So, I went to the arcade instead. One yuan=one token, and most games are 4-6 tokens. So like 75 cents to a dollar. I'm a sucker for toys, so I played the different claw machine and those machines that require super-human timing to win a prize. I didn't win. There was also some weird fishing game that a bunch of 40+ year olds were playing like it was a slot machine or something. They'd just sit there smoking for hours, feeding the machine coins, just so they can catch digital fish. I didn't get a picture of that since I feel weird taking pictures of people, but another time.
There were also a lot of Kinect games, but I didn't feel like making an ass out of myself in public in a foreign country so soon after arrival, so I was just content to watch the natives do it. Anyway, after the break are some pictures from that magical place where China goes to escape responsibilities.
Fighting games! (You are paired with someone on the other side.)
It's like Mario Kart, except instead of a car you drive a scooter.
DDR for your hands.
It wouldn't be Asia without rhythm games.
One of only 2 shooting games available.