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Arcade1Up's New Arcade Machines Include "Marvel Pinball" and "Big Buck Hunter" – Review Geek



  An Arcade1UP in an old western city.
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Arcade1Up just announced four new arcade machines for your home during IGN & # 39; s Summer of Gaming event. The new titles include MS.PAC-MAN XMEN VS. Street Fighter Big Buck Hunter and Marvel Pinball . The latter two represent the first in the company's history: the first shooting game and the first pinball machine.

  The MS. Pac-Man Arcade1Up machine on and off the riser.
Arcade1Up / IGN

Arcade1Up bills MS.PAC-MAN as an iconic new release and will include four games, MS. PAC-MAN Galaxian PAC-MANIA and PAC-MAN PLUS . MS.PAC-MAN has not been available for homes for nearly 40 years. It has one joystick, contains a brand booster, a luminous party tent and a work of art that matches the original machine.

  The XMEN VS Street Fighter Machine on and next to the riser
Arcade1UP / IGN

XMEN VS. Street Fighter is another in Arcade1UP's range of combat machines, and you also get X-Men Children of the Atom X-MEN Mutant Apocalpyse, and Marvel versus Capcom . It also comes with a custom riser, two top style joysticks and custom graphics on the original machine.

  The Big Buck Hunter Pro machine on and off the riser.
Arcade1Up / IGN

In a first, Arcade1Up also showed Big Buck Hunter Pro a hunting game where you play with guns instead of joysticks. It seems to have two guns, so you have a two player mode and the machine looks fairly true to the original Big Buck Hunter . You get multiple Big Buck Hunter games, an illuminated marquee and a custom riser.

  The Marvel pinball machine on metal legs.
Arcade1Up / IGN

And finally ] Marvel Pinball is one of the first of Arcade1UP's promised pinball machines. It looks like it has metal legs and a recessed monitor under glass to enhance the realistic effect. It includes a fake coin slot, haptic feedbacks, tilt and nudge detection and a total of 10 pinball machines to choose from, provided by Zen Studios. TasteMaker CEO Scott Bachrach suggested that prices in an interview with IGN should be around $ 600.

Arcade1Up did not announce exact release dates or prices today, but expects to release the machines in the fall.

Source: Arcade1Up via IGN


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