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Abandoned arcades and /vr/ gore thread
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I'm getting a Sega Naomi machine tomorrow.
The tube was taken out (good luck finding a decent 24" tube).
What are the first things I should to a (Sega) cab?
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>>7702687
Looks cool
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>>7702663
Shove it up your ass.
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>>7702825
You need to go back
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>>7702831
You need to stop parroting other people.
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>>7702687
I bet it looks less impressive in person.
Just like graffiti in general, can look good on pictures, but gives the place a nasty and dirty look in real.
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>>7702842
I need you to shove a parrot up my ass.
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>>7702857
You'd like that wouldn't you, you freak.
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>>7702871
It takes two to tango, faggo
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>>7702882
It really doesn't, you can shove the cab up your ass all by yourself.
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>>7702897
You sound very experienced
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>>7702906
You mean I remind you of your father.
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>>7702967
You don't say!
Fascinating.
Goodbye
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I've got a few pics
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>>7702980
You lose.
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Here's a close up on the Pac-Man in the background
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>>7702992
no insurance? what a faggot
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>>7702980
Get a room
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>>7703058
Get a life that doesn't involve hoarding pictures of junk, weirdo.
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>>7703076
These are taken by people that rescue arcade machines from abandoned venues but go on
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>>7703090
And you are hoarding them like some kind of sex offender.
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Missile Command cockpit cab
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>>7703117
>Not knowing how to google
Seethe
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>>7703131
>your weird fetish being uncovered

Remember, they can still recover data from your drives even if you burn them, freak.
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>>7703139
That's nice
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Better pic of Satan's Hollow
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>>7702412
These pics are boring, I wanted to see more abandoned arcades in Fukushima
At least post the sega world building.
Fuck it I’ll post that one video of the guys exploring it. It’s a lot more interesting than this fag spamming shitty American arcade pics.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82ymuhVBStQ
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>>7703139
you are extremely cringe.
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>>7703196
America isn't the only place in the world with arcades, you know.
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>>7703259
zzz
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>>7703323
I really fail to see the difference. Abandoned is abandoned, you even thought >>7703067 was American.

At least contribute, or quit your whining.
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I wonder how many of them are in mame.
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Unbelievable find
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>>7703454
I want to play Fallout 4 now for some reason, you work magic anon.
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>>7702857
kek, the "aesthetic" here is like my bathroom when i'm flying on two tabs
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What is the point of abandoning all these cabs? Even if your arcade was forced to close due to shitty finances you could easily sell all the cabs in there for a few grand
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>>7703158
Baby Pac-Man pinball gives me feels.
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>>7702687
why don't the people who make these ever thin their damn paints?
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>>7703090
wouldn't had been better for said places to liquidate arcade cabinets instead of abandoning?
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>>7703056
Insurance ain't gonna bring back your games or the time you spent collecting them.
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>>7703981
That's practically what happens, arcade collectors will search for past arcade owners and ask if they're willing to part with their machines. They're not easy to sell off if you want to make money on them, so liquidation is often the result due to the owners either running out of space or becoming desperate to sell.
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>>7703083
I wanna place those, do you work there or are these just pictures you found?
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>>7703090
>1969-2018
Who died?
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>>7703397
Who the fuck puts random arcade machines in their shed and then abandon it
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>>7704037
People die sometimes.
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>>7704031
I just found the pictures, but that one is from inside a beached ship called The Duke of Lancaster. It was going to be a tourist attraction, and while it operated for a bit it eventually closed because of poor access for emergency services iirc. It's still there, and will likely be converted into an open air street art exhibition venue, pic related. Here's a video taken of the machines inside the ship https://youtu.be/ZcyevQFzFWk
>>7704034
Nobody died, the owner likely decided to put it up for sale due to covid, but I wouldn't be surprised if it were closed before then.
https://www.abc12.com/content/news/Playland-Park-in-Grand-Blanc-Township-closes-for-good-after-sale-483474271.html
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Cool pics.
I remember reading an article a few years back about some old ship that was permanently docked somewhere in Britain and was used as an arcade but eventually shut down and all the pinball machines and arcade cabs were left there to rot.
Some dudes went in there and took some cool pics.
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>>7704031
Here's a map if you're a UK based urban explorer
>>7704051
That would be The Duke!
I like this shot most >>7703190
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>>7704059
Yeah lol you posted it just as I finished typing, thanks for the info, I refound the article here
http://pavlovpinball.com/a-very-bizarre-pinball-nitro-ground-shaker-story/
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>>7704065
Now that's a nice looking pin.
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God I miss arcades. People will never experience walking into a dimly lit room and immediately blasted with heat from all the TV screens and the rumble from all those speakers as it shakes your bones.
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>>7702663
Stick your tiny willy in it
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>>7704049
I know a few people that actually did that "Raid" to get the arcade machines off it, was a fun time
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>>7704549
>"Raid"
>obtain permission from the owner and spend thousands of quid on a crane to get the machines off the ship

