joystiq wrote:touching American arcades
DanTheTimid wrote:o.O We have an arcade in phoenix or peoria!? OMG!
Theres a small arcade in a strip mall not too far from me but I don't know if thats what your counting, every time I've been there they didn't seem to have anything particularly new or interesting. For example they finally got a Soul Cal 3 machine like a month before SC4 came out.
I remember several years ago there was a big arcade some where in like mesa I think it was, I remember it cause it was the first and only arcade in arizona to get a Soul Calibur 2 machine when SC2 first came out, I gathered one of my closest friends for a road trip and set out on a multi-hour drive up there to play it, yet he spent most of his time messing with the various dance/beat mania type machines if memory serves.
If there is another arcade out there though I need to hunt it down, still looking for a place I can drive to in a single night that has an Arcana Heart 2 machine.
Chronomaster wrote:Stop gloating about how you live in New York.
lupos wrote: A tiny one in china town with almost nothing but fighting games (though Street fighter 4 admittedly)
DanTheTimid wrote:lupos wrote: A tiny one in china town with almost nothing but fighting games (though Street fighter 4 admittedly)
Any complaint you could possibly make about your arcades is made moot by the part I bolded.
What else do you go to an arcade for besides fighting games anyway? I love DDR... but thats why I play with custom home mats, when I've tried doing any of the rythm games in arcades they tend to have buttons that stick or things that are just other wise busted and ruin the experience.
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