As it is getting more and more complicated to empty credit for player credit in the hour of free-to-play and other full-fledged subscription packages, the good old gambling halls of the last century are taking a hit. And if even the Japanese are concerned, you can imagine how complicated the situation can be on the old continent.
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Only one month left to close the escalators of the famous SEGA Ikebukuro hall our neighbors on the other side of the English Channel have been mourning the closure of Namco Funscape, an arcade and entertainment room on the banks of the Thames that has been installed for a quarter of a century since last night.
thank you for the game
Located across from the Palace of Westminster and the equally famous London Eye, Namco Funscape will therefore be on Friday, December 12th. Arcade heroes. The managers of the place have obviously split up Farewell message
After 25 years, London’s premier venue has closed in the iconic County Hall building.
We are devastated for this historic site that has entertained families, friends, and businesses around the world for 25 years 😥
We look forward to seeing you again soon at another NAMCO location and thank you for these great memories!
But with 12 bowling lanes and a zone devoted to virtual reality (especially with the famous Mario Kart VR that you really want to try), the hall isn’t the long list of victims of any particular crowned virus. No, if Namco Funscape goes out of business it will be because the London County Hall next door needs space to expand its own entertainment activities.
That gives us a glimmer of hope for the future of this ideally located venue and of course makes us very interested in setting foot in the London capital. Not you ?