My Arcade and 4Gamers hit Paris Games Week

by MaddOx
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My Arcade and 4Gamers announced today a range of their retro systems and bespoke console accessories will be on show at Paris Games Week; from October 30 through November 3.

4Gamers gaming headsets and both the My Arcade Micro Player and Pocket Player will be on show and on sale at both the FNAC booth (Hall 1, Booth 1C021) and 4Gamers gaming headsets will be available at the Omaké Books booth (Hall 2.2, Booth 2.2 A040). Representatives from both companies will also be on hand for meetings and demonstrations.

A brand dedicated to all things retro, My Arcade specialise in arcade entertainment, with their range of table-top, licensed arcade machines proving eminently popular amongst retro fans and collectors alike. Featuring arcade sticks, action buttons and authentic marque artwork, My Arcade delivers unmissable products for any and all arcade fans.

The Micro Player range presents gamers with a scaled-down table-top arcade experience; complete with an arcade stick, action buttons and authentic marque artwork. Officially-licensed from the arcade superpowers, these playable collectables allow gamers to step back in time and relive those classic arcade moments.

The Micro Player line-up includes massively popular titles such as BUBBLE BOBBLE (Taito), Ms.PAC-MAN and GALAGA (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.) — all deserving of their place in arcade folklore — offering timeless, hugely enjoyable gameplay.

My Arcade Space Invaders Micro Player

My Arcade's Space Invaders Micro Player

Also on display will be 4Gamers PRO4-70, an officially-licensed PlayStation 4 stereo gaming headset. 40mm speaker drivers provide powerful game and integrated chat audio, all encased within soft leatherette comfort-fitted ear cushions for boosted gaming endurance. The stylish all-black design offers a professional gloss finish to a powerful headset.

For more information on My Arcade and its wide array of retro gaming products, please visit and and follow on Twitter @MyArcadeRetro.

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