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Companies Begin To CAVE on Mobile Gaming Push

Companies Begin To CAVE on Mobile Gaming Push

arcadehero April 1, 2014 3

UPDATE: Yes ok, this was a lazy April Fools post. I wanted to do something a bit better but have been busy video editing and cashed in on something easy Coming to the sudden

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JAEPO 2014 Day 2: Now with more videos!

JAEPO 2014 Day 2: Now with more videos!

arcadehero February 15, 2014 10

I would have got to this earlier but its been one of those days at the arcade where everything starts to break down. Hurray. JAEPO 2014 was only held for two days this year

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JAEPO 2014 Day 1: New Games For Japan

JAEPO 2014 Day 1: New Games For Japan

arcadehero February 14, 2014 5

JAEPO 2014 is here and with various Japanese arcade news sites on deck, we have a glimpse at the latest ideas to hit the market there. If you missed it, you can check out

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Taito Teases New Zombie Game: Project Z

Taito Teases New Zombie Game: Project Z

arcadehero February 12, 2014 1

After being bought by Square Enix, Taito hasn’t exactly been cranking out new games like they used to and like a lot of big names from the arcade past, have increased their mobile game

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Random News: 3D Printer Hacked For 1 Player Air Hockey & Gundog Turns Into Silent Scope: Bone Eater

Random News: 3D Printer Hacked For 1 Player Air Hockey & Gundog Turns Into Silent Scope: Bone Eater

arcadehero February 11, 2014 0

Two items that are pretty much unrelated here. First, the robot air hockey. Long ago when Arcade Heroes was still new, I posted about a robot system that allowed for some single player air

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Tilt Pinball Arcade Open In Fargo, ND; Gameworks Opening In SLC; Namco Arcade Closures In Japan

Tilt Pinball Arcade Open In Fargo, ND; Gameworks Opening In SLC; Namco Arcade Closures In Japan

arcadehero February 11, 2014 1

Time for some more location news! We’ll start with the good news first with another pinball-centric arcade opening its doors in Fargo, ND USA. Called Tilt Pinball Arcade, they are brining some pinball-only goodness

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Poster For Konami’s Gundog Offers First Glimpse Of The Cabinet

Poster For Konami’s Gundog Offers First Glimpse Of The Cabinet

arcadehero January 16, 2014 6

Just a few weeks ago on Christmas Eve, we received news that Konami was testing out a brand new sniper arcade game in Japan called Gundog. From the descriptions it sounded like a follow-up

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Japan Arcade News: Initial D8 Test; Puyo Puyo Quest Milestone; MSS Project + More

Japan Arcade News: Initial D8 Test; Puyo Puyo Quest Milestone; MSS Project + More

arcadehero January 10, 2014 6

Next month a big arcade trade show will take place in Japan and in the run up to that news on new games is starting to warm up. Let’s take a look at the

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Konami Jumping Into The Dome Screen Game With Steel Chronicle Ganesh

Konami Jumping Into The Dome Screen Game With Steel Chronicle Ganesh

arcadehero January 6, 2014 2

Newsfeed 1342 via I’ve said it before, I’ll certainly keep banging the drum – one of the great aspects of the arcade industry is the ability to provide unique gaming experiences by the ability

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Now Testing In Japan: Transparent Screen Sniping Game “GUNDOG”

Now Testing In Japan: Transparent Screen Sniping Game “GUNDOG”

arcadehero December 24, 2013 4

The Western world is gearing up for Christmas or New Years as the year comes to a close. In Japan, they are prepping to eat a lot of KFC (yep) but also testing out

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Japan This Week: Groove Coaster, Puyo Puyo Arcade, Gunslinger Stratos 2

Japan This Week: Groove Coaster, Puyo Puyo Arcade, Gunslinger Stratos 2

arcadehero November 7, 2013 2

While a lot of the focus for arcades this month shines on releases out West, they don’t stop bringing games to the forefront in Japan. Here’s what is going on this week. First off

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Taito & Scrap Launches A Game Station Real Escape Attraction In Japan

Taito & Scrap Launches A Game Station Real Escape Attraction In Japan

arcadehero November 3, 2013 2

Newsfeed 1336 via Point & Click adventure games had their heyday back in the 80s, representing a contrast in PC gaming at the time compared to arcades. The closest arcades would get to that

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