Last Updated on March 18, 2021
Video games have long been entertaining people of all ages for decades now. Ever since the 1970s, the gaming industry has experienced massive developments which has constantly stretched the boundaries of technology to its very limits. From video games coded with pixels you can count with your fingers back then to the unbelievably realistic landscapes produced on a multi-million dollar budget nowadays, the video game entertainment industry has certainly cemented its role as one of the most defining moments of popular culture worldwide.
With all the jaw-dropping graphics and massive content provided by video games released during the present era, it has occurred every now and then that people are reminded of the good old days when the industry was still in its early years and iconic games such as Pac-Man and Tetris were at their finest.
The video games of old would always be a vivid memory that would always be cherished – no cinematic storylines to follow and no pay-to-win mechanics, just a simple high score challenge to keep gamers glued to the arcade screen for days.
However, it is also thanks to advancements in technology that classic video games of the past continue to be playable with most gadgets out now. But if you’re looking for the perfect replication of the vintage arcade experience, then the Legends Ultimate Home Arcade is the gaming machine for you.
Play To Your Heart’s Content
The Legends Ultimate Home Arcade is a full-sized arcade machine which contains up to 350 classic video games which people of all ages and playing styles can choose from – all perfectly playable via a 24-inch HD screen. Not only that, the Legends Ultimate Arcade Machine also has an open-API and dev kit feature which allows third-party game developers to plug in their games onto the device.
Additionally, the Legends Ultimate Arcade Machine also offers sweet features such as joysticks, spinners, a trackball, and even action buttons, which are reminiscent of the classic arcade machine. And to finish it all off, the Legends Ultimate Arcade Machine also has built-in USB and HDMI ports for those who prefer modern controllers and an optional subscription to a massive online library called ArcadeNet for even more awesome video games which requires no download time to play from the arcade machine.