Nostalgia for the halcyon days of arcades is a force so powerful that some might even call it a Tri-force, though those people would clearly be idiots, since Legend of Zelda was only on NES. Stop trying to be cool, Dad! Now you can revisit the pre-wet dreams of your gaming childhood, at Galloping Ghost Arcade. From a group of dudes who're actually working on producing a video game of their own, GGA's a sprawling den of old school arcadery packed wall-to-wall with a painstakingly curated collection of 120 classic titles (with 80 more to come once they're refurbished), all gloriously set to unlimited free play based on a $15 cover that hooks gamers 'til closing at 2am, an hour when they'd usually be fiddling with their joysticks anyways. A humble sample of the goodness: - Double Dragon - Punch Out - Mario Bros - Bad Dudes - X-Men vs Streetfighter - Rygar - Ninja Gaiden - WWF Wrestlefest - Altered Beast - Burger Time - Golden Axe - Pit Fighter - Cobra Command - Mortal Kombats I, II & IV (everyone knows that III is for posers) For those whose moms won't stop coming down to the basement, there're two private rooms (equipped with four 42in flatscreens hooked up to the console of your choice) separated by a movable wall, which when taken out will transform the them into a massive space for events, tournaments, and even family parties, which'll be embarrassing if your dad keeps acting like a Twilight Princess.