Dominick Ashtear

I was born in 198X. For a young geeky child growing up when and where I did, life was all about video games. We played them everywhere. At home we had consoles, but pizzerias, malls, laundromats, and other hallmarks of American life were equipped with their own machines. Electronic amusement was all around us in those days. And the best places for it were the video arcades. In my neck of the woods, we had Fairyland, but as a teenager, I was a regular at Broadway City (both long since shuttered). Arcades were buildings dedicated to video games featuring the […]

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