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  1. It goes without saying that there are many different wants out there. Batch 2 of the Legends Gamer will be made available to Reserve later this week.
  2. By the way, in terms of size, it's roughly the same size as the Legends Ultimate control panel. Plenty of room.
  3. To clear up any confusion, it's a two part system. The first part is a small HD streaming box that plugs into any HDMI-based display. It provides the same capabilities and ecosystem as the full-size Legends Ultimate arcade machine, meaning not only does it have a ton of built-in games, but you can add your games via USB, as well as stream arcade, console, and PC games via ArcadeNet and BYOG. For the PC streaming, you can either use the paid server and have your own cloud server to run the games from or you can use your own PC for free. Again, exactly the same as the Legends Ultimate. The second part is the wireless arcade-style control panel. It features two sets of 8-way joysticks with 8 buttons each. There are also two sets of pinball buttons. This controller has a built-in rechargeable battery. It works as a wireless controller for the included HD streaming box. You can also use it as a Bluetooth or USB controller for other devices, like PCs, Pi's, streaming boxes, and consoles (again, just like the Legends Ultimate). So yeah, for $199.99, it's a solid deal. We'll have the non-NOD 2020 version of the Legends Gamer available for reservation later this coming week. It's the same as the NOD version, just without the bonus hat, t-shirt, and custom logo.
  4. That's a favorite hope of people, as are a few other products. I can tell you that we'll only be announcing and doing a reservation for just one product tomorrow, but more products for this year will be announced soon.
  5. AtGames National Owners Day (NOD) 2020 – February 14, 2020 – Giveaways, sales, new product announcement, and more! https://armchairarcade.com/perspectives/2020/02/13/atgames-national-owners-day-nod-2020-february-14-2020-giveaways-sales-new-product-announcement-and-more/ This is the final reminder for tomorrow’s NOD 2020, where AtGames will be running hourly events with giveaways, sales and coupon codes for third party products, new firmware, and a special new product announcement with the ability to place a reservation (and of course more 2020 product announcements are planned going forward)! Stay tuned to the official AtGames socials for all the details tomorrow. Official AtGames channels (as AtGamesGaming😞 Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/AtGamesGaming/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/AtGamesGaming Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/atgamesgaming/ Discord – https://discordapp.com/channels/604480905519693824/604480905519693826 And for those interested, here are some of the great fan-driven AtGames-related Facebook pages: The “Official” AtGames Global Arcade Fan Page – The largest fan group that’s authorized by AtGames https://www.facebook.com/groups/457437778352096/ AtGames Legends Ultimate Tutorials – A fan group that’s dedicated to sharing YouTube videos and other tutorials that demonstrate how to use the various features of the Legends Ultimate https://www.facebook.com/groups/461109044569274/
  6. All options are on the table. There should be some new product announcements this month into next (not Blast! or Boom! related, though).
  7. There will be no re-manufactured versions, only originals.
  8. I'm not sure how big of a market there is for visual novels now, but there really wasn't any type of market for it in the US then. Atari needed more impactful cartridge games to goose poor console sales, not more niche CD games for a poor selling add-on for a poor selling console.
  9. It's a combination. Super high demand with not enough production to exceed it. These sell out the same day. We expect to have more inventory on our website, samsclub.com and walmart.com throughout the month.
  10. Actually, the design and functionality is patented by AtGames. In terms of game listings, I think you'll find they're generally comparable.
  11. These are actually pretty shameless clones. They have no association with AtGames.
  12. That's always the big question with stuff like this... When you add in the stuff that makes a game a game, will it still have reasonable performance.
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