My Arcade, together with the legendary Atari brand, presented the Atari Gamestation Pro gaming console. It is the first console on the market to offer on a single platform more than 200 games previously released on Atari 2600, 5200, 7800 consoles and arcade machines, as well as bonus titles, including Adventure, Missile Command, Asteroids, Centipede. The Atari Gamestation Pro console comes with two wireless joysticks inspired by the iconic originals.
David Cox, My Arcade’s chief revenue officer, believes the company has successfully combined the gaming advancements of the past with the cutting-edge technology of today: “This is not just a games console – it’s a journey through time, wrapped in the convenience of the present.” “The response to the Atari Gamestation Pro reveal has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Atari President Ethan Zoubek. “Fans love the design, gaming and unique combination of simplicity and modern features.”
Atari Gamestation Pro joysticks feature wheel controllers for smooth racket control in games like Breakout or Warlords. The controllers have three sensitivity settings to precisely match the user’s individual preferences.
According to the manufacturer, the Atari Gamestation Pro is easy to switch and wireless, making it easy to immerse yourself in the world of retro arcade games on your TV. An intuitive user interface allows you to select the game you want, and game overview pages provide information and tips for completing the game. The console allows you to save your progress through games, which seems completely natural now, but was not available in many arcades 40 years ago.
Key features of Atari Gamestation Pro:
Games for Atari 2600, 5200, 7800 and arcade titles are collected on a single platform; Over 200 licensed classic games; Two wireless joysticks with built-in wheel controllers; 2 slots for saving game progress in the built-in memory; 2 slots for saving to Micro SD card (not included); Dynamic LED RGB lighting with 3 modes; The console is powered via a USB Type-C connector; Connecting to a TV with an HDMI cable.
The Atari Gamestation Pro can be ordered today, September 18th, for a suggested retail price of $99.99. The manufacturer promises delivery of orders until October 31, 2023.
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