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(Or maybe no one wants to have to play the games a million times)
(Wouldn't happen in RL.)
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Retro, arcade-style '''video games''' can be found in various homes, bars, restaurants, [[24-7|24-7's]] and clothes shops across [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] (both unplayable) in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] and [[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty City]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
 
Retro, arcade-style '''video games''' can be found in various homes, bars, restaurants, [[24-7|24-7's]] and clothes shops across [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]] (both unplayable) in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], [[State of San Andreas|San Andreas]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] and [[Liberty City in GTA IV|Liberty City]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
  
The high scores of playable games will saved to every machine of the same game.
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The high scores of playable games will saved to every machine of the same game, even though this obviously wouldn't happen in real life unless the arcade machines connected to each other through their own proprietary network.
  
 
== List of arcade games ==
 
== List of arcade games ==

Revision as of 21:33, 6 February 2010

Retro, arcade-style video games can be found in various homes, bars, restaurants, 24-7's and clothes shops across Vice City (both unplayable) in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, San Andreas in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto IV.

The high scores of playable games will saved to every machine of the same game, even though this obviously wouldn't happen in real life unless the arcade machines connected to each other through their own proprietary network.

List of arcade games