces the Legends Ultimate Arcade Machine

AtGames Digital Media Inc., a leader in interactive entertainment products today announced the Legends Ultimate arcade machine.

Among the hundreds of games that will appear on this full-size arcade unit is a large selection of classic arcade and home video games from licensors like Atari, ColecoVision, Data East, The Tetris Company, and more. Top game properties include AsteroidsBurgerTimeCentipedeFighter’s HistoryPong, and Tetris, to name just a few. These favorites can be enjoyed from the authentic arcade-style control panel, which includes two joysticks, six action buttons per player, a high-performance trackball, and two spinners.

The AtGames Legends Ultimate Arcade Machine

Among the Legends Ultimate arcade’s many exciting features are a modern user interface, intuitive and customizable menu themes, network play, Internet connectivity, leaderboards, and cloud gaming streaming. The included ArcadeNet connectivity features free DLC, remote play, tournaments, subscription game library, and BYOG functionality, where you can access PC game libraries. The Legends Ultimate arcade is also expandable, with Bluetooth accessories, cabinet art, light guns, and more, making it the ultimate entertainment platform.

The Legends Ultimate arcade will take limited pre-orders at your favorite retailers starting July 2019. Additional product information will be announced during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2019 in June at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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4 Comments

  • Rick Preciado says:

    Awsome

  • WMS says:

    Oh, so toys and old friends aren’t the only long forgotten ones from our childhood these precious games are too. It’s a little weird to see how much some have changed over the years, like seeing your old friend after ten years.

  • Bobbie says:

    Do you HAVE to be connected to the internet to use this system

    • MaddOx says:

      No. The system comes with 350 games pre-installed, and no internet connection is required to play. Without an internet connection though, you won’t benefit from DLC, updates and multiplayer gameplay with people on other machines around the world (i.e. global leaderboards). However, you could quickly connect to update now and again, and then you should be ok.

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