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    Default Arcades are a crucial part of the history of video games

    In all the excitement around big video game sales, a huge spike in audience engagement and unprecedented demand for consoles, it can be easy to forget the devastating impact the pandemic had on some corners of the business.
    Physical retail has been surprisingly resilient, but that's entirely down to a rise in online selling. Video games on the High Street are under serious threat. Games expos are, too, with leading events businesses forced to cancel shows and lay off entire teams.
    And then there are the arcades. Despite it being a long way from its glory days in the 1980s, the arcade industry has found a way to endure over recent years, through retro establishments, VR, more specialist offerings, and video game museums.

    "Arcades are a crucial part of the history of video games" | GamesIndustry.biz

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    I love video games!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariwuns View Post
    I love video games!
    I guess everyone loves them!

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    I also love video games, but in my environment there are a lot of people who do not understand why they play them at all.

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    Arcade and adventure have always been my favorite genres in video games. I'm over 20 years old, but I'm still interested in what's new in the industry.

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    Oh, sweet memories... Simpsons and Daytona were two favorite games of my childhood. I spent whole days playing them.

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    Every teenager now loves video games. It's one way to distract and relax after school or practice. It's also where adults find their place. After a hard day's work, you can sit down to a game and enjoy it. Games also serve as a means of communication among young people. You can play together with your friend or against him. My son loved the game Minecraft. A harmless sandbox game that has become popular all over the world. Today there is no modern person who would not know about the existence of Minecraft. The only thing that bothered me was that the Internet is full of servers with obscene content for minors. I found a source where I collected popular and interesting servers, which I allowed my child. On this website, you can pick up something for yourself as well.

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