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A History of Nintendo Arcade Games [TetraBitGaming]

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In this video I’ll be going over the Nintendo’s Arcade History and their many ventures all the way back from the Laser Clay System to Donkey Kong and beyond!

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  1. @TetraBitGaming You forgot to include the Japanese exclusive arcade port of the first Rhythm Heaven game Rhythm Tengoku that was co-developed by SEGA and included a 2 player mode which would later return in Rhythm Heaven Fever for the Wii https://youtu.be/jQsAGGihmD0

  2. 【𝕀𝕔𝕖𝔹𝕝𝕦𝕖ℂ𝕒𝕥】 says:

    9:52 Jumpman=Mario my dad loves these old arcade games

  3. 【𝕀𝕔𝕖𝔹𝕝𝕦𝕖ℂ𝕒𝕥】 says:

    Donkey Kong 3 is so underrated. Sure Mario isn’t the playable character. But that doesn’t mean you hate on Stanley the bug man

  4. There is a f zero ax arcade at circus circus by the midway section

  5. I live by an arcade with both the luigis mansion and Mario and Sonic arcade machines

  6. Dude the luigis mansion arcade is amazing I found it at a Chuck E. Cheese

  7. Why is it that those Mario Party arcade games seem really fun…

  8. If your ever in Rhode Island there is the Luigi mansion and Mario kart dx in Dave and busters at Providence place mall

  9. Im not sure if they do anymore but Celebration Station in Clearwater Florida used to own F-Zero AX. I even remember it using gamecube memory cards to hold your data and thinking that was amazing as a kid, but it has been over a decade since I've been there so they may not anymore.

  10. I've seen a Mario and Sonic at the olympic games 2016 at dave ad busters

  11. I saw a Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic games at a Dave 'n Buster's in Ohio once

  12. The arcade nearest to me, and the 2bd and 3rd ones also have mario arcade gp dx, so it's easy for me to find the game.

  13. There's an AX machine in Phoenix Arizona. Didn't realize it was rare

  14. I have play Pokemon treeta and is kinda neat there two mods battle and catch and free catch, after catching a pokemon, the arcade machine will give you a disc thingies that you can use to sent out your pokemon in the game

  15. Nintendo Swedish blue movie interactive simulator. We will call it "Fascination."

  16. If you're looking for Luigi's mansion most chuck e cheese locations have it

  17. Extra like for the heavy use of Banjo-Kazooie music. I approve.

  18. I few years ago I was lucky enough to find and play a Mario Kart arcade gp 1 machine at a mini golf/ go-kart park. I don’t know if the machine is still there but it was an experience I’ll never forget.

  19. I played an f-zero game like that at Boss battle games in Indiana

  20. Does this include Donkey Kong? I mean, DK was revolutionary for a number of reasons. It was Nintendo’s first breakout hit and it was also the game that introduced Mario, and it was also the first platformer

  21. I found a Mario & Sonic 2016 Machine in the bowling alley (completely separate from the rest of the arcade games) of the Round One in Hicksville NY.

  22. Don’t worry I really want to playlist but I can’t

  23. where are you in Canada (guessing because we say about the exact same way)? I know some Playdiums (yes, they still exist!) have the Luigi’s Mansion game; the one closest to me has it, and yeah, it’s super fun.

  24. Rip Kirby and the magical stars of metal land 🙁

  25. I have seen the Luigi’s mansion arcade game at chucky cheese very fun and scary 🙂

  26. If you guys want to check out some cool really old school arcade retro games then come over and check them out.

  27. You should’ve included Rhythm Tengoku Arcade.

  28. When I was 13, I went to a arcade in Austin TX and got to see and play the original Popeye and Donkey Kong 3 Arcade Cabinets.

  29. Incredible well made video! Answered all of my questions.

  30. Nintendo and Sega wow way before sonic adventure 2

  31. Great video! however it's missing a couple of things like the Rythm Heaven arcade game for the Naomi and also while it isn't owned by Nintendo anymore, I think Killer Instinct should have had a mention

  32. If they also make arcade games, why don't they do a Star Fox arwing simulator game?

  33. To be honest an arcade I gone to sometimes Had Luigi's Mansion arcade and Mario And sonic at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games arcade, both were very fun.

  34. Actually, head on n isn’t a rip off of pac man because not only do they have major differences, head on n came before pacman.

  35. Dave and Busters has mario and sonic, mariokart, and Luigi's mansion.

  36. 15:12 I have a distinct memory of playing F-Zero AX at the Disney World Contemporary Resort's arcade. Never thought I'd get to play it there! I kinda wish I bought GX & use my memory card w/save data to use my custom machines in the arcade game.

  37. Ok here’s a little history. The laser clay shooting thing was like the clay shooting in duck hunt. Actually duck hunt was made, but not by Nintendo. But by SEGA. Duck Hunt was released in 1968. It’s almost exactly the same. Very suspicoius

  38. I remember playing the f zero arcade in Circus Circus’ arcade at Las Vegas. Last I checked, that machine was still there.

  39. Where’s playchoice n super Mario world the stand alone Mario 1 arcade

  40. I'm surprised you didn't go into the Nintendo Super System. It was basically a SNES arcade cab with two giant SNES controllers attached to it. I had the chance to play it at a rest stop once. The one I saw had SMW, F-Zero, and SM All-Stars but I know there were other games available on other machines.

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