QuadPlay Control Panel

8 reviews

Sale price$299.99
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The QuadPlay Control Panel is a four player wireless arcade controller that works with all Legends Arcade Family devices and can be used as a drop-in control panel for the Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version) and1.2 (300 games version).

The Legends QuadPlay™ features the following:

Product Features:

  • Drop-in arcade control panel for Legends Ultimate 1.1 (300 games version)
  • USB and Bluetooth support for use with all Legends Arcade Family and other devices
  • Four eight-way digital joysticks
  • Arcade-quality action buttons
  • P1 and P2 feature six action buttons each
  • P3 and P4 feature four action buttons each
  • Optional center-mounted arcade-quality trackball (not included)
  • Instruction Manual


Model Number: HA2804

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
steve k

Harder to mod than stock joysticks

Michael Dionisio
Doesn't work, no support

I'll start by saying I love the game, and was excited to get my quad controls. Was very disappointed when I see it up and the only thing I could do was scroll through the games. I sent messages to the support department with no response. Pass on the quad controls and just enjoy 2 player games.

Andrew Davies
Updated review

Cable came and it works now. Would have given 5 if it came working originally.

Fixes one shortcoming; creates another.

I really do love the aesthetics of the QuadPlay - that's where it really shines IMHO, but that's also a pretty subjective way to rate things, so YMMV. The piano black finish probably wasn't the best choice, since it's a fingerprint magnet (but so was the original control panel) but I really do love the way it looks while it's still clean. Thankfully, the no-nonsense surface is easy to clean, so that helps.

I also really like the feel of the joystick action, but I wish they had the teardrop style grip...this is another matter of personal preference. The buttons require a tad more pressure to depress than I would prefer, but I imagine they'll wear in, over time, and feel more to my liking - also, I'm sure I'll get used to their feel. I'm quite happy with the placement, count and orientation of all the joysticks and buttons - very nicely executed, but...

I don't understand why AtGames had to give up the spinners. There is plenty of room on the top of the panel for the spinners to be placed behind and slightly offset relative the player one and two joysticks. I hope AtGames will develop a v2 QuadPlay with placeholders for the trackball AND spinners. That way, the trackball and spinners from the standard panel could be transferred to the QuadPlay, which would then be compatible with the widest possible range of games without the need for non-integrated controllers. It'd also be nice if some pinball buttons could be recessed into the front face of the QuadPlay.

And that brings me to my final item for critique: the QuadPlay is not available as an up-front option for the Legend Ultimate. It's annoying to me that I had to pay for a control panel that I am not using (unless the trackball can be transplanted, but I haven't tried this yet). I really wish the Legend Ultimate would more completely live up to its name by offering it in either a 2- or 4- player variant, and not ask customers to sacrifice control types for player count.

tarrence langston
It good

I love it