Octane 120 Beer Arcade Rocks

Posted: Oct 16 2008, 6:34am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:04am CDT, in Gaming


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Dream Arcades has lived up to its name with the latest arcade cabinet called the Octane 120. This thing is a sit down booth style arcade that has mounting options for the fantastic Logitech G25 racing wheel. Features of the system include a 120-inch projection screen, DLP HD projector, 12 classic and modern driving games, PS3 compatible racing wheel, HTPC, 5.1 audio system and the kicker -- beer keg taps.

Yeah you read that right, an arcade driving system with dual beer keg taps. One tap is located to the right of the steering wheel for the driver to get his frost beverage and the other is on the rear of the case so your buds can partake in a brew while watching you race. This thing is sweetness. While no price is given, it can’t be cheap and I'm am betting its well into the thousands of dollars.

"We designed the Octane 120 to feature everything that a gamer could possibly want in a home arcade racing cabinet, including a beer tap, PC and PlayStation 3 compatibility, and a whopping 120" projection screen," says Michael Ware, owner of Dream Arcades. "We even have the user interface hooked up to Youtube and Hulu.com, so you can watch 80's classics like A-Team, Air Wolf, and The Fall Guy with friends between races."

Via Dream Arcades

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