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madmanjock

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There is NQ64 in Edinburgh now. Not been, but looks like Kobo with more ambition.
Yeah I’ve not been either, does look like a good list of games but no Neo stuff… if that really matters
 
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I plan to be in London sometime in April. I would love to meet up with anyone who's up for it. On a previous trip, I met Lee Gray. I'm definitely up for a meet up with more members if anyone is interested. If anyone wants to play games, then great. But even if it's just to meet, then that's fine too.
 

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I popped into NQ64 Edinburgh yesterday. Its alright value wise, 15 tokens for £7. Most games one token, light gun games cost 2 tokens.

They had a snes, megadrive, n64 and PlayStation setup with everdrives or similar devices setup full of romz. Those didn’t require any tokens to play but obviously were popular because of that. SNK wise there was Fatal Fury and Samurai Shodown on Megadrive.

I played Golden Axe, Point Blank 2, House of the Dead 3, Virtua Fighter and Track n field. A decent afternoon with a few pintz.

Deffo up for a UK meet up somewhere. I don’t mind London, but with the userbase spread around the UK, might suit others if it’s half way up the country e.g Manchester
 

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Some photos of NQ64 in Edinburgh. They did play some awful rap music and had most the arcade machines on low volume with no music, but it was alright and a decent attempt to try and make a arcade bar that still appeals to the mainstream - if they don’t make a profit they won’t survive after all. Anyone visiting Edinburgh shoot me a PM if you fancy checking it out.

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Some photos of NQ64 in Edinburgh. They did play some awful rap music and had most the arcade machines on low volume with no music, but it was alright and a decent attempt to try and make a arcade bar that still appeals to the mainstream - if they don’t make a profit they won’t survive after all. Anyone visiting Edinburgh shot me a PM if you fancy checking it out.

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Tell them to stop stretching the damn games to 16:9. TVs have a 4:3 option.
 
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