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Dream Arcade’s New Console Puts Thousands of Retro Games at Your...

If you're on the hunt for a new retro gaming console, or something to fill in your arcade gaming needs, then Dream Arcade has exactly what you're looking for with a new line of Dreamcade machines that have hit Kickstarter.  Come inside to learn more!

Star Wars Battle Pod Coming to Your Home…For The Right Price

The dome-screened arcade machine, Star Wars Battle Pod, has been in various locations for a little while now, but Bandai Namco has now announced new versions of the arcade for you to bring home!  If you have plenty of spare cash lying around.  Come inside to learn more.

Hands On: The Star Wars Battle Pod Experience

The new Star Wars Battle Pod game gave me a reason to plan a trip to the video arcade.  Once I was in the pod, I had to experience every epic level the arcade had to offer and have brought my thoughts on the new gaming machine.

Namco’s Star Wars: Battle Pod Begins Releasing Today, New Details Revealed

Back in October, Namco revealed a new Star Wars arcade in Battle Pod, that would place gamers in the middle of the action in the galaxy far, far away.  Today, they've revealed it's started releasing the machines out in the wild on top of offering more details on some of the missions you'll play through.  Come inside to check out new screenshots!

Namco Reveals Star Wars: Battle Pod Arcade

At a special event going down ahead of the New York Comic Con, Bandai Namco have revealed an all new Star Wars Arcade game, called Star Wars: Battle Pod.  For the first time in a long time, Star War is returning to the arcade spectrum for gamers.  

Pokemon Meets Tekken: Pokken Tournament Announced

With whispers of a “shocking announcement” around the corner for the past week, The Pokémon Company and BANDAI NAMCO have collaborated to reveal Pokken Tournament which resembles a mash-up between two popular game series, Tekken and Pokemon.

The Industry Needs To Return To Arcades

The current generation of gamers is rather young and continuing to evolve, but gaming itself has been around for decades. Considering how massive the game industry is now, it’s crazy to think they’re not trying to expand beyond your living rooms. Movies have theaters, music has concerts, and even comic books have evolved beyond comics. Why is gaming not trying to “put on a show” like everyone else? With events like E3 and PAX, it has been proven that gamers can and will spend money to get more out of gaming. The problem is that gaming was once actually popular as arcades and now those arcades have vanished. However, arcades could be the concert or movie theaters of the gaming industry, if they were ever given a chance, but due to the history of the arcade, that may never happen. Let’s discover what arcades were and re-imagine them in a new way that could lead to a massive expansion of video games.

Focal Point: The Bare Necessities

In these trying times it's important to stick to only the essentials, and important concept in this week's Focal Point comic! We're back this...