Enter the Gungeon gets $6,000 arcade spin-off

By Tom West,

Quite possibly the most incredible spin-off in the history of spin-offs, the Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead arcade cabinet looks awesome — it'll set us back almost $6,000, but by golly, it would be worth it!

Devolver Digital announced Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead during E3 a couple of years ago, but as is the way with the publisher, it can sometimes be difficult to tell when it's being playful or legitimate. Thankfully, if you have a bank account to cover the $6,000 asking price, the arcade cabinet is real and can be ordered now.

Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead arcade cabinet trailer

Enter the Gungeon developer Dodge Roll has collaborated with Griffin Aerotech to ensure this stunning arcade cabinet reaches public and personal arcades later this year. It features the brightly coloured artwork you'd expect to see from the franchise, a 43-inch UHD display, Sinden Lightguns with haptic feedback that can be used for solo and co-op play, a 2.1 sound system and subwoofer, and most importantly, it can be run in free-to-play and pay-to-play modes — perfect for earning some of your money back when your pals come over to play it!

The spin-off game, Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead, sees you fighting your way through a series of procedurally generated pixel art floors filled with enemies from the Cult of the Gundead. Packing a myriad of weapons and powerups, you'll need to blast your way through your foes to discover the secrets within.

If you're desperate to burn a hole in your wallet, Enter the Gungeon: House of the Gundead can be ordered now for $5,883. If you'd understandably not want to pay out quite so much for a colourful roguelite shooter, the likes of Gunfire Reborn can be played alongside some of the best games on Game Pass — which could be a little more cost-effective.

What do you think about this awesome piece of gaming greatness? Drop down below and let us know!
Tom West
Written by Tom West
Tom has been playing video games since he was old enough to hold a controller, experimenting with a number of systems until he eventually fell in love with Xbox. With a passion for the platform, he decided to make a career out of it, and now happily spends his days writing about that which he loves. If he’s not hunting for Xbox achievements, you’ll likely find him somewhere in The Elder Scrolls Online or fighting for survival in Battlefield.
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