It was all fun and games at the new Sega Center in Fashion Valley in 1977. State of the art computerized video games were all the rage. A spokesman told CBS 8’s Jonathan Dunn-Rankin that “the play is much more challenging than it used to be…there’s just so much more that they can do with the programming of these video games.” It cost $1 to get $1.25 worth of tokens. One gamer said he’s having fun and that’s what money is for. Games in our video include Heavyweight Champ, Fonz, Plinker’s Canyon, and Road Race.
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