The idea is this, I read this in an article somewhere, canât remember where, and I tried it in 99-00 school year. This couple in Texas had set up this console arcade store where they would charge kids for playing on their systems and made it a business. My sister works for the school system here and they offer me to have a display for a middle school party, so I did because the local rental stores complained about games stolen, damaged or systems broken. Back then I only had a Saturn, Playstation, N64, SNES, Genesis, etcâ¦ Anyway the kids played games because they didnât have what I had, and they could play with their friends and show off too. It was cool, and I was able to supervise my stuff. I talked to my wife, and she thinks it might be a good side business. Setup 10-15 different televisions all running several Nintendos Genesis, Super NES, Saturns, Playstations, N64, and Dreamcast. (Thatâs what I have, besides my Gamecube) Charge by the half hour to an hour. Have people play games they grew up playing or check out some games they never even heard of. (Our local arcade is below average) If business picks up, add a Gamecube, Playstation 2, and XBOX. I would have it in our local mall, for safety reasons, and its probably cheaper than renting a different place. Iâm thinking of putting everything behind walls besides the controllers and have a different games playing at different times. Walmart has a couple of displays, but the controllers are broke and kids are always there playing for like hours when it is up and running. I just want the opinion of people and see if would work, and get some ideas as well. Thanks.