Tired of boring old arcade games?
Well, this Star Wars game from the 80s is one that truly stands the test of time.
The Star Wars arcade game series is known for being one of the more immersive options from the time period. This is because the yoke controller offers a unique gameplay style that you won’t find on many other games from the 80s and 90s.
Additionally, this machine gives you the full experience with a large screen, great artwork, and an accurate control system that gives the Star Wars experience without busting the bank.
Let’s start with the only major flaw of this model: the screen. The Star Wars game series is known for its vector screen that offered unique visuals that you wouldn’t get in that time period. And while the LCD screen on this machine does a fairly good job, it definitely isn’t the same as when you play on a vector screen.
With that said, this machine does come with three different Star Wars games, which is a big reason it’s so popular amongst enthusiasts. With this machine, you get to try out a bunch of different levels and playing modes, which is gives players a whole lot of variety.
On top of that, you also get the original control system, which is known for being very different from other games from its era. And since this machine is 3/4th size, it is much easier for players to find the space for the machine at home, especially when compared to the large full-size models on the market.
In terms of durability, this machine definitely does the job. Since it has a real wooden cabinet and it’s made of quality materials, this is built to last.
The machine itself weighs a total of 97.8 pounds, it won’t be toppled over with simple bumps. In fact, even if you play on the rougher side, this machine can withstand the pressure.
However, keep in mind that this still isn’t a full-sized machine, so make sure to take care when moving it around so that you don’t drop it and end up causing irreparable damage.
Ease of use
This is still a pretty big machine, so it can’t be shipped fully assembled. With that said, actually setting this machine up isn’t that much trouble.
The machine comes with all the tools and instructions you’ll need to set it up. And according to most customer reports, they got the machine up and running in about an hour. However, this largely depends on your experience and skills when it comes to assembly, so some people might have a harder time than others.
Value for money
Compared to some of the other options out there, this is one of the more expensive machines on the market. However, with a high price comes a wide range of very useful features that just about any gamer would enjoy.
For its price, it offers a lot of different functions and hours of fun gameplay. So, if you’re a video game or Star Wars enthusiast, this model can provide you with all the fun you’d expect from the classic video game, though it will come at a price.
This is a great game for just about any Star Wars fan or video game enthusiast out there. It contains all the original Star Wars games from the 80s and provides a whole lot of fun. The downside is that you have to set up the machine yourself and it will cost you some money, but it’s more than worth it for all the fun this machine provides.