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on: March 08, 2013, 07:21:25 PM  Top
Started by Darkstorm091, Message by Darkstorm091
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Hi guys, new to the forum. Sorry if this is in the wrong place to post this thread ^_^;
I just have two quick questions about Sakura Con since this is my first year going.

Firstly, I've heard that there is usually a pop'n music machine there. I was curious if there would be one this year and if there would be what version of the game it would be.

Second, I'm gonna be in Seattle for a few days before the con and was wondering if you guys had any recommendations for arcades / places to check out while I was in the area since I've never been in Seattle.

Thanks in advance for answering my questions.
-DS091
 
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on: March 09, 2013, 05:13:21 PM  Top
Started by Darkstorm091, Message by NSX
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There was Pop'n last year

 
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on: March 09, 2013, 09:27:41 AM  Top
Started by Darkstorm091, Message by Dr.Z
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Hey. Welcome!

I don't think there was Pop'N last year, but Laura typically finds out from our arcade supplier Bill. She might be able to confirm at this point about if we'll have it this time.

The best arcade in the Seattle vicinity is probably Gameworks, right across from the convention center, which does have a good-condition Pop'N by the way.. 14th mix. It also has the only Technika machine in our state. If you're willing to go a bit farther out of Seattle, then Acme Bowl in Tukwila has basically the community's favorite ITG cabinet. Powerplay in Bellevue has a very responsive Pump Pro2 cab~

As far as other nice places to visit in Seattle...I don't go there very often myself, so I'm not much help in that regard < .<;
 
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