Xgaming Releases Build Your Own Arcade Kit Powered by Any Xbox, Playstation 2, PC or Mac

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Xgaming, Inc., a Pittsburgh, PA based interactive entertainment firm, has announced availability of the new X-ArcadeÂ? BYO Arcade KIT, designed to allow users to create an authentic arcade machine in their home powered by any PC, Mac or game console.

Xgaming, Inc., a Pittsburgh, PA based interactive entertainment firm, has announced availability of the new X-Arcade™ BYO Arcade KIT, designed to allow users to create an authentic arcade machine in their home powered by any PC, Mac or game console.

The kit takes advantage of the growing trend for classic arcade gaming in the home, following in the footsteps of the company’s highly successful X-Arcade Joystick. Users can create a commercial grade, arcade quality, authentic arcade controller or arcade machine in their home instantly, with no advanced technical skills required!

Creating an arcade machine powered by a console or PC has a major advantage over buying a real arcade machines individually. The cost for one machine with one game is $2000-3,000 VS building a custom arcade machine for ½ the cost that can play hundreds of authentic arcade games from PC, Xbox or Playstation 2 through a real stand-up arcade machine straight from the 80’s.

“The X-Arcade™ BYO Arcade kit has already been used in commercial applications to power industrial grade exhibits and the X-Arcade Joystick.” commented Jeremy Kopchak, Product Manager of Xgaming, Inc. ”We are continuing our trend of injecting authentic arcade experiences into the home and feel confident there are a lot of gamers who want to build their own arcade machine or input device.”    

The X-Arcade™ BYO Arcade Kit is distributed in 16 countries worldwide for $59.95. http://www.xgaming.com

About Xgaming, Inc.

XGAMING, Inc. is a privately held company with offices in Dana Point, CA and Pittsburgh, PA. The company designs, develops, and markets video game hardware and software for the Interactive Entertainment Industry. Company Web site: http://www.xgaming.com.

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