Score a Tempest or Centipede for $99 this month
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition x RepliCade shrinks the original cabinet down to 1/6th scale including bat joystick and microswitch action buttons, wood cabinet construction with Illuminated marquee & cabinet accents, amplified-Stereo audio reproduction, and even comes with a second USB Mini Fight Stick for two-player competitions!
If you missed out on one of the original Dynamo upright Street Fighter II: Champion Edition cabinets Capcom originally produced, now is your chance to own the next best thing!
Street Fighter II: Champion Edition x RepliCade quantities are limited as well, so reserve your machine today.Preorder now!
Centipede x RepliCade shares all the features of the original Centipede cabinet, including a miniaturized Trak-Ball, Fire and Player 1 & 2 buttons.
If you missed out on owning one of the original 46,062 full sized upright Centipede cabinets, Now’s your chance to own a piece of arcade history.
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RepliCade x Tempest shares the same features of the original Tempest cabinet, including an arcade Spinner control, Fire, and Superzapper buttons, all in sixth scale.
If you missed out on one of the original 26,112 upright Tempest cabinets Atari originally produced, now is your chance to own a piece of arcade history.
RepliCade x Tempest quantities are limited as well, so reserve your machine today.
RepliCade Insert Coin keychains are constructed from a traditional blend of diecast metal and plastic. Push the coin return button to activate LED illumination for 30 seconds. This 1:1 scale arcade-accurate replica metal coin return key chain stands 2" tall and weighs in at a whopping 3.2 ozs.Shop Now!
RepliCade Amusements are officially licensed by the original game manufacturers.
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