A look inside the arcade scene of Kuwait

Posted by Mark

Kotaku (one of the most popular video game sites online) last night posted an article about the arcade scene in Kuwait. They linked to a Kuwait Arcade Database which was put together by a guy called Yousef. Burj Al Abyad is still alive and kicking, leading the pack when it comes to fighting games. They actually hold proper Street Fighter tournaments there. Personally my favorite arcade in Kuwait used to be the Showbiz arcade before they shut down since they had some great old games like Killer Instinct and Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker. Anyway here is the link to the Kuwait Arcade Database [Link]

Thanks Yousef


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  1. Patrick says:

    That dude’s facial expression in the background (with the yellow collar) is hilarious.

    Some of the comments on Kotaku are pretty funny.

  2. TweeZ says:

    LOOOOOL
    igzerat 3alayh !

  3. TweeZ says:

    man….I can’t stop laughing at the remixes! Someone, please make a hope poster with his face!
    fuckin classic!

  4. Patrick says:

    lol.
    That guy needs to get a sense of humor.
    He’s not cool anymore.

  5. Mark says:

    360: yup i got the email

  6. DarkWolf80s says:

    Awww come on. tThe guy just turned into an internet mem here. LOL!!! It’s just like Patrick said “He needs to get a sense of humor.” hehehe

  7. yousef says:

    Thanks Mark for posting about this.

    Yeah some guy also emailed me and asked me to remove the picture. He needs a sense of humor. I didn’t even notice it.. I was looking at the cabs every time I saw the picture lol.

  8. Ozy says:

    Haha. The photoshops done by the comments on kotaku are hilarious.

  9. mrFitness says:

    White Towers Kick Asses man
    it’s bee long time since i was there
    heeeew i’ve been playing video games since 1991.
    missed that days :~(


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