Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart

R-Kaid-R

When it comes to classic gaming, nothing really measures up with the feel of an arcade system — whether it's the tactile feel of joysticks and big round buttons, or just the games themselves. With the R-Kaid-R, you can tap into that old familiar feeling in the form of a portable, stylish wooden box. It opens up to reveal all the trappings of an arcade, with a small screen, and enough storage to load every game you could imagine: whether it's from the PS1, the Super Nintendo, or anything in between. And with a built-in speaker, headphone jack, an HDMI output, and eight hours of battery life, you'd be hard pressed to find a better way to get your old-school gaming fix.

  • Analogue Nt

    We're not sure how many people have both NES and Famicom collections sitting around, but we are sure that even if you only have one or the other, you're going to want an Analogue Nt. The details around the console are a little thin, but we do know it's a reengineered NES that also accepts Famicom games, offers what's promised as videophile graphics and audiophile sound, allows up to four players, doesn't rely on emulation, and is made from a solid block of aluminum. And that's good enough for us.

  • Alienware Steam Machine

    Forget next-gen consoles — if Valve has their way, 2014 will be the year of the Steam Machine. And with 14 companies cranking out the boxes, it's not as easy as buying, say, a PS3. Which is why we've got our eyes on the Alienware Steam Machine ($TBA). Crafted by one of the most trusted names in PC gaming, this sleek black box will be powered by an Intel CPU and Nvidia GPU, and will (of course) run SteamOS, giving you access to tons of games running natively, and thousands more available via in-home streaming. It's like a HTPC, evolved.