I'm not sure about GG, but that's only one arcade. If they are like that in England that's cool but it's not common in the US. The closest thing I've seen is arcades that charge a door fee and then have the games run on nickels but even then the machines are never set to freeplay. There's no point in charging a door fee then setting them to freeplay because people will always be willing put more change in them either way. That's why they came.