Bespoke Arcades


Early Arcade History – 1976 Part 2

Road Race / Moto-Cross / Fonz (1976)

As we move into the late 70s, racing became big news in the arcade. Road Race was developed by arcade legends Sega and published by Gremlin Industries. Within a year, the game was re-branded twice, first as Moto-Cross (Man T.T.) and then as Fonz, named after the crazily-popular character on Happy Days, a TV phenomenon of the time. The game is a racer that focused on motorbike racing. When originally released under Road Race, it introduced graphics ahead of their time. Boasting pseudo-3D, forward scrolling, and third-person graphics. When re-released under Moto-Cross, Sega featured haptic feedback in the game, triggering the handlebar controls to vibrate during collisions with objects in the game. …

Mortal Kombat X Arcade Machine

After Mortal Kombat IX and Injustice: Gods Among Us, our relationship with Warner Bros continued for the launch of the bloodiest fighting game ever – Mortal Kombat X.

As the world’s finest arcade machine manufacturer, we were very proud to be commissioned to produce 8 fully custom Mortal Kombat X arcade machines for the promotion of the new game via the Mortal Kombat cup tour.  The MK arcade cabinets were designed to be PS4 compatible and more than tough enough to endure any punishment dished out due to the MK Cup! Like all Bespoke Arcades machines, we provided completely lag-free rigs designed to be played by the pros who are at the top of their game and demand only the best. All the side decals were die-cut from white vinyl which looked absolutely fantastic against the satin black finish:

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