Nikorj wrote: Zelda Majora's mask and Zelda the windwaker are defenitely awesome games.
I'm not from that era,But thanks to thee internet i've dug up a lot of great retro games like Castlevania 1+3,Super mario 1+2+3 (All are great games) Are there still arcade machines in America??? Cause there's not a single one left in Denmark,Not even in the urban part of copenhagen where i live.
I've completed all zelda games except the one on wiiu,So feel free to ask Valerie
You've completed all the Zelda games? WOW!
For DS I have 'Zelda Phantom Hourglass' and 'Zelda Spirit Tracks'. For GameBoy I had 'The Legend of Zelda'.
What is that 'wiuii' ? I saw some games for that but didn't even know what it was.
Good question about the 'Arcade' and I don't know. I would guess, maybe in some more remote
gas stations/mini marts. There was the time when shopping malls had one or more large Arcade
rooms with just about every machine you could think of. I suppose they made a ton of money.
Many years ago I remember my sister that lives in a small town, lived by a mini mart and her kids
would go there almost every day to play 'PacMan' and something else. It was just a small little
store but they had two game machines.
I watch 'Price is Right' rather faithfully every morning. It's a popular game show that has been
airing since the 70's. I can remember when they would give away pinball machines as a prize.
I have not thought about it but you are right, I suppose there isn't any or perhaps a few arcade
machines around. I would guess that perhaps amusement fun type houses might have some.
People did start having game rooms that were simply like the ones we play today on computers.
I know because a friend of mine that works online, opened a really nice one in North Carolina.
I saw pictures of it. He had a very nice room, lots of tables, laptops, computers, play stations,
all that. It didn't fly. Most people simply stay at home and play games on their own machines.