ah, I see that's still a good piece of gaming furniture then though. 😉Absolutely! But that doesn't make it any less of a pain in the backside.
Although mine isn't really that authentic. I bought a cabinet kit that takes a modern, flat-screen TV as the screen. It's a nice, sturdy kit, though. And the control panel I have for it is pretty cool.
only, I bet you can't play duck hunt on that. 🤣
We've got a good place for it. We have a finished basement that has nothing but one of those basketball shooting games like you see at arcades where you have a certain amount of time to sink so many shots. That and a couple of boxes are all that's in that room, and it's actually the biggest room in the house. It's an old house and the basement area was just crazy. Ceilings are over 10 feet, which made it perfect for the basketball game.
We almost bought an old Victorian house with 3800 sq ft. (It was $72,000 in the mid-nineties when we were buying a house here). So glad we didn't. I would have never come up with anything to do with all that space if I never managed to do anything with our finished basement.
Note: House prices were ridiculously low when we bought our house. I feel sorry for young people today who want a house.
Wow! That's really awesome. I'd definitely convert that to a game room real quick. I love those basketball games. You need a pool table down there, too.
WOWEE, that's an amazing house just by the description alone.
also where I live, people still go to the mall arcade to play on the basketball arcade machine with the moving hoop.
how much is that machine anyway? 🤔