Video games are pretty fancy these days. That's an understatement, obviously. Just when you think the graphical qualities of home video game consoles can't get any better, something better comes out and proves you wrong. And don't even get us started on virtual reality, which appears to be the next big thing in gaming even though it will no doubt make many users throw up on themselves while playing.
But there are days where some of us just want to take a trip back to the good old days, when we'd spend hours after school feeding quarter after quarter into game machines at the local arcade. Such a time existed, young readers, and it was awesome, and it's still a whole lot of fun to reminensce about those days.
If you're one of the nostalgic types, the Arcade2TV might be a worthwhile purchase. It'll run you $2,500, but it's a high-quality, American made home arcade console that hooks up to that new flat screen hanging in your living room. It's stuffed to the brim with over 250 arcade games like Dragons Lair, Pac Man and just about every other classic arcade game you can remember.
Spending a Friday evening playing marathon sessions of Galaga? That sounds like a good time.
What do you think?