The Sega Model 2 hardware was designed by design legend Yu Suzuki and powered some of the most successful arcade games of all time including Daytona USA, Virtua Cop, Sega Rally, Virtual Fighter 2, Dead Or Alive, Gunblade NY, Virtual On and many other stellar games. This is the official logo for the hardware that you can now enjoy as a design.
Back in the 1970s, before the CPU was a 'thing', video games had to be designed using TTL discrete logic chips. Famous games like PONG & Space Invaders used the technology, as did the games on this design: Computer Space(Nutting), Breakout(Atari), Biplane(Allied), Gunfight(Midway) and Space Launcher (Nintendo)
Another simplistic design. This is the typical 4-player arcade cabinet you have probably played a few games on. Based on Konami's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles but the design supported many other awesome beat 'em up games.
A variation on the I 'Heart' Arcade shirt uploaded earlier, this one expresses the sentiment for twin sitdown arcade racing games(particularly from Sega's Daytona USA), which have also enjoyed great popularity on the market over the years.
1983 - it was a dark time in the realm of video games. People stopped buying games like they had been and that ended up causing a lot of companies to fold. Granted, that did weed out a lot of those that sucked and gave way to the Japanese revolution a short time later. Tell everyone how you survived those dark times with this T-Shirt!
Atari has quite the legacy of arcade games, having started off as an arcade company and producing some of the most legendary games of all time through that. This shirt celebrates that with the following games:
PONG; Gotcha; Breakout; Hi-Way ; Tank 8
Asteroids Deluxe; Tempest; I, Robot; Rampart; Steel Talons
Growing up the Console Wars were played out in neighborhoods and during school recesses all across the fruited plains. Most had an NES but some few held out on their Sega Master System or Atari 7800. For those really fortunate, they had two or all three systems to enjoy.
Which was your favorite?
Celebrate the legacy of great video game consoles by Atari with this T-Shirt. The course starts with their first foray into cartridge gaming (The Atari VCS or 2600 as it became known) and down to the 64-bit Jaguar.
Since most people are mainly familiar with the 2600, here's the order:
Atari VCS (2600) released in 1977
Atari 5200 SuperSystem released in 1982
Atari 7800 ProSystem released in 1986 (test runs released in 1984)
Atari XEGS released in 1987
Atari Lynx (Mark I and II) released in 1989
Atari Jaguar released in 1993