Here comes the nostalgia train.
With over 1,100 retro-to-modern arcade games and pinball machines, Arcade Expo is your childhood dream come true.
And yes, they're all set to freeplay.
This weekend at the Museum of Pinball in Banning, CA, gaming fans can time-travel through decades of arcade technology ranging from rare and classic games like 'Tron' to contemporary favorites like 'House of the Dead.'
In addition to the massive show floor, visitors can participate in tournaments and witness world record attempts for both Bust-a-Move, and 5-man Galaga.
Saturday will also feature a silent auction for rare gaming cabinets as well as a swap meet for retro gaming enthusiasts to take home their own machines.
You can learn more about Arcade Expo on their website here.
Note about the author: Morgan Tremaine currently holds the Galaga high score at YouTube Space LA.
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