Every business has a starting point. For Japanese arcades, one of them was on department store rooftops.
Your obsession with electromechanical driving arcade games of the 60s and 70s is pathetic. Yes, the games were amazing and yes, they've been forgotten — but they don't need you in your sorry condition to be their representative. Time to get serious.
For all of the Batman games that have come and gone, very few have ever let you play with the Dark Knight's ultimate toy: The Batmobile. But that's all about to change thanks to this new arcade simulator from Raw Thrills and Specular Interactive that lets you drive almost everything in Batman's garage through the…
Believe it or not, Frogger has been skipping his way across busy highways for thirty years now. And to celebrate his anniversary, Tyler DeAngelo created this updated version of the arcade classic that now has the frog dodging the realtime traffic on New York's Fifth Avenue.