John goes to the GAME EXCHANGE of Colorado! Arcade tour of Warehouse & Showroom



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In this video we are going back to Denver, CO USA! Jon Exidy takes me to a pretty cool retailer called “Game Exchange of Colorado”. We get to take a tour of the showroom then get to check out the warehouse space in the back. This place has been in business for a long time and the place is loaded with classic and new arcade games, test equipment and more. We also check out the new Mario Kart DX game which I had me drooling! 🙂

This video is part of my Denver series and is part II.

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Game Time: 120 Seconds
Laps: 4
Practice Difficulty: “C” Rank
Extended Lap Difficulty: “G” Rank (75 – 51 – 57 – 61)

Use the manual to see which dips do what. It is in two sections of the manual:

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44 thoughts on “John goes to the GAME EXCHANGE of Colorado! Arcade tour of Warehouse & Showroom”

  1. I’m glad you don’t live in Denver cus you would lowball that guy every day for your own benefit. Don’t complain about higher prices…

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  2. Wow! Those test rigs are amazing. You could do an entire video on those things by themselves. Thanks for another great video John, good stuff!

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  3. Watching all of these older vids. Special thanks to the Game Exchange for allowing cameras to record there for this video as it's really fun seeing all of these machines and parts. Very cool.

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  4. dont know how I missed this video. I worked for the guys at GEC for a few years. Great place to work and I still do business with them to this day.

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  5. John, just curious… when you visit places like this do you call ahead of time to ask permission to video tape it and post it to your channel?

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  6. if ive never restored a game before whats the best kind of game for me to go for if i want to work on it with basically no knowledge learning as i go

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  7. John, I love your videos.  Can you cut the music when the content of the video begins.  It is hard to hear John Exidy talk with the music playing over him.  Just a thought.

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  8. Your the coolest guy ever. I'd take years off my life to tour arcade warehouses like the ones you do. Sadly not in Canada.

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  9. I love these kinds of vids. I wish you would have moved a little bit slower on the showroom floor just to see the games / cab art. 7 min in you really start zooming by. Awesome tour! Looking at all the monitors im surprised you didn't mention something about your 720 monitor.

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  10. Hey John,
    Love your channel. Love the tips, tricks and general how to's when it comes to fixing up a cabinet. I have been doing MAME for some time now, but have been wanting to do a Dig Dug for a long time. Think I might give it a try.  I live in GA. Very difficult to find a place around here to get cab's. This past weekend I went to PA. On the way I stopped at CoinOp Warehouse  in Hagerstown MD. Ever been there? Lot's of parts and anything and everything coin op. Picked up a 25'in  monitor for $100. This is the ultimate Coin Op  graveyard. You should check it out if you ever get a chance.

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  11. These videos are great.  Better than anything on primetime TV.  So much nostalgia.  I'd love to work (even as a warehouse part runner or dog poop picker-upper) in that game warehouse.

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  12. wow i did not know them microphones were so expensive , great channel john love your vids if i was a rich man i would buy you one , but im not 🙁  keep the vids coming though mate , best channel on retro arcade games on youtube  🙂

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  13. Awesome vid, man i would love to work at that warehouse! enjoyed the viewer mail, i think its an awesome segment that has added to yor workload (getting so many now) but i love the time your taking to cover the mail and answer questions, good job man. oh and i didnt notice your coat rustling  lol.

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  14. Great video, John. Good to see you make it midwest a bit. I wish Game Exchange would take a few minutes worth of care for their pinball machines at the Rocky Mountain Pinball Showdown every year. All of their used games, without question, are never leveled, features or lamps don't work, and the flippers are weak and misaligned. Then they put a price tag on each game with some ridiculous price that implies its all ready to play and been shopped. If you ever get to the Showdown, you'll see what I mean. They've literally brought in games to the showroom floor that won't pop a ball out into the shooter lane for all 3 days because they just can't be bothered to give a shit. Frustrating and poor representation for them and the Showdown.

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  15. John, Point Blank is definitely the gun game to get, and you want it with the original guns. I've worked at Namco Arcades for many years up until they all died out. You can keep going back to Point Blank over any other gun game and the reason is because all of the stages are randomized. Wit memorization in Time Crisis, Area 51, Virtua Cop and of course the FMV shooters, they get boring way too fast.

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  16. That emailer was asking you opinions about games that haven't even been found and may no longer exist, Vertigo, Hovercraft, Scramble, and Battlestar being examples, if you ever DO come upon them for god's sake save the ROMs! lol

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  17. Iabsolutely love how the dog was leading you like a spirit guide through the ancient temple of gaming. amazing place and another amazing video John

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  18. Makes me wonder if they got their Tecmo Bowl locally in Colorado.  I never saw that cabinet anywhere else at all the arcades I went to in colorado except the one at Villa Italia mall, which as been torn down since.  There is something that adds to the appeal knowing it might of been one you played on as a teenager. 

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  19. Great John i can't get enough of this kind of stuff. I love seeing places like this and just love the "on the road" videos. You seem to have the perfect personality for this kind of stuff.

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  20. Hey John! I have a question on here. Since my gmail is having a problem.
    Have you seen The Star wars Battle Pod? Its So Freaking AMAZING! i really think you should see it! 

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  21. What about those Pandora Box 400 in 1 ??  I bought a 60 in 1 which I plan on setting up on a vertical Cab and something else for Horizontal games.  Since space is very limited, I can have at most 2 cabs.

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  22. Hey John:  Coincidentally, Jumpbug is currently the high score competition game for the next 2 weeks over at BYOAC.  If you getting it working in time you can play.  http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,143597.0.html

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  23. I've purchased a number of pins and video game cabs from this place for little home arcade.  Good merchant with good deals and fair treatment.

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  24. gd video john..i just got 3 megatouch machines for £60 planning on making one in to a mame to get my kids in to classic arcade games. keep up the gd work!!

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  25. i live in Colorado and never knew about that place. but thanks to your video ill definately be stopping by the game exchange.  must be a thrill for you to walk by all those cool games, even the old dusty obscure ones. you should get a job at a place like that john. I hope you get out to visit todd tuckey, that's a video id love to see.  later

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  26. Wow..No wonder Colorado Games were able to fix my pinball boards when I had to get them fixed fast!!! I had no idea how big there wherehouse is!!!

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