If that was still the same I'd be there next FridayYeah, D& B is like a fake arcade. More like a Restaurcade.
Even Chucky Cheese is a shadow of itself and hardly has any video game compared to it's golden age. In fact when it first came out Chucky Cheese was a hang out for young adults at night. Kind of night club slash arcade with beer all over the place.
If I remember right (I was a kid), the games were not free.... they cost token and each token cost 1 dollar... so even the cheap games cost a dollar to play. I remember playing Virtua Fighter and Tekkan in the Arcade.It'd be really great to be able to spread the load out across the park again. Everyone benefits, at a relatively insignificant operational expense.
Tokens were $.25 each with a discount when you bought large amounts, and some games were as little as a single token, others were 2-4.If I remember right (I was a kid), the games were not free.... they cost token and each token cost 1 dollar... so even the cheap games cost a dollar to play. I remember playing Virtua Fighter and Tekkan in the Arcade.
I also remember Virtua Racer arcade where you sat in the car was 4 tokens, so $4 to play.
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but thats my childhood memory.
If I'm correct, seems like that would be a pretty good money maker.
Arcades don't at those prices... And besides, Disney has had arcades for decades, they know what money they make or not... no reason to think 'we think we know what it could be, but they don't realize...'Even at the 25 cent rate, seems it would generate a nice profit.
Have you scene Stranger Things? You'd like it for the nostalgia.