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The '''Arcade Classic''' is a [[Sega Mega Drive]] [[:Category:Consoles on a chip|console on a chip]] manufactured by [[AtGames]]. Though not the first console by AtGames to hit the market, the Arcade Classic is perhaps the most "famous" to date, due to its ability to play Sega Mega Drive cartridges.
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The '''Arcade Classic''' is a [[Sega Mega Drive]] [[:Category:Consoles on a chip|console on a chip]] manufactured by [[AtGames]]. Though not the first console by AtGames to hit the market, the Arcade Classic is perhaps the most "famous" to date, due to its ability to play Sega Mega Drive cartridges through a built-in cartridge slot.
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==Hardware==
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There are two key hardware revisions of the AtGames Classic; an older variant which relies solely on wired controllers, and a newer model which is compatible with wireless controllers manufactured by AtGames. The later can be identified by its built-in infra-red semi-circle receiver and power LED at the front of the unit. Both are otherwise much the same product - a very small Mega Drive console with a cartridge slot, power and reset buttons, a switch for alternating between PAL and NTSC video standards and ports for both the power supply and composite video/audio connectors.
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Shipping with the console, as is common with AtGames products, is the [[Firecore]] operating system with a number of built-in Mega Drive games. The precise list of games varies between products and distributors - across the world 5, 15, 18, 20, 60 and 80 game variants of the Arcade Classic have been spotted, however the number is often expanded by the inclusion of original, non-Mega Drive games, believed to have originated from AtGames themselves at some point during the 2000s.
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As the system is reliant on emulation, the system is region free, however some games exhibit graphical issues and may not boot at all. Poor audio emulation leads to significant sound problems in many games - a common issue in many consoles of this nature. A lack of expansion ports mean the system is incompatible with add-ons such as the [[Sega Mega-CD]] and [[Sega 32X]].
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==Variants==
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| name=Video Game Console (AtGames)
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| consolecode="Model 1"
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| hard1name=[[Control Pad (Mega Drive)|Control Pad]] (x2)
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| name=Firecore Classic Console (AtGames)
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| consolecode="Model 1"
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| hard1name=[[Control Pad (Mega Drive)|Control Pad]] (x2)
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| name=Firecore Classic Console (Retro-bit)
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| name=Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (AtGames)
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Like most AtGames consoles, the name of this system is disputed. The name "Arcade Classic" comes from the AtGames' website, however other distributors have referred to it as the '''Twin Pad Player''', '''Sega Mega Drive Classic Console'''  and (incorrectly) the '''Firecore'''. Other issues have arisen due to the fact there are two models of the console - one that relies solely on wired controllers and a later edition which is compatible with AtGames' brand of wireless controllers (which can be bought separately and are compatible with other AtGames consoles). The systems are visually identical, though newer models do not require a PAL/NTSC switch and a semi-circle receiver can be seen at the front of wireless compatible consoles.
 
  
The system has passed through a number of distributors. AtGames claims to supply it worldwide, though this version has only appeared on store shelves in Asia. [[Retro-bit]] has distributed the console in North America, [[Blaze Europe]] in the United Kingdom and [[H&B]] in France. Models containing 15, 18 and 20 games were distributed by Blaze Europe.
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| name=Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (AtGames)
  
==Hardware==
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| dateprice1=20xx (US)
The system is far smaller and lighter than consoles from [[Sega]] ([[Sega Mega Drive|Sega Mega Drive and Sega Mega Drive II]]) or [[Majesco]] ([[Genesis 3]]) and relies solely on A/V cables for picture rather than the traditional RF output. The unit has two front [[DE-9]] ports meaning it is compatible with the majority of Sega Mega Drive controllers and accessories, however a lack of expansion ports and the reduced size means it is incompatible with add-ons such as the [[Sega Mega CD]] and [[Sega 32X]].
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| hard1name=[[Control Pad (Mega Drive)|Control Pad]] (x2)
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| name=Sega Mega Drive Classic Game Console
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| dateprice1=201x (AU)
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The Arcade Classic traditionally comes with 20 built-in games (though the lineup was altered when distributed in some countries) and the cartridge slot means it is also compatible with the majority of Mega Drive cartridge-based games. Like most AtGames consoles the system uses a front-end game selection system named "Firecore" which is also used to emulate Mega Drive games. Emulation is not perfect, however, meaning some games will refuse to run while others have audio and graphical issues. The system is, however, region free.
 
