Street Fighter Alpha Zero 2 Arcade Marquee

We’re always surprised by how many different variations there are for Street Fighter. It seems as if right when we’re on the cusp of collecting all the art for the marquees, another request comes in for Alpha Beta Zero Plus Four Gamma Zeda. We were more than happy to help one of our clients create the art for SF Alpha Zero 2, and feel like it came out pretty well! Check it out in our store HERE.

2020-11-12T22:23:35+00:00November 12th, 2020|Arcade Marquee, Product Photos|

Space Zap Lightbox by Richard!

Someone finally did it! A mini lightbox for the mini marquees we send out. Richard has done quite a few light boxes with the marquees we produce, and they always look cherry! Only this time, he went above and beyond and created the cutest little light box in the history of light boxes! Thanks again for the photos Richard!

2020-10-30T18:52:02+00:00October 30th, 2020|Light Boxes, Product Photos|

The Punisher Big Blue Arcade Marquee

We’ve been searching for a good scan of The Punisher big blue for a while now. Super rare game to begin with, but the CPS2 big blue dynamo even more so. Lucky for us, the good fellas at Next Level Pinball in Oregon had one, and were nice enough to let us scan it. Check it out in our store HERE, and take a look at a play through below:

2020-08-14T18:10:23+00:00August 14th, 2020|Arcade Marquee, Product Photos|

Vs Nintendo Castlevania Arcade

There’s something super satisfying about seeing a very clean Nintendo cabinet. We recently sent out some Vs Nintendo arcade marquees to Dana, and were happy to see some pics of the final product. If you are in fact in need of a vs Castlevania marquee, please check it out in our store HERE. Also, we now sell the plexi for vs Nintendo cabinets HERE. Thanks again to Dana for sending the picture, and check out this video of vs Nintendo Castlevania vs the NES version.

2020-05-08T17:59:45+00:00May 8th, 2020|Arcade Marquee, Product Photos|

Tron Arcade Marquee

The Tron arcade is one of the most iconic games from the 80s. Everything about the cabinet and art was extremely well done. Gameplay was and is mediocre, but that doesn’t stop today’s collectors from paying big bucks to own one.  At auction Tron’s generally go for over $2,000, and project cabinets can go for over $1000 (*Captain’s Auction Anaheim bidding data). Check out the marquee in our store HERE, and a video below for the playthrough.

2020-05-02T19:28:08+00:00May 2nd, 2020|Arcade Marquee, Product Photos|