+wongojack Posted August 25, 2018 Share Posted August 25, 2018 I looked through 2 pages of search results but could find no reference to this establishment founded by Nolan Bushnell's son. Check out the article: https://www.cnet.com/news/two-bit-circus-is-like-a-cutting-edge-chuck-e-cheese/ <snip> If that Bushnell name sounds familiar, it's because Brent is the son of Nolan Bushnell, who cofounded Atari in 1972. The California-based company made breakthrough arcade games and helped jumpstart the in-home video game market. Nolan then launched a chain called Chuck E. Cheese's that offer food, a cartoon rat mascot and, of course, video games. Just like his father did a generation ago, Brent and his team are hoping to entertain people in a new way, using a mix of video games, virtual reality, neon lights and theme-park fun. The new effort comes as arcades enjoy a resurgence, thanks in part to growth of VR experience centers, where people play video games while wearing portable headsets. <snip> Already posted in Arcade and Pinball Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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