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Oak
Twenty Fifty
Aug 16, 2019 6:48 PM
How are these only $400? I guess I don’t know anything about full size arcade games anymore. - JP


They’re not full size. They’re about 3/4 scale size, I think. The full-size cabinets are about 6 feet tall. These cabinets are about 4 feet tall by itself, 5 feet with risers.

In addition to the smaller size, the reason why they are $400 is because they are cheaply made. They definitely don’t have the high quality components that the ones in arcades have. Also, these are decades old games, so I don’t think the licensing fees are all that high.
JP
John Schafhauser
Aug 16, 2019 7:46 PM
Thanks Oak for the info!
BiGCoB
Francois C
Aug 27, 2019 8:38 PM
I received the latest Spiderman and MK II as birthday presents.
Here goes my freetime.

Spiderman is amazing. The gameplay is very close to Batman Arkam serie games.
Oak
Twenty Fifty
Oct 6, 2019 5:39 AM
I’m not enthused by games with small scale statues as part of Collector’s Edition, but I might have to consider this one for next year’s Marvel’s Avengers game. Not because the statue is nice or anything, but because of the game and franchise:



yelkao
Dan
Oct 7, 2019 3:27 PM
I hear ya Oak. The blueprint is kinda cool. Although you can find those online.
Oak
Twenty Fifty
Oct 27, 2019 8:57 AM
The PS5 dev kit turned out to be real. Usually the first dev kits that are given to developers prior to a system’s release are simple functional blocks of metal/plastic rather than what we see on the end product, but this one has some artistic/complicated design elements. It makes me think the PS5 will have at least some retained design cues when it’s revealed next year. Seems unlikely but we’ll see:




yelkao
Dan
Oct 28, 2019 2:46 PM
That is quite different for a PS
The Game
The Game
Oct 28, 2019 6:27 PM
If the final product ended up looking like that I’d buy it instead of an Xbox next gen
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