Photos from the 2018 Louisville Arcade Expo – LEO Weeklyhttps://www.leoweekly.com/2018/03/photos-2018-louisville-arcade-expo/Three days of Arcade Expo madness went down this weekend at the Triple Crown Pavilion. All games were on free play providing non-stop action for gamers.
A wonderland for gamers: The Louisville Arcade Expo returns – LEO Weeklyhttps://www.leoweekly.com/2018/02/wonderland-gamers-louisville-arcade-expo-returns/Louisville Arcade Expo was started eight years ago to recapture the nostalgic feel of an ‘80s arcade. In 2018, it’s a gamer’s wonderland.
From Super Mario to Pong: Vintage arcade games, pinball machines come to Pomona for Retro City Festival
From Super Mario to Pong: Vintage arcade games, pinball machines come to Pomona for Retro City Festival – San Gabriel Valley Tribunehttps://www.sgvtribune.com/2018/01/19/from-super-mario-to-pong-vintage-arcade-games-pinball-machines-come-to-pomona-for-retro-city-festival/Time to play. Fans of old-school arcade video games and pinball machines can do just that this weekend at Retro City Festival 2018 at Fairplex in Pomona.
Stern Pinball Returning to Consumer Electronics Show with Latest Pinball Titles and Newest Digitalhttps://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/stern-pinball-returning-to-consumer-electronics-show-with-latest-pinball-titles-and-newest-digital-game-offering-300579129.html“CES is a great opportunity to get both our latest pinball machines like Guardians of the Galaxy and our digital pinball arcade in front of eager tech and gaming enthusiasts,”…
Free Play Florida Electronic Gaming Expo comes to Orlando Nov. 17http://attractionsmagazine.com/free-play-florida-video-games/Free Play Florida is coming to Orlando this November for three days, and bringing the history, art and competition of electronic gaming with it.
Love for the classics: Thousands gather in Portland for annual retro gaming expo | Local News | heraldandnews.comhttps://www.heraldandnews.com/news/local_news/love-for-the-classics-thousands-gather-in-portland-for-annual/article_40cf60c6-0baa-5cc1-b385-828f41908d0d.htmlPORTLAND — Old, outdated and no longer in production are now the most coveted — at least when it comes to video games — as thousands gathered in Portland last