  
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==Games==
 
==Games==
 
===Games included in both versions===
 
===Games included in both versions===
 
*''[[Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle]]''
 
*''[[Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle]]''
*''[[Alien Storm]]''
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*''[[Alien Storm (Mega Drive)|Alien Storm]]''
 
*''[[Altered Beast]]''
 
*''[[Altered Beast]]''
 
*''[[Arrow Flash]]''
 
*''[[Arrow Flash]]''
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*''[[Columns]]''
 
*''[[Columns]]''
 
*''[[Fatal Labyrinth]]''
 
*''[[Fatal Labyrinth]]''
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==Gallery==
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==Photo gallery==
<gallery>
 
Image:Twin Pad Player Black.jpg|AtGames model (black)
 
Image:AtGames SMD Console.jpg|With Packaging
 
Image:Twin Pad Player Blue.jpg|AtGames model (blue)
 
Image:Twin Pad Player Green.jpg|AtGames model (green)
 
File:Blaze Mega Drive Console.jpg|Blaze Europe model
 
File:AtGames MDConsole HandB.jpg|H&B model
 
</gallery>
 
==Physical Scans==
 
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
Image:AtGames Sega Mega Drive Box (front).jpg|AtGames model box (front)
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Twin Pad Player Black.jpg|AtGames model (black)
Image:Twin Pad Player Box.jpg|AtGames model box (back)
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AtGames SMD Console.jpg|With Packaging
File:ClassicConsole Box Front.jpg|Later AtGames model (?) box (front)
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Twin Pad Player Blue.jpg|AtGames model (blue)
File:Firecorebox.jpg|Retro-bit model box (front)
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Twin Pad Player Green.jpg|AtGames model (green)
File:ArcadeClassic Blaze 15G Box Front.jpg|Blaze Europe 15 Games model box (front)
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Blaze Mega Drive Console.jpg|Blaze Europe model
File:ArcadeClassic Blaze SOR Box Front.jpg|Blaze Europe "''[[Streets of Rage]]'' model box (front)
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AtGames MDConsole HandB.jpg|H&B model
File:AtGames MDConsole FR Box Front.jpg|H&B model box (front)
 
File:AtGames ArcadeClassic RU Box Front Red.jpg|AtGames model (red) (Russia)
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
  
==External Links==
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==External links==
 
* [http://www.atgames.net/ AtGames official website]
 
* [http://www.atgames.net/ AtGames official website]
 
* [http://www.blazeeurope.com/sega/cartridge-console-with-15-sega-megadrive-games/prod_68.html Blaze Europe website]
 
* [http://www.blazeeurope.com/sega/cartridge-console-with-15-sega-megadrive-games/prod_68.html Blaze Europe website]
  
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==References==
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{{AtGames}}
 
{{MegaDrive}}
 
{{MegaDrive}}
 
[[Category:Consoles on a chip]]
 
[[Category:Consoles on a chip]]

Latest revision as of 15:57, 17 August 2017

Twin Pad Player Black.jpg
Arcade Classic
Manufacturer: AtGames
Distributor(s): AtGames (Asia), Blaze Europe (UK), Retro-Bit (US), H&B (France)
Built-in games: 20, 18, 15
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
US
$? ?
Sega Mega Drive
UK
£?
Sega Mega Drive
FR
€?
Sega Mega Drive
DE
€?
Sega Mega Drive
AS
? ?
Sega Mega Drive
RU
?RUB ?

The Arcade Classic is a Sega Mega Drive console on a chip manufactured by AtGames. Though not the first console by AtGames to hit the market, the Arcade Classic is perhaps the most "famous" to date, due to its ability to play Sega Mega Drive cartridges through a built-in cartridge slot.

Hardware

There are two key hardware revisions of the AtGames Classic; an older variant which relies solely on wired controllers, and a newer model which is compatible with wireless controllers manufactured by AtGames. The later can be identified by its built-in infra-red semi-circle receiver and power LED at the front of the unit. Both are otherwise much the same product - a very small Mega Drive console with a cartridge slot, power and reset buttons, a switch for alternating between PAL and NTSC video standards and ports for both the power supply and composite video/audio connectors.

Shipping with the console, as is common with AtGames products, is the Firecore operating system with a number of built-in Mega Drive games. The precise list of games varies between products and distributors - across the world 5, 15, 18, 20, 60 and 80 game variants of the Arcade Classic have been spotted, however the number is often expanded by the inclusion of original, non-Mega Drive games, believed to have originated from AtGames themselves at some point during the 2000s.

As the system is reliant on emulation, the system is region free, however some games exhibit graphical issues and may not boot at all. Poor audio emulation leads to significant sound problems in many games - a common issue in many consoles of this nature. A lack of expansion ports mean the system is incompatible with add-ons such as the Sega Mega-CD and Sega 32X.

