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New arcade pops up in San Francisco


4:00 PM on 05.01.2011
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo



Attention San Francisco folks! There's a new arcade in town and it's the last refuge for you fighting fans within the city. Southtown Arcade just opened up shop and is a simple little spot with just over a dozen arcade cabinets. All the cabinets are of the Japanese-style sit down variety and each cost just twenty-five cents to operate.

The newest cabinet the shop currently has is The King of Fighters XIII while the rest are made up of something every fighter will enjoy. BlazBlue: Continuum Shift, Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike, Vampire Savoir, SNK vs Capcom SVC Chaos, The King of Fighters '98, Guilty Gear XX: Accent Core and of course, Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting are part of the current lineup. There's also some Magical Drop 3, Windjammers and Metal Slug if you're looking for a little variety.

Southtown Arcade is looking to bring in more arcade units and they may look into more non-fighting units. It's just dependent on what you the local fans want to see. The business is very small and does need your support so hop in a play a few matches. 

Southtown Arcade is located at 447 Stockton Street (right by the tunnel entrance) and are open Monday, Thursday, Friday from 3PM-9PM, Saturday from 12PM-9PM and Sundays from 12PM-7PM. Follow them on Twitter for new announcements. 

New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo
New arcade pops up in San Francisco photo





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