> Defender-$1 > Tempest-$1.50 > Tapper-$1.00 > Street Fighter EX 2 Plus-$1.25 (in big blue Q-SOund cabinet) > Violent Storm-$1.75 (this has gone down lately, it was running $5 a week for awhile) > Tekken Tag-$1.75 (also gone down lately) > VS. Tetris-$1 (even original Tetris did not do well for us) > VS Excitebike-$1 (down lately, usually $2 or so) > VS Pinball-$1 > Satan's Hollow-$1 (pulled this once already, brought it back for Halloween) > Pac-Man PLus-$1.50 (way down, usually $5 or so) > Cadillacs and Dinosaurs-$1 (another one WAY down, usually $3-4 a week) > TRack and Field-$1.25 > Toobin-$.50 (down as of late) > Food Fight-$0.25 (We're pulling this) > Dr. Mario-$1.50 > VS Gradius-0 (LOL) > VS Goonies-0 (this one has made a total of $2 in 2 months) > R-Type-$1 (only the second week we have had it too) > Elevator Action-$1 (3rd week since we brought it back in) > Marble MAdness-$1 (probably going to pull this) > Arkanoid-$1.75
Wow, that's depressing.
I don't know if I'm in the minority but being able to play the games in that list on MAME at home means that I'm more likely to spend money on them whenever I see them in the wild.
Does that make any sense? Any others here feel the same way?