Midway Home Arcade Machine EXTENDED PLAY
While this isn't a plug-in game per se, you can still use it without a computer or a game console. Or a television. Or a table. Actually, if you have a power outlet, you're pretty much set. For a scant $500 (plus another $110 or so for shipping), you can have your own stand-up arcade machine. With a dozen Midway arcade classics, two arcade joysticks, and a built-in monitor, this arcade cabinet remake is every classic gamer's dream come true. It's not exactly cheap, but it's worth it if you want to truly capture the feel of 1980s quarter-burning fun without hunting down the few pizza parlors and arcades that still have functioning Rampage and Joust machines. Arcade cabinets are available from many companies, but this is one of the only machines we've seen going for less than a grand.