*Fun, but pricey.
*If you've got a pocket full of money you don't think to spend it at an arcade. It's a fun place to go, but it costs about $100 to enjoy yourself which is money I'd rather spend having a night on the town. It's like CEC for adults, so why not eliminate the price, and "take the kids" to CEC, and play around yourself? At least your whole family can enjoy yourselves for about 1/2 the price.
Super-sized party multiplex for casual diners and serious drinkers who like a joystick with their drumsticks and swizzle sticks.. In Short This massive entertainment complex lures customers in with its arcade, then keeps them there by way of a spacious eatery serving pizza, pasta, burgers and finger food. Classic games like billiards, skeeball and shuffleboard are balanced by electronic counterpoints such as Ms. Pac-Man, Centipede and virtual-reality simulators that re-create an 18-wheeler ride or a Star Trek voyage. Of the two full bars, one comes with a 20-screen videodome designed for armchair quarterbacks.
Fun place... every once in a while.
This is one of those places, like sixflags, that you can only go to every once in a while, otherwise it gets old fast. I like the entertainment and games... but the prizes stink (but what do you expect) and the food isn't that good too. Service wasn't that great either.