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baleen - 2014-11-19

I tried to figure out if the tokens were worth real money, like Vegas casino chips. They were just tokens, I think, but it didn't stop worldstarhiphop from reporting that they won ",000."

Crab Mentality - 2014-11-19

From the video page:

5000 ARCADE TOKENS, NOT 5000 YEN. 5000 Yen would be a silly minimal Jackpot, why would a machine pay you out in 1 yen coins which = 0.0098 Australian Dollar.
For anyone thinking this is = to 5000, you're mistaken and stupid to think a machine would consider that a jackpot.

infinite zest - 2014-11-19

I live by a nickel arcade that has the same machine, although it's ghetto as fuck. There, you can play for nickels and potentially win.. I don't know, how much does a standard arcade machine hold in nickels?

Jet Bin Fever - 2014-11-22

Most arcades in Japan use 100yen coins, I'm not sure how much these are worth of course. But, if that was the case, it would be about 00 US. I haven't checked the exchange in a while though.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-11-19

The people they hire to service these things must be overly caffeinated mad scientists.

blue vein steel - 2014-11-19

Expecting ARCHIELUXURY to stroll by with a prostitute on his arm

Gmork - 2014-11-19

Well, that was an experience.

badideasinaction - 2014-11-19

Numberwang, the arcade version.

Old_Zircon - 2014-11-19

"This is like having a second child!"

Nominal - 2014-11-19

The Happening 2: Something

oddeye - 2014-11-19

Fucking hell, that's an elaborate coin dropping machine thing.

Cube - 2014-11-19

What's kinda funny is that many elements are almost identical to a MAME pachinko game, where you also ALMOST win all the time and even if you do win, a million things have to happen in just the right way before that.

It's sort of entertaining, especially when I'm coming from a country that has slot- and video poker machines (these days mostly combined to single, multi-game machines that have about 10 different games for people to lose their money on) in every single grocery store and gas station. And many more places.

Simillion - 2014-11-20

are you in oregon? (john olivers recent expose on state funded gambling educated me)

Cube - 2014-11-22

No, I'm not from the Oregon country.

chumbucket - 2014-11-24

Did it just dump every token ever put into the machine?

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