Kind of like how a brown rock tastes the "same" as a steak, but whatever trips your trigger.
baleen - 2011-10-01 These were actually really great. They looked amazing and were a great deal of fun. The problem was they were extremely expensive. I envied every kid that had them.
Enjoy - 2011-10-01 My brothers and I would flip through the Sears catalog pretending we could buy one item on each page of the toys section. The page with Mr. Arcade was so unimaginably expensive, we would skip right over it. True story.
charmlessman - 2011-10-01 Sir! SIR!! What do you think you're doing? Those are not your arcade machines, you can't just shrink them and give them away! SIR!!!
StanleyPain - 2011-10-01 It's time we took this arcade...
*puts sunglasses on*
...down to size...
Xenocide - 2011-10-01 Gee, Mr. Arcade! Way to cause the video game crash of '83!
Caminante Nocturno - 2011-10-01 Can you imagine waking up one day and discovering that Nintendo basically made your superpower useless?
TheSupafly - 2011-10-01 I saw a bunch of these at a thrift store when I was a kid for something like 10 bux a piece. I assumed they were just like the tiger handhelds as they were significantly older. I'd probably had enjoyed them if I knew better.
hammsangwich - 2011-10-02 You fool! These things are going for big money on Ebay.