Since the creation of MAME, fans of classic arcade games can revisit their favorites without going on a mad cross-country tour for surviving old-school arcades. Sure, you can just run emulators and ROMs on your PC, but there's no comparison to standing in front of a real-deal cabinet. Wouldn't you rather have your own arcade machine that can play over 3,500 of your favorite arcade hits? Think of the accolades you'll receive from friends as they wander through menu after menu of golden oldies like Scramble and Zaxxon. But how do you put together your own coin-op classic machine? Let IGN point you in the right directions.