awesome raid dude, or are you talking about the thieves who went in and stole every fitting they could get their hands on because no one is "raiding" arcade cabinets that weigh tens of fucking kilograms you fuck
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>>7705492
No Brit who isn't a wanker uses metric.
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>>7705597
that's nice
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>>7704034
this once great country
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>>7702857
I'm guessing there was a flood, wealing the floor above, which is where these machines originally were, and they fell right through
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North Korean arcade
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>>7706164
Damn even their chairs are all fucked up
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>>7706147
>>7706150
>>7706154
>>7706164
how depressing, any more?
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>>7705492
It's a figure of speech
Go for a walk
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Never forget.
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>>7706147
does it still look like that in urban zones? some new centers look like what you typically find in Asia
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>>7707028
>so this is the power of video games... heh... not bad
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>>7707058
I often wonder if this is what the future will look like. People scrounging around for random bits of technology to pass the time.
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>>7707058
>/CRT/ General
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>>7707592
Aren't we living in it right now?
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>>7707592
it's been like that for a long time in the third world
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>>7707684
well yeah thats what the image showed
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>>7703403
I really, really hope someone rescued that.
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>>7708307
There were two
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>>7708450
Only one was complete though
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>>7708458
No worries. The game is irrelevant. The giant space dildo is what really matters. If you compressed all the zoomie terms, based, soul, etc into the most compact term possible it wouldn't come close to describing the awesomeness of this hot tub time machine.
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>>7704025
its moot, either the journey was the prize or else one could say he already wasted that time with or without losing the games.
And insurance money definitely could have got his games back, unless he had some rare protos, in which case shame on him for not keeping them in a fire safe or something
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>>7704049
>1969-2018
>the owner likely decided to put it up for sale due to covid
You're about 2 years off there, m8.
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>>7709972
I agree
>I wouldn't be surprised if it were closed before then.
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>>7709439
>its moot
Yeah, he says you're a faggot.
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>38 IPS
>123 replies
I can't
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>>7710918
>I don't know what "moot" means
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>>7710935
What, you want this to be /v/ or /tv/?
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>>7706164
isn't that in North Korea?
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RIP Playland Not at the Beach, I went there a few times. It's a shame there aren't more places to play outside Oakland and San Francisco.
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The most interesting thing about all of these is just how fast the building also collapses. It shows how fragile modern civilization is and how quickly it will all become ruins
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>>7711830
>thread theme
https://youtu.be/Ox3il79sokQ
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>>7705492
Calm down dear
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What is it about antique electronics that makes me feel they need to be saved?

They're much harder to maintain than an old car due to the use of ICs.
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>>7712119
Something about how the parts they're made of being completely unique to the era. So many cars are made of basically the same thing, lots of old cars could have their engine replaced with something modern. But those old electronics will never be fully safe, so you should preserve as many as possible. They'll all die eventually anyway, but if you're skilled with a soldering iron you can potentially fix it up provided you have replacement parts

I saw a video where someone fixed an N64 power supply with modern capacitors and even upgraded it so it could be used in any region. But if the CPU in the console died there's no fixing that.
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>>7703186
damn, wonder how much that KI2 cabinet is worth
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>>7702687
I mean, this is your average fan, Doom fans. You guys are the minority.
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>>7703184
what happened to the joystick?
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What joystick?
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>>7709439
You've obviously never actually had to deal with an insurance company after losing something valuable.
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>>7702687
is it sticky
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>>7709439
that's not how insurance works you faggot. pro tip: it's a fucking scam
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>all our consoles, computers, handhelds and gadgets will slowly decay and die
>sooner or later the only way to play older games will be through emulation or ports/remasters, the first one being imperfect most of the time and the second prone to arbitrary changes or censorship
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>>7714167
And through all that time you will never be a real girl
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>>7703403
Isn't that the game that the lady in Soilent Green is playing?
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>>7714167
Nothing lasts forever. Just enjoy it while you still can.
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>>7714167
yeah but at least we were here for the good shit right?
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>>7706164

