The full-size replica of an arcade machine’s control panel offers dazzling recreations of 16 classic titles from the 1980s and 90s
Real arcade gaming is a tactile, social experience that goes beyond what happens on a screen. It is about standing at a cabinet, hands on a robust, noisy joystick, shoulder-to-shoulder with a rival as you physically jostle for presence in a clash of skill. That is rather hard to replicate at home.
You can invest a great deal of money and space into setting up original arcade hardware in your living room. Or you can settle for the legally murky world of “emulation”, running old games on a modern computer with considerable effort.
Capcom Home Arcade review – authentic retro gaming at a cost