Dream Arcades Announces Dreamcade Vision 29 Pro

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Just in time for Christmas, Dream Arcades announces the launch of its Dreamcade Vision 29 Pro, featuring more than 200 games and optional Light gun for shooting games like House of the Dead and Big Buck Hunter. Introductory price starts at $2,599 and there's still time for Christmas delivery.

Just in time for Christmas, Dream Arcades (http://www.DreamArcades.com) announces the launch of its Dreamcade Vision 29 Pro, featuring more than 200 games and the largest CRT monitor of any upright home arcade cabinet. The Vision 29 is available now at the introductory price of $2,599. Holidays orders must be submitted by December 11th to ensure Christmas delivery.

The optional light gun turns the arcade into a shooting gallery, with games like House of the Dead III, Big Buck Hunter, Cheyenne, and Chicken Hunter, all available for the Dreamcade Vision 29 Pro.

"We had many customers asking for shooting arcades, but didn't want to pay the four to six thousand dollars that other arcade companies charge for Big Buck Hunter or House of the Dead arcades," says Michael Ware, founder of Dream Arcades, "We listened and built the Vision 29 with 200 games for about half the price."

In addition to the 29" CRT arcade monitor, the Vision 29 also offers other features that make it the center of any home game room experience, including an integrated MP3 jukebox, and the ability to play console arcade games such as Guitar Hero and Wii Play.

Dream Arcades sells classic arcades that come ready to play all the classic arcade games from the 80's, 90's and beyond. Over 300 licensed titles are available like Pac-Man, Centipede, Galaga and more. Arcades start at only $999 and are available with screens sizes ranging from 19 inches to 10 feet.

For more media information, please contact Dream Arcades at media@dreamarcades.com or call: 916-761-6925. High resolution images are available.

About Dream Arcades LLC: http://www.DreamArcades.com

Dream Arcades LLC is the leading manufacturer of home arcades and kits in North America. Since its founding in a Folsom, CA garage in 2002, the company has maintained their goal of providing low cost, high quality video arcades for home use. Dream Arcades believes everyone should be able to play arcade games in the home and they shouldn't be limited to a mouse and keyboard. Home arcades are a great way to have fun. Whether used to recall childhood memories with classics like Joust, Pac-Man or Missile Command or simply enjoy today's hit games with the family, Dream Arcades believes everyone should be able to experience Michael Ware's dream.

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