Start your very own basement tavern with this commercial-quality bowling game ($7,000). The machine offers six different games for up to four players and features a trackball and built-in LCD for bowling on a virtual lane. According to Hammacher Schlemmer, the game is programmed with precise physics to more accurately reflect true lane bowling, including ball spin and direction, and the initial oiled section of the lane. It's also got an automatic score sheet that keeps track of game play, a jukebox that plays 30 different songs from the 1950s, and slow motion replays of your most miraculous shots.
Anyone old enough to remember playing Centipede at the arcade should also remember the wonderful cocktail table-style machines which, sadly, don't get nearly as much nostalgic attention as stand-up machines. The Ms. Pac Man/Galaga Cocktail Table ($4,000) is mighty expensive, but will also look mighty cool in your game room with its retro gaming goodness.