It’s that time of the month again where we sit down and discuss strategy about how to win big at our favorite arcade games. This time, we’ll be talking about a timeless classic by Taito; released in 1978 in Japan
We’ve talked about fighting games on several occasions, always mentioning the classics such as the one that started it all, Street Fighter, and its closest competitor both in the East and the West, Mortal Kombat. These games were pioneers —
You can’t buy this kind of publicity, so a South Florida-based attractions company decided to build it: an 18-foot high foam sculpture of LeBron James, a monstrous pillar of equal parts whimsy and nightmare fuel whose vacant stare and
This week has seen the latest IAAPA sponsored event, the Asian Attractions Expo 2017. Being held beteen June 13-16th, this expo showcases some of the latest products and services for the amusement industry as found in various regions of Asia.
Arcade gaming has come a long way since its inception and popularization in the mid 1980’s. The platform — which has captured the attention of gamers ever since its beginnings — has become so widespread that it prompted users and
WHEN XTREME ACTION PARK COMPLETED a recent major expansion, it included a somewhat surprising addition: a 12,000-square-foot roller skating rink as a signature attraction alongside its go-kart track, bowling, trampoline park, ropes course, escape room, and 150-game arcade.
For the past few years, superhero flicks have been all the rage in movie theaters. They encompass everything we loved as kids who couldn’t tear their eyes away from their comic books: colorful visuals, engaging stories, compelling bad guys, flashy
The beat em’ up genre was one of the most popular game genres during the late years of the golden age of arcade games. The game that truly jump started the said genre was Double Dragon by Technos Japan. The
We recently talked about the importance of any given game’s musical score as a means to set the mood and complement the situation through which the player is currently going through. Proper sound design can turn a game from a
In the golden era of arcade games of the 1980’s, Atari was the proverbial “800-lb. gorilla” of the gaming industry. With their creations gracing home consoles, computers and arcades, Atari was responsible for some of the most iconic titles of