Your stuff is probably scattered all over the floor, but there's a better way to store it. The Manhattan Cabinet will make all your crap look less like crap.
If you're a fan of upright arcade cabinets, you may want to avert your eyes. Photographer Thomas Schultz documents the dust gathering and decay of a handful of abandoned classic games, including Atari's Star Wars and Sega's Zaxxon.
The Fibonacci sequence can be found all over the natural world, so why not welcome it into your home as well? Beyond having a clever mathematics foundation, this modular Fibonacci cabinet also just looks nice.
A host of confiscated arcade cabinets and gambling machines await their destruction at the hands of the Chinese government. More than 600 such machines were rounded up as part of an anti-gambling initiative in Jinan, Shandong province. [The Big Picture]
I do not know what Frankenstein has to do with arcade cabinets, nor do I care. Because this Frankenstein MAME cabinet reaches basement gaming nirvana.
I play my Xbox on a 46-inch high def plasma, from a comfy couch with an excellent wireless controller and surround sound headset. Yet I still lust the nostalgia of arcade cabinets.
While the Xbox 360 arcade is ironically the least expensive version of 360, The Arcade Station T2 is the probably the most expensive...and it actually belongs in an arcade. Essentially an arcade cabinet housing an Xbox 360, the Arcade Station T2 features two controllers, memory card slots and system link gaming (which…
My arcade cabinet fever just can't be thwarted—a disease that sits in remission until a new model pops up in my RSS. The limited edition Dreamcade Vision 29 is particularly interesting because it features a large, 29-inch arcade monitor perfect for burning your eyes out during marathons of Missile Command. Though the…
Gemaga (Japanese for giant things that should not be giant) had a video up on this huge Xbox 360 that doubles as a cabinet. The video's not there, but you can still tell from the screencap that it's large enough to fit 10 regular sized Xbox 360s, 3 PlayStation 3s, and one Xbox 1. And since there's no video, we can't…
In this Gizmodo Clip, our own loving editor, John, builds a DreamArcades.com Head-to-head Arcade Cabinet. It's long, so watch this only during lunch.
I'm not sure that a hideously deformed hunchback is exactly the sort of spokesperson you want for an arcade cabinet company, but the product looks pretty hot.
Too lazy to build a MAME cabinet? Just buy one. Gameroom classics has four units on display this year including a new Capcom-only table-sized cabinet. The one thing that still grinds my gears: none of these damn machines have Galaga, debatably the best arcade game of all time. I mean, honestly, the Galaga ship could…