|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."
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.
Jet Bin Fever
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.
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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