Quoted from buttcheekflipper:
I have a attack from mars 30 game mod, ms pacman, galaga and a final fight. I bought them all under the old pricing model and the final fight was $50 galaga $300 ms pacman $400 Attack was $550.
At the current prices of a1up $6 to $900 I would go legends arcade.
On that note I might have to pony up for one of the racing games.
I've played around with Arcade Legends, but really prefer the look and feel of these, along with being able to have different button layouts. I really like the form factor on these as well. I am slowly trading and switching these around. Just picked up that Ms. Pacman 60 in 1 and will probably get a 4 player retropie conversion for beat em' ups next time one shows up on Facebook. Really like that driving game. I am in the process of selling Pacman and messed up listing it too cheap on facebook. I have over 45 offers in 48 hours, but everyone is trying to take off $50. Next time I'll list a little higher.
Still, lots of fun and a solid recommendation.
I recently sold my gazillion in 1 mame as we were using these machines more and they are the perfect size for my kids. With the possible exception of a full sized 60 in 1 cabinet, I prefer these to full sized machines. Look at their size and footprint as opposed to the pinball back glasses above. I am planning a small row of 5 or 6 of these with the ability to switch them out over time as they will sell on Facebook.
I think the perfect lineup would be (at the moment)
The big insta-buys for me I'd like them to release are Sanfrancisco Rush (which may actually happen now that they are releasing 3-d racers with Ridge Racer) Area51/Maximum Force, NFLBlitz, and Gauntlet Legends.
Enough nerding out. Any random unmodified Arcade1up is a solid pickup for an arcade and is a great break from pinball.