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Arcade Sofa

By: on August 28, 2017

1991 brought Street Fighter II. 2017 brings the Street Fighter II Arcade Sofa. Relive your 90s glory playing the game...and then maybe get a different type of game on...on it.

Paris design house Harow - also responsible for this outstanding Skull Armchair - gives a nod to the early 1990s' resurgence of arcade games and culture with their Arcade Sofas. Capcom's Street Fighter II set off the trend, but Harow highlights a slew of other names, images, and artistic styles that helped define the trend in its line of cabinet-shaped couches too.

Choose from at least 21 different Arcade Sofa designs, from Pop- to Vandal- to Fighter- to Hello Kitty-themed, all handmade from recycled wood, steel, and velvet.

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$349.99 from ThinkGeek »

Die-hard Fallout fans, avid gamers, and gadget-giddy dudes in general, I present to you: a working Pip-Boy Model 3000 Mk IV replica. Also known as: your Sunday morning hard-on. Sure, you could call ThinkGeek's Deluxe...

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My 13-year-old nephew has had gamer rage for, like, 5 years now. Oh man, he used to get SO MAD when the levels got harder in Super Mario Galaxy. Sometimes, if he knew he was about to die, he'd pause the game, hurl the...

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Atari Flashback Portable

$51.95 from Amazon »

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Teslasuit - Full-Body Haptic Suit

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I wonder if the Contropiede Foosball Table's removal of color and opacity will make it easier or harder to keep my eye on the ball. (So I don't screw the game up for all the other kids who are trying to develop their...

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