Save point out of Maryland will be heading up the video arcade this year. 24 free to play arcade cabinets with focus on Japanese, fighters, and rhythm gaming.
Here’s a list of some of the games that’ll be available.
– Dance Rush
– Taiko Nijiro
– Initial D v8 (two linked cabinets)
– Sega Titan
– Dance Maniax
– Pop’n Music
– Swords of Fury (pinball)
– World Cup Soccer (pinball)
– Bride of Pinbot (pinball)
– Beatmania Mini
– Pokken Tournament (two linked cabinets)
– DDR A20+
– Dead or Alive 5
– ExaArcadia (Gimmick!, Samurai Shodown V Perfect, Cotton Rock n Roll, Crimson Katana)
For gamers on the go, the Mobile Gaming area provides an area for like-minded people to pull up a chair and join a turf war on Splatoon 2, trade and fight Pokemon, compete in Mario Kart races, and everything in between. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re a Nintendo Switch fan, a 3DS gamer, or just like to play games on your phone.
Pachinko Fever Interactive Pachinko Parlor began in 2009, with purchase of the first pachinko machine for engaging fans at convention tables. The rest was history, as Pachinko Fever now owns over 14 machines. Pachinko is Japanese Pinball, a favorite pastime in Japan. Its been one of their most popular leisure activities for nearly a hundred years.
Pachinko Fever sets up an interactive parlor where attendees purchase balls to play and redeem winnings for prizes, much like an American arcade. Their machines represent the history and evolution of pachinko over the last 55 years with machines dating from 1961 to 2010, so Pachinko Fever has a machine for everyone!