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Tonight I went to a "bar cade." It's a arcade and bar mixed together. So there are no little kids. This is a place for adults to play arcade games that are mostly from the 90s. Mortal Kombat II, NBA Jam, TMNT, X-Men, are just a few of the games they have. Sometimes there is a short line at each arcade game. It's only 25 cents a play so people will pop in quarters for a while. Most of the people there are in their mid 20s or early 30s. It's PACKED. The beer is good craft beer too (Sierra Nevada, Deschutes, etc). The place is thriving.
So old school gaming still has a place somewhere... There is a market for it. Old School MMORPG games have all been pushed to private servers, which are illegal. Seeing everyone at the "bar cade" made me excited about people still enjoying video games that are not new. Could there be a future for MMORPGs in the form they were in a decade ago?