In the spirit of ending our series of articles about setting up your own arcade business on the right note, we’re here today to facilitate a checklist, or a cheat-sheet, if you will, of the various things you need to
Continuing with our series of articles about getting your arcade off the ground, today we’re going to talk a bit about what type of location you should be looking to procure, as well as explain the common types of arcade
With its significant presence in the gaming industry over the past few decades, the arcade variant of video games has certainly received hundreds, if not thousands of worthy titles under its belt. This huge variety of options at the hands
I’ve been looking back at the topics we’ve touched over the past few weeks on our previous blog posts, only to notice one thing in particular: We’ve always referred to arcade gaming as a relic of the past. Articles such
Virtual Reality – We’ve been touting that term around for quite a while a now, and yet it seems that the year 2016 has proven to be a cornerstone for this form of entertainment.
The most curious aspect
We already covered the advent and subsequent decline of arcade gaming in a previous article. In that sense, we are well aware of the influence that some noteworthy titles had on the industry. Back in the 40’s, up until the
It comes to me as a shock whenever I remember that Pac-Man, one of the biggest cultural phenomenons in the world, is already 36 years old. This game was first released in 1980 which, admittedly, is miles apart from my
(5 facts you likely didn’t know about Dance Dance Revolution)
UPDATE: We heard you loud and clear and got DDR Guru Toby Nakhorn to help fix this post up for us. Thanks Toby!
Dance Dance Revolution arrived at a time
So you’re at the local arcade when, suddenly, you catch a glimpse of the local Pinball champ absolutely tearing up the field with his moves. After a lengthy 2-hour session, he finally manages to drop the ball for the last
History of Arcade Gaming
As I sit on my living room couch, basking in the glory of 1080p, 60FPS, and cutting edge gaming on my PC, which is connected to my 60” HDTV via HDMI, I can’t help but