What game do you like most? Play it on this arcade machine

Of course I have a soft spot for custom built arcade machines, and although this one uses a prebuilt cabinet it’s hard to go past.

Over-Clock UK member, Mayhem has unveiled his creation, Project: C-MACC (Complete – Multi Arcade Console Computer System) – capable of playing just about any game known to man.

The idea of the project is quite simple, It is to house every known Emulated and Non Emulated Console, Computer, Arcade system in one cabinet.

That is My aim.

That’s right, the cabinet houses a decent-spec pc, capable of emulating basically anything more than a generation or two old. But for the modern stuff there is no substitute – the cabinet is crammed with a PS3, Xbox, Wii, PSP, and even a Nintendo DS.

engadget is reporting that Mayhem sunk around $9000US into the project.

Certainly Impressive, but would go to those measures to get your game on?  

Hit the over-clock.co.uk forum thread to get the full details, plus plenty more pics. 


From Over-Clock.co.uk via engadget.com


1 Response to “What game do you like most? Play it on this arcade machine”

  1. September 16, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    That’s awesome, I’d love to have one of these in my basement!!!

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