Interview: 22 Arcade Machines + 1 House = Awesome Party and Brian Saur

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n it’s heyday, arcade gaming had it’s galaxies, and Los Angeles was one of the most magnificent. The games’ communal blue radiation and discordant 8-bit symphonies spilled across the sidewalks, boardwalks, and galleria food courts.

Today these classic machines, arguably the pillars on which the industry was built, have all but disappeared from public view. They have moved from the street into the houses, basements, and living rooms of people like Brian Saur.

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