To me the arcade experience is the ultimate gaming experience.— Eugene Jarvis
Most Powerful Arcade quotations
If I could be anyone, I'd choose the lead singer of Arcade Fire, Win Butler.
I love an arcade. I love a boardwalk game. But I also love a rollercoaster. Though I think the rollercoaster love comes from the fact that it took a really long time for me to reach the height requirement, so I promised myself very early on that when I reach that, I will not take it for granted.
Every time I imagine a garden in an architectural setting, it turns into a magical place. I think of gardens I have seen, that I believe I have seen, that I long to see, surrounded by simple walls, columns, arcades or the facades of buildings - sheltered places of great intimacy where I want to stay for a long time.
You can not ignore his current life. Bowie has become a family man and enjoys to see his children grow up close to him. But after six years he feels the urge to get in the studio with musicans he likes. He closely follows bands like Arcade Fire in recent months. But he is inspired by ancient Chinese folk and jazz these days as well.
I remember the first Mortal Kombat, when that came out, that was the hardest game of all time. There would be lines at the arcade around the block, and I still love all of the Mortal Kombat games.
I've been a fan of video games since the old school, I even have a lot of the old school arcade games at my house.
Life's not some slot machine in an arcade with a sign that flashes up saying 'I'm sorry, you have been killed. Would you like another go?' But we might get put through the same test each time, get faced with the same situations until we've learned how to cope.
It must have been the summer of 1967, the Beatles were singing love is all you need. I held her hand as we walked through the arcades.
I like bands for a long time, even when they're not trendy anymore.
I still like Arcade Fire. I've always liked Stevie Wonder.
I actually have the Arcade PC at home, and it has 5,500 games on it.
Everything from the old school, Galaga, Tron, Missile Command, anything you can think of, theyre all on there. I love the old school games.
War, we have come to believe, is a spectator sport.
The military and the press have turned war into a vast video arcade game. Its very essence-death-is hidden from public view.
GYBE are among my, erm, two favourite Montreal bands, Arcade Fire being the other.
I played mostly games like Asteroids and Pac-Man.
Today, when I go into an arcade, the games are much more difficult and complex. I don't think I could even play some of the video games that are out there today.
Of course, no lyrics are ever unintentional, but I think bands like Wolf Parade and the Arcade Fire have a tendency to touch on big themes without really following through on them or tying them in to a particular logic.
The other video game adaptation I did was Mortal Kombat, and I did that because I loved playing the games in the arcade. I play all of the Resident Evil games because I'm very much immersed in that world.
When I was growing up, I was as socially outcast as any nerd could possibly be.
I was in the chess club, I brought D&D stuff to school, I had every game system you could imagine, I spent countless hours at arcades, computer camp, loud presence in the Latin Club. All that stuff.
My favorite video game of all time is called 'Black Tiger'.
It's a Capcom Dungeons and Dragons game from 1987. I have the actual arcade version sitting in my office.
I still have my old Nintendo 64 that works.
And I hook it up, and I still play the original Goldeneye. Im that geek. I have an NBA Jam arcade machine in my office at SNL.
When I was a kid, I had an Atari 2600, and I would play Pac Man, Frogger, all that kind of stuff. And I did enjoy going to the arcade.
I was not the kid that hung out at the arcade.
Moreover, a book is not made of sentences laid end to end, but of sentences built, if an image helps, into arcades or domes.
Polygons are fashionable at the moment - particularly in the arcades.
It's a token for the arcade games at Laser Sport Time!" Dan hissed.
"Uncle Alistair doesn't think so," Amy murmured. "He's a numismatist." "He takes his clothes off in public?" Dan said.
I felt like a kid standing in the world's greatest video arcade without any quarters, unable to do anything but walk around and watch the other kids play.