Atari GameStation Pro launches preorders

Atari GameStation Pro

The Atari GameStation Pro is a combination of all Atari consoles, and comes bundled with over 200 games.

You can pre-order the Atari GameStation Pro for $99.99, on the My Arcade site. The console is expected to be shipped October 31, 2023.

Here’s a rundown on the device:

The Atari Gamestation Pro (DGUNL-7012) is the first console on the market to integrate the Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, Arcade and bonus titles into a single platform. Included are heart-pounding favorites like Adventure®, Missile Command®, Asteroids®, Centipede® and many more!

The Atari Gamestation Pro arrives with not one, but two 2.4GHz wireless joysticks, inspired by the iconic originals. For those looking to reignite the magic of paddle games like Breakout® or Warlords®, fear not – the joystick controllers with integrated paddles have you covered. Indeed, the paddles feature three sensitivity settings for custom user preference.

The Atari Gamestation Pro features plug-and-play simplicity and wireless connectivity that makes diving into retro arcade games on your TV a breeze. Navigate the intuitive user interface that lets you search for games by Atari system. Dive into game overview pages that provide insights and gameplay actions for mastering each unique challenge. In-game save options allow you to save your progress.

Atari® Gamestation Pro – Key features:

  • First console on the market to integrate Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, and Arcade games into a single platform.
  • Featuring over 200 officially-licensed classics, including Pong®, Asteroids®, Breakout, Warlords, and bonus titles!
  • Dual 2.4 GHz Joysticks with integrated paddles with 3 sensitivity settings.
  • Game save options:
    – 2 save slots via on-board memory
    – 2 save slots via Micro SD Card (not included)
  • Dynamic RGB LED lights with 3 glow modes.
  • Console powered by USB-C.
  • Console connects via HDMI® to TV.


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