The Arcade Experience

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The Arcade Experience

A Look At Modern Arcades and Why They Still Matter

Authored by Adam Pratt
Prologue by Kevin Williams

The modern arcade industry is given it very own book striving to cover
the latest developments and trend, proving an on going relevance for all that are interested
in gaming and its social impact.

Adam Pratt, owner of The Game Grid Arcade in West Valley City, UT, and the famous blog
Arcade Heroes, has completed a comprehensive study on the video amusement game
industry, being published as The Arcade Experience: A Look Into Modern Arcade Games and
Why They Still Matter. Covering the colorful history, mythology, technology and future of
the arcade phenomenon, Pratt takes readers on his own personal voyage of discovery and
ultimately a career in the video arcade industry.

With more than four years experience owning and operating an arcade, and a lifetime love
of video games, Pratt combined his passion for the industry and his talent as a writer for
industry publications such as Replay and the blog, Arcade Heroes, into an analysis of the
video game industry. Pratt covers the Golden Age of arcades, the crash in the late 80's and
the slow recovery and resurgence.

Readers will discover the truth about the Golden Age, the state of the industry today and
take a peek into the emerging future. The Arcade Experience also includes an extensive
listing of the most important, popular and current video games that can be found in today's
diverse mix of amusement hall, family entertainment center, bowing ally and cinema, as
well as the latest Asian amusement venue.

From video games to redemption, from pinball to virtual reality and all points in-between,
Pratt explains in The Arcade Experience the significance of arcades and why they still matter
today far more than they ever have.

Publication Date:
1482757850 / 9781482757859
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Full Color
Related Categories:
Games / Video & Electronic / General

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