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.
Public gaming used to be a thing. It used to be the thing—and it’s still very fun.
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.
A former Microsoft executive is spending his free time uncovering gaming history.
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.
'Gundam Extreme VS-Force' isn't perfect, but it offers the sort of high speed, robot-fighting action that we don't see much of these days.
Your vintage NES cartridges are full of unused content that developers assumed would never be seen.
I don’t know if Starry Kitchen would have ever come back if it wasn’t for this concept. Our food—and my banana suit chef antics—goes perfectly with everything that Button Mash stands for.