Gaming in the 90s! – Arcade Edition

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Gaming in the 90s – Arcade Edition
Arcades were like the bars of our youth. And actually, with barcades, the bars of our adulthood too… But back in the 90s, the number one hang out choice for some weekend fun or a cool kid birthday party was a day of playing video games at the arcade with your best buds. So revisit some of our favorite 90s arcade games like The Simpsons, Street Fighter, DDR, Cruisin World, and Turtles in Time, but with a hint of 20 years of perspective… yes, it has been that long, us!

Michael Adams Davis
David Odom
Michael Schroeder
Brian Fisher
Noah Grossman – (
Kelly Sparrman – (
Mel Aksamit
Joey Kramer
Alex Walker Smith as the Announcer

Written by Michael Adams Davis and Michael Schroeder
Directed by Michael Schroeder
Produced by Brian Fisher and David Odom
Cinematography by Michael Schmidt
Edited by Chris Haynes
Gaffer – Joey Kramer
Makeup by Mel Aksamit
VFX by Richard Cabrera of Romthirty VFX –

Special thanks to Player One Arcade Bar

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  1. the 90’s sound crazy im so happy that people dont take advantage of kids and their parents who have become so unattached to their kids that they will spend anything to get them away so they end up spending 30 bucks for a 3 part dlc that will be delayed 4 times

  2. I was still so lucky to have neighbors that worked on those arcade machines. Infinite quarters, just open the coin drawer and keep flicking the coin mechanism… Endless Gauntlet and Arkanoid

  3. Man I miss going to arcades back in day. The dark rooms full of loud colorful machines. The sticky floors. The smell of popcorn in the air. And the stack of quarters in my pocket I was going to use on games like Primal Rage, outrunners, and Space Harrier.

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