Video game center
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A video game center, often known as an Internet café or Cybercafé is a place that charges for the use of computers, or video game consoles either by the hour, or with an admission charge. This is similar to the LAN gaming center, although a video game center often include much more than computers, such as TVs, console games, wifi access, dance dance revolution, and arcade games. Most video game centers charge by the hour, or minute, although some charge for day-passes, or month-passes, or simply charge an entrance fee. Typically these businesses serve as a regular café as well, providing food and drinks. One strategy is to include these businesses with computer repair services, computer sellers, web-design services, programming classes, and many other technology related services.
Typical Video Game Center Components
Most video game centers include a wide variety of attractions for their customers. These include:
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Food and drinks
- Xbox 360/Xbox
- Playstation ps2/ps3
- Instant messenging
- Dance Dance Revolution
- LAN gaming center for information about LAN centers.
- Internet cafe