Originally Posted by JoeWoah
I think a Dave and Busters type place that only had classic games would make tons of money.
From what I have seen it's all about location. At my work we buy games from failed arcades all the time. Yet I have heard of a bar that is filled with just classic games and they make out well.
Originally Posted by unpainted huffheinz
There is a Centipede game at the local laundromat that has received no maintenance in its life. The thing still takes your quarter and plays like it should after nearly 30 years of abuse. I am amazed at how well these machines have held up.
I briefly worked in the coin op game industry for the place that made 'Police Trainer'. The guy who created Q-bert used to drop by once a week and always had some stories of the golden age of arcade games.
What was the name of the company you worked for and what area?
Originally Posted by Pennglock
OoT was a little boring, definitely not in contention for best ever. The N64 game that really blew me away was Mario 64. That game was a beautiful thing.
The best N64 game had to be Goldeneye and Perfect Dark. No contest.