A couple decades ago, you could own an arcade and not lose your shirt. Allow us to go back to that time, when games were games, quarters were currency, and the home video game industry was only beginning to chip away at the attention arcades were getting. Buy the latest and greatest machines, giggle for a bit when you realize which games they're parodying, and arrange them in your space for maximum play ability. (And don't forget the jukebox. The experience is ruined if you can't play Tommy Tutone.