Arcade1Up Reveals 3 New Legacy Edition Cabinets

This afternoon, Arcade1Up revealed (and opened pre-orders) three cabinets coming to their Legacy Edition line, offering second chances and new features.

If you haven’t jumped on the Arcade1Up bandwagon yet, or simply missed out on some of the previous releases you wanted, their Legacy Edition line of cabinets is here for you. These include several more games into one system that you can enjoy, sometimes with added features.

Today, they’ve announced the three additions to the line arriving this year: BANDAI Legacy Arcade Game – PAC-MANIA Edition, MIDWAY Legacy Arcade Game – Mortal Kombat 30th Edition, and ATARI Legacy Arcade Game – Centipede Edition. Each of these machines will come loaded with 14 games (that’s two more than last year’s Legacy Edition cabinets), and for the first time, Mortal Kombat is including ONLINE Live support play!

Midway Legacy Arcade Game Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary: In celebration of three brutal decades of MORTAL KOMBAT, Arcade1Up introduces for the first time ever LIVE online play in a Midway home arcade machine. This home arcade packs a SUPERB punch.

Atari Legacy Arcade Game Centipede Edition: Retro gaming fans and pop-culture enthusiasts have been clamoring for it, and here it is courtesy of Arcade1Up: the Atari Legacy CENTIPEDE Edition home arcade machine. For the first time in a form factor shaped just like the original classic arcade cabinet!

Bandai Legacy Arcade Game PAC-MANIA Edition: For the first time ever in a BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Legacy home arcade game machine, you’ve got Wi-Fi leaderboards! With no subscription required, see how your high scores measure up to other retrogamers with this Arcade1Up BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment PAC-MANIA Legacy Edition.

Pre-orders for all of these are live right now at the links above. Even better, orders made before June 19th get Free Shipping to go with it!

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