At-home arcade and retro gaming brand AtGames has officially launched its streaming service ArcadeNet after a beta period. The service, which is available on AtGames’ Arcade Legends products like the Legends Ultimate and Legends Gamer devices, allows players to stream additional games, including arcade, console, and pinball games, via either free or paid tiers.
With the basic free plan, ArcadeNet members can stream a limited amount of games on the service for up to two hours, and an additional one hour for pinball streaming. The games will change regularly in this plan.
For ArcadeNet Standard, which costs $20 per month, you’ll get improved quality–up to 1080p and 60fps instead of 720p and 30fps–and you can play multiplayer and use voice chat with up to three other people.
While the AtGames Legends devices already come with a huge selection of pre-installed games, the ones available via ArcadeNet tend to be a bit more memorable. They include classic Neo Geo games like Art of Fighting 2, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, and Metal Slug as well as pinball tables from Gottlieb.
Some of those same pinball tables are available on the AtGames Legends Pinball machine, a new virtual pinball device that is starting to ship to preorder customers and should be more widely available later this year. It features haptic feedback, a 1080p display with 60fps gameplay, and 22 built-in tables at launch. More can be streamed or added through the AtGames “BYOG” service, and there could be more available to download in the future.