Marble Madness 2, a prototype sequel scrapped by Atari in the 1990s, has long been considered a holy grail among MAME emulator aficionados. Outside of a handful of collectors that have been able to come by increasingly rare cabinets, the game simply wasn’t something the public could play. Now, anyone can play it.
While it might seem that some of Japan’s best arcades are already like museums, here is an officially branded one. Called The Game Centre Museum, it opened this month in Nagoya.