During the 1980s and 1990s if you wanted to try a new console video game, you had to either purchase it, wait for a friend to get it or stand in line to try it out at a video game kiosk. While these kiosks still exist in gaming stores, you have nowhere near the selection and with broadband it is often much more convenient to just download a demo from your console manufacturer. It is a shame, because as you will see in this article from Lucas DeWoody at Kombo, the kiosks were not only fun to use, but were also were pretty wonderful to behold.
Classic Video Game Store Displays [@] Kombo
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