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The ’80s Arcade VIRTUAL TOUR ||TR OldSchoolGamer

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Tour Virtual gracias al Fronted “New Retro Arcade Neon” dedicado a los años 80.

Info Años 80 ARCADE:
La edad dorada fue una época de tremendo auge en la popularidad de los sistemas ARCADE, que conllevó grandes avances y enormes beneficios. A pesar de que no existe un consenso en lo que a su duración exacta se refiere, todos los autores coinciden en la primera mitad de los 80 como punto álgido. Durante este periodo se experimentó un rápido avance de los juegos ARCADE a lo largo y ancho de Norte América, Europa y Japón. Estos sistemas comenzaron a aparecer en supermercados, restaurantes, gasolineras, y muchos otros establecimientos que buscaban una fuente extra de ingresos. Los juegos populares a menudo causaban una riada de adolescentes ávidos de probar lo último que las compañías proponían. Las dos compañías mas exitosas de esta era fueron Namco (la compañía Japonesa responsable de Pac-Man) y Atari. Estas dos compañías lucharon cuerpo a cuerpo por el primer lugar en los salones ARCADE durante varios años.

Durante este periodo los desarrolladores experimentaron con nuevo hardware, como los displays vectoriales, que producían líneas sin aliasing. Eventualmente estos sistemas fueron abandonados por su alto coste. Los desarrolladores también experimentaron con el uso de la tecnología laser-disk para mostrar video y audio similares al cine. Tras el enorme éxito inicial, otras compañías como Sega, Nintendo, Bally Midway, Capcom, SNK, Konami, Williams o Taito se animaron a entrar en el negocio. Algunos sencillamente refinaban el concepto de “oleadas invasoras” de Space Invaders, como Galaxian o Galaga, mientras que otros introducían conceptos nuevos, definiendo nuevos géneros.

20 Comments

  1. You couldn’t beat the smoothness of true arcade games

  2. In the 80s $5 at the Morris County mall would buy fries and a Coke and you’d still have a bunch of money left over for arcade games. Sometimes I miss being 11.

  3. Great to go back to the 80's. Wish I were still capable of having Big Hair.

  4. Can u make a how to video? I mean how to step by step. Also like putting videos on tapes an music on tapes. That would be helpful. Thanks if u could. Awesome video

  5. If someone could build a virtual 80s world, I wouldn't leave!

  6. Try searching for MAME32 at archive dot org. The Progetto collection is worth a look.

  7. Hello and I am hoping someone can help me – I lived in Japan in the 80's on a military installation – There was a bowling alley that had some arcade machines, IE Ghost and Goblins and Rush'n attack – There was this arcade game that was a haunted house game – There was a mansion that had many windows and you could see ghosts in them – The ghosts would come out of the windows and chase you – Anybody have any idea what this game is called – I've googled and found nothing –

  8. You should put the list of the games below the video

  9. How is the input lag, while playing in this environment? Would like to make an arcade with mostly cave shmups

  10. hola muchas gracias por hacerme recordar hermosos años de mi infancia, me podrías decir el nombre del juego que aparece en el minuto 31:40 por favor!!!

  11. Please transport me from the 2020 world of COVID 19, social unrest to this, the world of my early 80s childhood.

  12. there are still some random arcade parlors in my shitty city, but they are almost empty, I don't like to enter because I feel the parlor workers look at me like I am a kind of predator… Growing old sucks.

  13. Just set up my NRAN arcade, I was born in 85 but there were still tons of 80s arcade games in arcades when I was a kid, curious to find out more of them.

  14. I generally like these things. And it looks like a lot of work went into it. I have a hard time with the cabinets not being correct. Tapper, Donkey Kong, on and on have totally wrong cabinets and artwork. Maybe I'm a purist. The sounds are great however.

  15. 39:35 Anyone remember the name of this game? I spent a lot of time playing it.

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