Variants

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Twin Pad Player Box.jpgNospine.pngAtGames Sega Mega Drive Box (front).jpg
Video Game Console (AtGames) 20xx
Notavailable.svg
"Model 1"


ClassicConsole Box Front.jpg
Firecore Classic Console (AtGames) 20xx
Notavailable.svg
"Model 1"


ArcadeClassic MD US Box Back Retrobit.jpgNospine.pngFirecorebox.jpg
Firecore Classic Console (Retro-bit) US: $49.99 (2009)[1]
Notavailable.svg
"Model 1"


Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 1"


ArcadeClassic MD US Box Front AtGames 80G Sonic.jpg
Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


ArcadeClassic MD US Box Back AtGames 80G BlackBox.jpg
Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


ArcadeClassic MD US Box Back AtGames 80G Sonic25th.jpgNospine-small.pngArcadeClassic MD US Box Front AtGames 80G Sonic25th.jpg
Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


Sega Genesis Classic Game Console (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


Sega Genesis Classic Game Console Deluxe (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


Sega Genesis Classic Game Console Deluxe (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


Sega Genesis Classic Game Console Deluxe (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


Sega Genesis Classic Game Console Deluxe (AtGames) 20xx (US)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


ArcadeClassic MD UK Box Back 15G.jpgNospine.pngArcadeClassic Blaze 15G Box Front.jpg
Sega Mega Drive Video Game Console (Blaze) 2009 (UK)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 1"


ArcadeClassic Blaze SOR Box Front.jpg
Sega Mega Drive Video Game Console: Limited Streets of Rage Edition (Blaze) 20xx (UK)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 1"


ArcadeClassic MD FR Box Back.jpgNospine.pngAtGames MDConsole FR Box Front.jpg
Sega Mega Drive (H&B) 20xx (FR)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


ArcadeClassic MD FR Box Back SoR.jpgNospine.pngArcadeClassic MD FR Box Front SoR.jpg
Sega Mega Drive Streets of Rage Edition Limite (H&B) 20xx (FR)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"


AtGames ArcadeClassic RU Box Front Red.jpg
Sega Mega Drive (?) 20xx (RU)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 1"


ArcadeClassic MD AU Box Back 80G.jpgNospine-small.pngArcadeClassic MD AU Box Front 80G.jpg
Sega Mega Drive Classic Game Console 201x (AU)
Notavailable.svg
"Model 2"



Photo gallery

External links

References


Sega consoles created by AtGames
"Plug and play" systems
PlayPal Plug & Play (2006) | Poga (200x) | Brain Games Colour (2008) | Mega Drive Twin Pads (2008) | Arcade Master (20xx) | Reactor (20xx) | Arcade Motion Dual (2010) | Arcade Nano (2010) | Arcade Blast (2011)
Systems with a cartridge slot
Arcade Motion Classic (2008) | Arcade Classic (2009) | Genesis Gencore (2009) | Sega Mega Drive Flashback (2017)
Handhelds
Arcade Gamer Portable (200x) | Arcade Portable (200x) | Arcade Ultimate (20xx) | GenMobile (20xx)
Sega Mega Drive
Topics Technical specifications | History | List of games | Magazine articles | Promotional material | Hardware comparison | Blast processing | Cartridges
Hardware Japan | North America | Europe (West | North | South | Central and East) | Brazil | Asia | South Korea | Australia | Africa
EZ Games | Heartbeat Personal Trainer | LaserActive | Mega Jet | Mega PC | Mega Play | Mega-Tech System | Nomad | Teradrive | "Consoles on a chip" | Unlicensed clones
Add-ons Power Base Converter | Mega-CD | 32X (Mega-CD 32X) | Mega Modem | Demo System DS-16
Controllers Control Pad | Six Button Control Pad | 6 Button Arcade Pad | Arcade Power Stick 6B | Konami Justifier | MK-1470
Action Chair | Activator | Arcade Power Stick | Keyboard | MegaFire | Mouse | Mega Stick | Menacer | Remote Arcade System | Ten Key Pad
Accessories 4 Way Play | Cleaning System | Control Pad Extension Cord | Genesis Speakers | Region converter cartridges | Mega Terminal | Miracle Piano Teaching System | Nomad PowerBack | RF Unit (Mega Drive 2) | SCART Cable (Mega Drive 2) | Stereo Audio Video Cable | Team Player | Video Monitor Cable
Network services Sega Channel | Sega Meganet (Sega Game Toshokan | Mega Anser) | Tectoy Mega Net | Telebradesco Residência | XB∀ND
Development tools ERX 308P | ERX 318P | Sprobe | SNASM68K | SNASM2 (Mega Drive) | SNASM2 (32X)
Unreleased Floppy Disk Drive | Mega Play 1010 | Sega VR | Video Jukebox