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This Retro-Tastic SEGA Astro City Mini V Arcade Machine is $50/£70 off this Black Friday

Black Friday Astro Mini V

Want an authentic-looking arcade machine but don’t have the space or budget for an Arcade1Up? Then this SEGA Astro City Mini V is just what you need. It’s a scaled down tabletop arcade that nails the look of Sega’s Astro City machines. And, thanks to Amazon’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale, you can get the SEGA Astro City Mini V arcade machine for $50/£70 off.

This might not look like any western arcade you’ve ever seen. But you may well recognise this design from Sega’s Like a Dragon game. Sega’s Astro City’s machines featured in Japan’s arcades and still do, at least the arcades that haven’t folded.

Released in Europe earlier this year, the Mini V features 23 classic vertically scrolling SEGA games and a 4.6 inch screen. You can also plug it into an HDMI display for big screen use.

There are a total of 23 games to choose from: Moon Cresta, Zaxxon, Super Zaxxon, Terra Cresta, Cosmo Police Galivan, Action Fighter, Truxton, Wrestle War, Fire Shark, Raiden, Out Zone, Sonic Wings, Truxton II, Dogyuun, Desert Breaker, Batsugun, Grind Stormer, Samurai Aces, Kingdom Grandprix, Gunbird, Strikers 1945, Armed Police Batrider, Battle Bakraid Unlimited Ver.

Originally priced at $159.99, it’s down to $109.99 as part of Amazon US Cyber Monday offers. It’s also been reduced in Amazon UK’s sale, down from £229.99 to £154.95. That’s a little pricier than the US version but it’s still a great deal.

This SEGA Astro City Mini V arcade machine Black Friday/Cyber Monday offer will be available till November 27th or until stock runs out. So if you’ve a taste for old-school retro gaming and you miss the arcades, snap the SEGA Astro City Mini V up now. Also, check out the Best Amazon US Gaming Deals and the Best Amazon UK Gaming Deals.

Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.