A look at the Game Galaxy Arcade, Tennessee

Shaggy November 13, 2008 6


It’s always great to keep the arcade reviews coming, and today we have a look at the Game Galaxy Arcade in Antioch, Tennessee. The Game Galaxy is located in a mall and is another arcade you can throw on the list of those who eschew redemption games in favor of something else, which in this case is game consoles. They hold competitions on the consoles regularly too and they also have a number of arcade fighters there, including Tekken 6. They also have The Grid, which is a game I’d like to get my hands on one day; and 6 pinball machines on site as well. We’ve added the Game Galaxy to our location reviews section and you can see more by clicking below.

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  1. Adam Pfeifer November 13, 2008 at 4:56 am - Reply

    Shaggy, if you are looking for the Grid. I found somone who is gettig rid of a set.


  2. Jim November 18, 2008 at 2:58 pm - Reply

    Oh!! nice soo that means you can use consoles; pay for play, is kind of weird AH or the Stinky Report does not said anything about it, interesting……..

  3. Shaggy November 18, 2008 at 3:01 pm - Reply

    I did mention that actually – not in this post but in the actual review:


    Check the first paragraph where I mention the price to play on the consoles.

  4. Jim November 18, 2008 at 7:53 pm - Reply

    I still don`t get it dude, what`s the difference they still need to “PAY FOR PLAY” i don`t know what you talking about….

  5. Jim November 18, 2008 at 8:44 pm - Reply

    when i said that AH or the SR does not said anything abouit, i meant that you guys don`t complain of the use of consoles games in an arcade bussines, remenber you guys always disagree of the use of console games; “pay for play”…..

  6. Shaggy November 20, 2008 at 1:33 am - Reply

    Try not to sound so bitter Jim, you sound like you had a stake in FragIsle or something.

    It’s not our fault that FragIsle and the T2 didn’t make it to market, it’s the companies who made them who didn’t do it properly, we were simply reporting the news. If an arcade runs consoles then I don’t think we’ve ever made an issue about that – just companies using consoles to resell them as an arcade machine. If someone does it legally then I think it’s an OK idea – if not then it means that the project will be pulled at some point anyways and thus it’s a waste of time.

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