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The Ultimate Atari Arcade Fight Stick With Over 100 Officially Licensed Atari Games!

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In this video, we take a look and test out the all-new Micro Center Atari Ultimate Dual Arcade Fight Stick with Trackball powered by the Raspberry Pi!
With over 100 officially licensed Atari games and the ability to add your own games, this is looking like a really nice Retro Arcade fight stick! Is it Worth Buying?

Powered by a Raspberry Pi, the Ultimate Dual Fight Stick offers an all-in-one arcade experience in a small form factor. The included Micro Center Retro Gaming Atari SD Card allows you to get started right away with your favorite Atari games like Asteroids and Centipede. 2 joysticks and 16 buttons allow 2 players to compete head-to-head, and the trackball allows you to experience games like Missile Command with their original controls. Keyboard, mouse and internet connection are required to download full image.

This video is sponsored by MICRO CENTER but all opinions are my own.

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