Arcades are dealing with heavy losses and layoffs. When they reopen, they'll face a new question: Will people still want to play games in public?
Atari executives thought we'd replace roller coasters with arcade machines.
Once able to earn $100 an hour farming endless jackpots, times have changed for this dying breed of gamer.
But since the extension of St. David’s shopping centre in 2009—and the surge in online shopping—footfall to the Welsh capital's historic indoor streets has declined.
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An interactive exhibit at the Museum of Moving Image recreates the once grand youth entertainment complex.
GameWorks was a Hollywood-powered barcade so glamorous, Carmen Elektra hosted its launch.
Dancing fans aren’t just keeping the genre alive and kicking—they’re hoping to recruit newcomers to the foot-stomping cause.
It's... literally lit.
The Golden Age of the video arcade has come and gone, but one brave owner is bucking the digital trend.