Does anyone else believe there is a great treasure drove of incredible graphic design locked away in North Korea? More exotic and beautiful than anime?
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>>7711704
oooooh nooo nonononono. this is the saddest picture of them all by far.
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>>7714275
I sincerely doubt that, considering how derivative everything else in their media is
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>>7714275
no. they get all their stuff from china. these look like they were smuggled into the country.
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>>7714167
Cant we just make repro carts and boards if we want? Its not like theyd be hard to reproduce with modern technology, I fail to see how 4KB rom tech would somehow become lost and be forever unreplicable.
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>>7714318
Some systems don't use standardized parts, and ICs are not exactly easy to make
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>>7707592
i have four crts in my house, we're already living that future
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>>7714318
>I fail to see how 4KB rom tech would somehow become lost and be forever unreplicable.
Because it's not worth the money. As technology changes, so do the manufacturing plants and the old machines are retired/recycled/destroyed so even if it's replicable, there's no one with the money or the interest to replicate the tech because there's no breaking even economically.
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>>7714350
>everyone is as retarded as we be
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English please
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>>7714483
>>7714318
Yeah economics of scale is a huge thing. To put things in perspective if you commissioned the production of a single all new 1972 Honda Civic it would cost you millions of dollars. Any factory capable of making that stuff is also capable of making other stuff and you're stuck paying for all the time the factory loses not making whatever they're currently making. There are plenty of obscenely expensive sports cars out there with a material cost not much different than a consumer vehicle. They're only expensive because they were a limited production run.

Back in the day those 4kb chips were being produced by the million for many years so it was really cheap. Now only making a single batch to replace a small number of arcade machines? Suddenly its an expensive limited run luxury product.
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>>7702663
Get a new tube and get a game to put inside, duh.
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>>7703054
I want to break the legs of people who allow these machines to fall to ruin.
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>>7703735
looks good in this very specific case though. blood looks coagulated and really caked-on
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>>7710918
who?
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>>7703052
just fuck fuck already goddamn
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>>7702857
SOUL
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>>7703397
this gives me a sense of childhood wonder for some reason
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>>7712119
Old cars can be repaired with modern parts that are still in production. The chips in old game consoles are limited in supply, and all WILL eventually die. You can't replace those with modern components.
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>>7703139
niggerfagot
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>>7716760
same, it's the bright sunshining day, green foliage and the run down old barn reminds me of a summer childhood adventure exploring the woods that I may or may not have had.
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>>7703090
depressing
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this carpet
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>>7718243
I've always wanted to carpet a game room with this stuff. Do they still make it, even? Would it even be the same?
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>>7702992
Did he an hero?
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>>7702992
So I looked this guy up. This is the second time this happened. The first time some nogs robbed him and took his whole collection. The shit the fire burned down was everything he rebuilt.
This nigga had to have killed himself
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>>7718881
His name is so common that it's hard to tell, I wouldn't be surprised if he just decided to stick to emulating though. I wouldn't be surprised if he got robbed because he was flexing his collection online.
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>>7718852
I wouldn't be surprised if theres still a large stock of the carpet somewhere. You might be able to cut out an old carpet somewhere and give it a deep cleaning so it looks good as new. I just wonder what its official name is so I can actually look it up.
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>>7718852
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Hey I found it that wasn't so hard.
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I think I fuckin' found it https://astrocarpetmills.com/recolor_carpet/137/?category=3
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Holy hivemind, batman!
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>>7702687
My hands feel tacky just looking at it
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Arcades are dead in north america and i cry everytime i think of this
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>>7720296
It's dead in every place, even Japan. I mean, there are still arcade there but home consoles are so big that hardly there is any new arcade game being released there.
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Does anybody look at this and think, "this was the beginning of the end"? You get a room full of people with similar interests, but they all sit with their backs to each other, and pay money to be immersed in a game. Fast forward 40 years, and we're all technozombies who think discord is social interaction.
I know this is /vr/ and those arcades were kino, but looking at this picture just kills the illusion somehow.
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>>7721647
Well, at least there was the opportunity to interact with people in an arcade.
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>>7715004
i never understood why boomers lust over old cars and spend so much to maintain and preserve them but as I get older I understand. I would literally rent a storage unit and put every arcade cab i could find in it if there were any near me. They just represent a time, place, feeling, and technology that is long gone.
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>>7714275
North Korean aesthetics basically looks like a Wes Anderson film set.
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>>7714301
These fags have no clue. Pic related.
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>>7706147
Any of these in MAME? lol
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>>7720296
yeah the last few got the coup de grace from covid at least in my city
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>>7722398
>looks like a Wes Anderson film
Just add Billy Mitchell and you literally have a real life Wes Anderson film.
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>>7722398
>Looks like
Derivative
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>>7704382
>imly lit room and immediately blasted with heat from all the TV screens
Errr... They all had airconditioning in SEA land.
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>>7720296
>Arcades are dead
>>7720351
>It's dead in every place

