1. Time Crisis
Before the era of “CS:GO” or “Call of Duty”, “Time Crisis” was probably the funniest shooter game with a high level of challenge, fast pace and appeal.
2. Street Fighter II
“Street Fighter II” is a big phenomenon in the world gaming industry and its presence in arcade game centers has caused thousands of people to stumble, bitterly beat each other.
3. Die Hard Arcade
“Die Hard Arcade” (Japanese name: “Dynamite Deka”) has practically nothing to do with the classic “Die Hard”, but it is one of the most impressive 3D action fighting games in the past.
4. Mortal Kombat II
While “Mortal Kombat” first publicly invented the classic fighting brand, it was “Mortal Kombat II” who completely persuaded gamers with its superior gameplay mechanics combining a series of extreme character designs promote.
5. Sunset Riders
“Sunset Riders” can be considered as a combination of two classic products including “Contra” with “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles In Time”, plus a bit of typical American culture and history.
6. Bust-A-Move / Puzzle Bobble
Puzzle and puzzle games usually don’t have a lot of ground in the arcade game, so “Puzzle Bobble” is one of the rarities and a lot of fun to play. The feeling of witnessing a player performing a screen cleaning combo is very good.
7. NBA Jam
“NBA Jam” on the arcade system is a place for players to show their truly superior control skills. Although the design was simple and played “bad” than real life, but that was more than enough for every child at that time to kill each other.
8. Metal Slug
The graphic style of “Metal Slug” can be considered as not old and suitable for all times, and its gameplay nature must be said to be bizarre and funny. Regardless of whether the players are big and small, men and women have many interesting moments of experience.
“X-Men” is one of the best fighting products that support up to 4-6 players at the same time. Through it, a group of friends can test how strong their feelings are, or just a few minutes of fighting like a dog with a cat.