The Arcade Games Come Home To Play

The Arcade Games Come Home To Play



The Arcade Games Come Home To Play
If you asked your dad about the​ video games he used to​ play back when he was a​ little kid,​ he’d tell you about archaic games like Pacman,​ Pong,​ Pinball,​ and maybe even the​ old classic Space Invaders .​
And,​ if​ you’re a​ genuine member of​ the​ generation X,​ you wouldn’t be able to​ help but scoff or​ maybe have a​ good laugh at​ the​ sheer antiquity of​ these titles .​
The coin-operated machines of​ the​ 1980’s are no match for the​ Arcade games of​ today .​
Back then,​ the​ gamers had to​ content themselves with simple,​ two dimensional games with shoddy graphics .​
You might give the​ graphics of​ Donkey Kong 1 a​ rating of​ 1/10 today,​ but back in​ the​ days of​ your father,​ they would’ve given it​ a​ whopping 10/10.
Arcades back then were three times more popular than the​ arcades of​ today for a​ single reason .​
If you were a​ gamer in​ the​ 1980’s,​ you would’ve had no choice but to​ go to​ the​ Arcades to​ satisfy your craving for games .​
Whereas the​ gamers of​ today only have to​ go on-line to​ one of​ the​ free arcade game websites and proceed to​ spend the​ whole day playing free arcade games in​ the​ comfort of​ their own homes.
Now,​ even with all the​ breath-taking graphics and mind-blowing innovations,​ Arcades still haven’t regained their former popularity .​
But the​ modern arcade does have its prodigies .​
One of​ which is​ the​ Dance Dance Revolution .​
People instantly became addicted to​ this novel sensation .​
The person who pioneered the​ marriage of​ dancing and gaming was a​ genius .​
Other innovative games followed in​ the​ wake of​ the​ dance dance revolution,​ like the​ baby of​ music and gaming,​ DrumMania .​
This game emulates the​ feel of​ playing real drums,​ and you have to​ bang the​ drum at​ exactly the​ right time to​ get a​ good score .​
These games appeal to​ the​ natural impulse of​ people to​ show off,​ as​ the​ best players are applauded in​ the​ Arcades .​
Not even the​ release of​ the​ dance pad,​ which can be bought from stores and allow you to​ play in​ the​ comfort of​ the​ gamers’ home could bring down the​ Arcade Titan that was dance dance revolution .​
If anything,​ the​ gamers who bought these dance pads only used them as​ training grounds for the​ real battlefield which could be found in​ the​ Arcades .​
Indeed,​ the​ games back then were every bit as​ addictive as​ the​ games of​ today .​
Arcade games are the​ craze of​ the​ youth then and now and you can only wonder what the​ future has in​ store for arcade games.




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