For me, quarters was only a mediocre experience. I did not have many intense feelings of nostalgia nor did I find my interactions with the arcade environment were very interesting, I enjoyed some of the games I played and not others. One of the moments that did stick out to me was playing Galaga. I loved this game as a child and so I had hoped to have a good time revisiting it but I was a little disappointing. Really what was annoying to me was the clunky controls, questionable design choices, and intense difficulty simply due to technical limitations. I still enjoyed it and recognized that it was simply an aged game, but I thought I would have more fun with it. I’ve had a similar (but different) experience before when after playing Ocarina of Time 3D I had a lot of trouble playing the original N64 version. I’ve also tried to go back and play some of the games I missed because they were before my time or just escaped my notice as a young child and had trouble getting into them because of dated graphics, controls, and design choices that were made with significant technical restrictions. I considered and realized that with better game quality, my expectations have risen and I have I have trouble giving games that were once highly praised as much attention as more recent games of lower quality for their era.