September 25, 2002
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"He was twitching and his eyes were not quite shut ... I thought he was dead."
With the rise in home-computers during the mid-nineties came the fall of game arcades and their unhealthy drifter culture. The family-oriented nVidia and ATI companies provided home-entertainment and the final nail in the coffin for the infamous arcade. That was until late 1998, and DDR. Dance Dance Revolution
swept the nation and kids exchanged "moves" like bubblegum. It was a juggernaut. It was out of control. DDR claimed victim
, with no signs of stopping...
posted by holloway (14 comments total)
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