Arcade1Up Debuts New Star Wars Cabinet Game At E3

Jay Cochran - June 12, 2019
Arcade1Up today debuted their newest Arcade cabinet video game machine with Star Wars which will be made available for home purchase later this year. The machine will include the original arcade classic Star Wars Deathstar trench battle game as well as the original Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi arcade games.

For those not familiar with the Arcade1Up machines, they aren't quite as big or tall as the original cabinet arcade machines they are based on, but they feature the same kind of cabinet art and do have boosters you can put under the machines (sold separately) to make them taller. This particular cabinet features the unique X-Wing style yoke controller that the original Star Wars arcade machine had. A exact release date and pricing information have yet to be announced but we will be sure to update you once that information becomes available.

Check out this video to get a nice look at the demo machine on display at E3.


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