More than a few fans will likely love this as the Star Wars At-Home Arcade features a real feel flight yoke and control buttons, the artwork from the original arcade machine on the cabinet and more.
This is awesome. It was a fun game when it came out. But not $450-$500 awesome. I first thought it was Star Wars Arcade from Sega. It would be nice to even have had Star Wars Trilogy or Episode 1 Racer machines. That would be great. Maybe at $200-$250.
Exactly. Fun for a while then forgotten.
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