Own every cocktail arcade game ever made

Anyone who ever set foot in a Pizza Hut in the early 1980s fondly remembers that devilishly practical variation on classic arcade cabinets--the cocktail video game. Well, as with all great artifacts of the '80s, now you can own a personal cocktail arcade game system, only better than any system that ever graced a common pizza parlor.

Dreamcade cocktail arcade MAME system

Anyone who ever set foot in a Pizza Hut in the early 1980s fondly remembers that devilishly practical variation on classic arcade cabinets--the cocktail video game. Well, as with all great artifacts of the '80s, now you can own a personal cocktail arcade game system, only better than any game that ever graced a common pizza parlor.

The Dreamcade 2.0 is 145 arcade classics loaded into one multifunction cocktail game cabinet, and for about $2,000 you can have a fully assembled unit shipped directly to your house. Moreover, rather than the usual two-player versions most of us grew up with, the Dreamcade has three player stations for expanded grudge matches. Best of all, even though it comes with a legal copy of almost every entry on TR's list of great 1980s arcade games, the Dreamcade's PC-base MAME system lets you add any additional titles you want or need (get me Donkey Kong, stat). Seriously, no eat-in kitchen is complete without one.

(Found via Forever Geek.)