A look at Keystone II (with some SFIV in there too)

Shaggy December 30, 2008 1



While the following video we’re going to discuss on 1up.com is billing a Street Fighter IV Pro Player match-up, I am far more interested in the place they are playing it at – Keystone II. We mentioned Keystone II a while back – it’s a small arcade in Northern California that runs on an invite-only basis (I believe) and features several great fighting games to play and on top of that it attracts some of the top players in the area. In the video, they discuss the history of Keystone II and show off what they have there quite a bit, along with some reminiscing of arcades in general. The second half of the video is all about  SFIV and what makes it special, different, etc. I’m not sure if there is much new there but at least check it out for Keystone II. Unfortunately we can’t embed the video here so hit the link below to check it out.

[1up Show: SFIV at Keystone II] [Discuss on the Forum]

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  1. Dave K. January 3, 2009 at 9:32 pm - Reply

    Albert is a great guy, and friend to many in the bay area who are into this hobby (including myself). There are more underground arcades out there than people think, and will probably stay that way since its still too costly to open anything publicly. Everything is run on donations, and love of the hobby by the community, and as such needs to be invite only.

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