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  • Legends Ultimate includes 300 of favorite licensed arcade and console games in an expandable, full-size arcade machine designed for players of all ages, skill levels and play preferences.

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AtGames Legends Ultimate Home Arcade @ $469.99 $459.99 + Free Shipping

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tmacdunk asked this question on 04-30-2021 at 08:27 AM
04-30-2021 at 01:15 PM
Yes, it was the CRT and hardware driving them resulting in scanlines and some bleeding between the pixels. Many of the emulators, including these Legends cabinets have settings to add some of the visuals back in...for nostalgia.
fenton asked this question on 04-30-2021 at 12:48 PM
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I had to sign into ArcadeNet in order to use FlashdriveX where my coinopsx is mounted. It then it puts a counter on the COINOPSX icon. You get to launch COINOPSX 5 times before you have to log in again.
AZBros asked this question on 05-01-2021 at 10:33 AM
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It has the pinball contacts and mount screw holes on the sides of the control console so I would say yes.

I actually thought about doing it as well but as others have said, the screen is horizontal and not optimal for pinball. I would get an LCD wall mount that pivots 90 degrees and just use the PRO that way.
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I have the gamer pro, which is essentially the same control panel. just without the cabinet and screen. A friend has the cabinet. The cabinet provides the arcade experience that most people are looking for, and is worth the extra cost if you have a place to put it.

It is worth getting the shims. The plastic supporting the trackball bars will break down over time and the shims will keep it working. Takes <30 minutes to install your first time. I got the shims, so I don't need to be delicate with the trackball. I prefer to not think about the controls I am using when I am playing a game. Search Sheldon Sims Shim kit if you want to know more.

As for the pinball buttons, I don't think they are necessary in this cabinet. the screen is fixed, so you can't utilize the full screen to play pinball. I am unaware of other games that might play better using the pinball buttons.
Now this is an arcade machine...Step it up Arcade1up, you have fallen way far behind
Arcade1up is going after a somewhat different audience, i.e. those who have the desire and space for a home arcade room, with each machine having its own art and controls. If you just want to play the games, on a single cabinet (with generic art), and don't want to build your own, this is one of the best options.

But even considering that distinction, Arcade1up machines are getting rather pricey compared to this, i.e. $400 MSRP for each unit, with (at most) 12 games each.

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Does this include the bonus Galaga & Pac-man that the Sam's Club bundle had?
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Now this is an arcade machine...Step it up Arcade1up, you have fallen way far behind
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Now this is an arcade machine...Step it up Arcade1up, you have fallen way far behind
Arcade1up is going after a somewhat different audience, i.e. those who have the desire and space for a home arcade room, with each machine having its own art and controls. If you just want to play the games, on a single cabinet (with generic art), and don't want to build your own, this is one of the best options.

But even considering that distinction, Arcade1up machines are getting rather pricey compared to this, i.e. $400 MSRP for each unit, with (at most) 12 games each.
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A1up have gone too far with their pricing, now it's too close to the Legends which gets you more for your money. Especially if you're modding, you only need a USB stick for the Legends, versus about $200 of parts to mod a 1up properly. It ends up being quite a difference in price!
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Arcade1up is going after a somewhat different audience, i.e. those who have the desire and space for a home arcade room, with each machine having its own art and controls. If you just want to play the games, on a single cabinet (with generic art), and don't want to build your own, this is one of the best options.

But even considering that distinction, Arcade1up machines are getting rather pricey compared to this, i.e. $400 MSRP for each unit, with (at most) 12 games each.
Yeah exactly, which is why I was saying they need to step it up....$400 is ridiculous for what you get...but to each their own, some may like them...I used to have both, and the Arcade1up's looked like a child's toy if you put them side by side
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Hmm. No pinball buttons. What do you all think of the pinball buttons?
I was wondering that too. You can get the Sams Club Edition still for $500 which includes those, but is it worth it?

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I have bene happy with my purchase at the previous $500 price point. I bought the < $10 shim kit for the trackball and added on a $20ish flash drive to add on the 1k+ games that can be downloaded and easily added. The thread linked in the OP has all of the information on how to do that.
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I have bene happy with my purchase at the previous $500 price point. I bought the < $10 shim kit for the trackball and added on a $20ish flash drive to add on the 1k+ games that can be downloaded and easily added. The thread linked in the OP has all of the information on how to do that.
I have the gamer pro, which is essentially the same control panel. just without the cabinet and screen. A friend has the cabinet. The cabinet provides the arcade experience that most people are looking for, and is worth the extra cost if you have a place to put it.

It is worth getting the shims. The plastic supporting the trackball bars will break down over time and the shims will keep it working. Takes <30 minutes to install your first time. I got the shims, so I don't need to be delicate with the trackball. I prefer to not think about the controls I am using when I am playing a game. Search Sheldon Sims Shim kit if you want to know more.

As for the pinball buttons, I don't think they are necessary in this cabinet. the screen is fixed, so you can't utilize the full screen to play pinball. I am unaware of other games that might play better using the pinball buttons.
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How is the display quality on this?
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This is a great cab for the price. Just picked up the sams club edition 2 weeks ago and couldn't be happier.
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I have bene happy with my purchase at the previous $500 price point. I bought the < $10 shim kit for the trackball and added on a $20ish flash drive to add on the 1k+ games that can be downloaded and easily added. The thread linked in the OP has all of the information on how to do that.
Do you have a link for the $10 shim kit please?
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Does this include the bonus Galaga & Pac-man that the Sam's Club bundle had?
Investigate coinopsx. Lots more then just those 2
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