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Want to take a trip back to the early '80s? Well, since time machines aren't a thing yet, the best next thing is to experience classic video games in all of their retro glory with the Arcade1Up Eight-Game Retro Portable PartyCade Arcade Machine — now on sale for $220 (that's $80 off!) at QVC. This mini-arcade cabinet is even wall-mountable!
And if you’d rather not pay all at once (understandable), QVC lets you opt for five 'Easy Pays' of just $44, with no interest at all. New to QVC? Get an additional $15 off with promo code NEW at checkout. Game on!
Retro gaming, compact size
The Arcade1Up Retro PartyCade Arcade Machine is a not-too-big-not-too-small 29 inches high and features a 17-inch color LCD display, joystick, control buttons and replica artwork that will make you feel like you've been magically whisked away to those halcyon days of big hair, acid-wash jeans and neon, well, everything. See it in action here!
Relive those glorious Saturday afternoons spent with Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man and Street Fighter II. Oh, and you can save your quarters for the laundromat — this baby is completely coinless! All the better to maximize your fun time chasing ghosts and fight street toughs instead of smashing your piggy bank open for change.
Each unit comes with eight retro games. So if Pac-Man with Super Pac-Man, Pac-Land, Galaxian, Galaga, Dig Dug, Super Xevious and Mappy aren't your thing, the good folks at QVC offer a model that comes with Ms. Pac-Man with Super Pac-Man, Pac and Pal, Pac-Man Plus, Galaga, Galaxian, Dig Dug and Dig Dug 2.
Does your taste run more toward fighting games? How 'bout a third option featuring Street Fighter II: Championship Edition with Street Fighter II Turbo, Street Fighter II: World Warrior, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, Strider, Ghosts N' Goblins, Eco Fighters and Captain Commando? Even better? The Street Fighter II model comes with a built-in USB port, so you can plug in an Xbox or PlayStation for two-player battle mode.
At $220 (was $300), you can take your gaming to the next level with the Arcade1Up Retro PartyCade Arcade Machine without gobbling up too much of your dough. Our advice? Score one (or two, or all three) before it sells out!
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