Atari Berzerk Review – 1:6 Scale RepliCade from New Wave Toys – 1980 Arcade Classic

Berzerk is a multidirectional shooter designed by Alan McNeil and released for arcades in 1980 by Stern Electronics of Chicago. Following Taito’s Stratovox, it is one of the first arcade video games with speech synthesis. Berzerk places the player in a series of top-down, maze-like rooms containing armed robots. Home ports were published for the Atari 2600, Atari 5200, and Vectrex.

Approximately 39,000 Berzerk upright cabs were manufactured plus an estimated 1,000 cocktail tables thus making Berzerk one of the most successful arcade games of all time! Check out all the classic cabinet details including the iconic Metal Control Panel and “Board Drawer” front of cab access door that opens to reveal a replica, faux PCB prop inside an illuminated compartment! A fully loaded accessory pack includes a replica of the Oversized Joystick Top from early production runs, plus NEW! Customizable options like Detachable Metal Security Bar with Mini Lock & Metal Kick Plate!

In this review, Jon runs you through the hardware, software, and extras to help you decide if this one is right for you!

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