the adventure on the 90s cabin cruisers sled to 2022, here is the new gameplay

The developers of Nosebleed Interactive publish a new video of Arcade Paradise that confirms the postponement of this free roaming experience centered on 90’s cabinets. The project published by Wired Productions, therefore, will take longer to be completed on PC and console.

Officially announced at the Future Games Show in March, Arcade Paradise puts users in the shoes of Ashley, a video game enthusiast committed to transforming her family laundry room into a hangout for cabinet game enthusiasts.

The playful experience promised by Arcade Paradise will draw inspiration from management systems and sandbox simulators to offer Ashley’s emulators the opportunity to set up their own dream arcade, choosing from more than 35 cabinets inspired by the masterpieces that have written the history of arcade gaming of the 70s, 80s and 90s.

Each cabinet will offer fully playable titles, complete with records to be established and challenges to be completed against the club’s patrons: the management of the game room will also include the repair of worn electronic boards, from the choice of furnishing accessories to attract new customers and , of course, from the need to earn enough money to support the costs of the business. Concerns about the economic sustainability of Ashley’s business will be represented plastically by the phone calls that the protagonist will receive from time to time from her father, Gerald of Riviera played by Doug Cockle (the voice actor of Geralt in the series of The Witcher).

According to the latest information shared by Nosebleed Interactive, Arcade Paradise will be available in the spring of 2022 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S.