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Super Mario Odyssey, out on Friday for Nintendo’s hot-selling Switch console, can’t hope to achieve what Mario’s debut in Donkey Kong did in 1981, introducing the rudiments of character and story to carnivalesque arcades.
The attraction -- which includes three go-kart tracks, two-level laser tag, racing simulators, bowling lanes, an arcade, bars and a restaurant – overlooks the east side of the Orange County Convention Center.
Others have built-in aquariums, wax museums, video arcades, or ice skating rinks.
Some hope the old forecourt, surrounded by arcades, could be recreated.
His lifetime earnings, though, are impossible to definitively calculate, given widespread corruption in the arcade business during the 80s.
Work began in August to convert most of the arcade's second floor to apartments.
Populuxe is also expanding in mid-September with a pinball-arcade room and a bigger bar with root beer on tap for children.
The Breakers, 1 S. County Rd., 655-6611; thebreakers.com: The island's grande dame oceanfront resort, located on 140 acres in the center of town, with golf, tennis, beach club, shopping arcade, and full-service spa.
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