Do any of you spergs get out or live near a populated city?
There's arcades were I live, nowhere near as many as in the 80s or 90s but they still exist. They've evolved to be mostly redemption type shit or larger machines that home consoles can't replicate. And amidst all the new fangled gimmickry there's usually a pinball table or two, a fighting cab or some throw-back machine that harks back to the old school arcade. They still have large cabinet sit-down race games and skeeball and hoop throws and all that shit though. Just a bit more modern.

>pic related. Timezones are to be found all over Sydney, we Aussies still know how to have fun
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>>It's dead in every place
>Do any of you spergs get out or live near a populated city?
That's not retro. And most of them are "UFO Catcher" games now. Or sudo-gambling machines that cough out tickets or coins.
>>7702412
Arcades were briefly banned in the 80s in singapoor.
>https://remembersingapore.org/2016/12/28/old-school-arcade-centres-video-games/
Most of them were probably sold overseas. But they got unbanned again the 90s.
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>>7720351
according to mobygames only 6 new arcade titles were released in 2020 globally
you might say it's a covid thing, but we only got 11 releases in 2019, and 19 in 2018
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>>7724047
but, it's fair to point out that this doesn't include ticket redemption games, like skee ball or anything like that
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>tfw local barcade with tons of retro stuff and a good sampling of modern machines and pinball with no crane or ticket games
>back area is all golden age cocktail cabs
>pretty decent pizza
>$5 peach or mango white wine slushies in the summer

they still exist, but unless they're also selling alcohol they aren't gonna be making enough money to stay open.
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>>7714318
fpgas have been a boon for this type of shit.
no, not mister shit or whatever that is. Look up c64 fpga video enhancer. There's an amiga one too that allows an A2000 to play aga games. Finally there's light at the end of the tunnel for custom chips if you're willing to buy a moderately expensive off the shelf board and do it yourself or pay someone else to do it. You could argue that there's no point if you're not using the original, but like all the other car analogies in this thread, it just become unreasonable to use all original parts and you have to keep the spirit of the item alive. No one is using rubber from 50s to repair old things.
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>>7724316
This. What used to be marketed towards kids and young adults is now better suited for that same, now older, generation.
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>>7722398
Swap out the orange on the chairs and you've got any room where a panel speaks in front of an audience. I can't believe you're simping for Nork "aesthetics".
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>>7724772
Tankie likely
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>>7722797
>That's not retro
Skee ball, air hockey, pinball and hoop throw games are pretty much the fucking same as they were 30 years ago you dumb cunt, just with prettier lights and newer scoring mechanisms.
Arcades aren't completely dead so stop being a faggot, they might be filled with redemption and dance machines but the aforementioned "retro" games are usually there as well. There's still bowling alleys that have old arcade cabs lying around too. And there's some barcades like this guy posted >>7724316 floating around. There's a music n pizza bar in my city that has a wall of music themed pins like Kiss, Metallica, The Stones, Gn'R etcetera that is a blast to go to.
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>mfw the arcade I used to visit during my high school days turned into a used car sales store
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>>7703735
A miniature painter too I see.
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>>7707058
pliz com to brasil
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>>7728520
gib moni
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>>7714167
We will die before that becomes an issue.
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>>7729863
>Two years ago at a friend's place
>He whips out his NES
>Turns it on
>Burning smell
Yeah its happening already. Some hardware will be more resilient than others but eventually they'll all die, and sure we'll all be dead once that happens but you have no guarantee it won't be your machine that lasts the longest. Also all the CRTs from those arcade machines WILL die in your lifetime as CRTs naturally do.





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