Limited Run Games is Releasing SEGA’s The Astro City Arcade in Mini Form

Retro gamers will have will soon have the chance to snag a Mini-Arcade that brings SEGA’s iconic Astro City Cabinet to North America for the first time!

Originally launched back in the early 90s, SEGA’s Astro City Arcade Cabinet was sit-down experience that allowed players to choose from a multitude of great Arcade titles and has long been a favorite of collectors. Now, it’s coming to North America in mini form thanks to Limited Run Games.

Big things really do come in small packages: the Astro City Mini is a functional miniature version of the full-sized arcade cabinet that goes by the same name, and it includes 36 playable games. The Mini features a built-in LCD screen, but if you’re interested in the bigger picture, it also includes an HDMI-out port, a headphone jack, and two USB-A ports.

For fans who want to bring a friend to play along, we will have Astro City Mini gamepads (compatible with the Mini’s USB-A ports) available to pre-order starting March 26 for $27.99 each. If you want to add to the classic arcade flair, pick up the Style Kit which includes a mini arcade base, chair, and top board for $39.99.

Starting this Friday, March 26th players will be able to pre-order the Astro City Mini-Arcade for $120. It comes included with 36 playable games and even an HDMI attachment so you can enjoy all the games on your big screen as well!

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