Many people still appreciate the unique feel of playing on an arcade, but most of these video game consoles are classic looking, which means that they don’t exactly fit in a contemporary living room, for example. The Polycade might represent a viable solution, as it offers the perfect combination between old-school arcade games and contemporary looks.
As far as specs go, this thing flaunts a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B, which can be upgraded without too much effort in the future. Those of you who might want to stick to models created by actual game developers will be glad to know that Polycade was put together with input from Atari founder Nolan Bushnell himself. The console comes pre-loaded with emulation software, and it includes about 100 games. The asking price is $1,550 on the project’s Kickstarter page, which you should probably go ahead and visit if you’re thinking about making a purchase.