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Arcade 1UP introducing a new Pro series. Starting with Killer Instinct.

BennyBlanco

aka IMurRIVAL69

With its increased size over standard Arcade1Up game machines, the PRO SERIES features a new 19” LCD screen that provides a 5:4 arcade aspect ratio, with stunning vibrancy, contrast, and viewing angles. Upgraded speakers and speaker grills accentuate every strike executed.

For retrogaming “control freaks,” the PRO SERIES features upgraded joysticks and more generous spacing between components that improves precision


Wifi (Online Multiplayer)
Flush Cabinet Design stands at 67.5” Tall!
19” LCD Screen
Upgraded Lit Marquee
Suzohapp Joysticks and Buttons
Upgraded Speakers and Speaker Grills
Clear Deck Protector
Molded coin door with light-up coin slots for 1-2 player start.
Faux Metal T-Molding
Faux Arcade1up badge
Licensed Swivel Stool with Back Rest
Licensed Anti-fatigue mat included
Licensed Tin Sign 18” x 24”


 
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BlackTron

Member
I saw the Simpsons one in Walmart yesterday. I really just want the TMNT one but at the bigger size, with the ability to play other 4 player games like Simpsons.

It's really really cool, I just can't see buying a whole arcade cabinet for one game, with no way to switch it out (authorized or otherwise).
 

Tuff McNutt

Member
I have a couple of A1Up cabinets and like them for what they are, but for $1000, you're getting into territory where you can buy an actual cabinet or a nicely made multicade. No thanks.
 
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Alexios

Cores, shaders and BIOS oh my!
Wow, they've really expanded their selection since I last checked, I had no idea they have racing cabinets and stuff.

The countercades seem to need much bigger screens though, it looks so off with the 2 player controls expanding outside the cabinet for Marvel Super Heroes and SFII.

What are their innards then, have people hacked them to add more games? Like could you add Daytona USA to their Ridge Racer cab and have it perform good, and via what means, retroarch and cores or what? Or add Slipstream to the Outrun cab.
 
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That's pretty dang cool; not a big KI fan TBH, but the prospect this could have for other games with full-size cabinets is what I'm more interested in. I would love if Namco could work something out to get a Tekken 1/2/3 cabinet for example.

Or, as I've seen mentioned here and there, just a cabinet serving as a "kit" with a built-in monitor, speakers, controls, and maybe even APU or decent CPU/GPU package with their own frontend as an OS installable. The user just supplies their own games and stuff like RAM, and go from there. At the very least A1UP should try doing this for arcade operators if they haven't already.

What are their innards then, have people hacked them to add more games? Like could you add Daytona USA to their Ridge Racer cab and have it perform good, and via what means, retroarch and cores or what? Or add Slipstream to the Outrun cab.

Haven't looked up on this myself, but it wouldn't surprise me if it's happened. Try searching for a few vids or maybe hit up Arcade Heroes to see if they have some articles on such. I would be interested in it myself.
 
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I dig the semi resurgence of laymans cabs even though lit feels a bit hipster.

"Looks over at his jamma harness and HAPPS.....ah the early 2000s."

#supergun

#boomer
 
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