The World Of The Game Center Everyday Gyoda Shop, TokyoCurrently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 644-1 Shimooshi, Gyōda-shi, Saitama-ken 361-0037, Japan, Tokyo
- Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
About The World Of The Game Center Everyday Gyoda Shop, Tokyo
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0.11% of people who visit Tokyo include The World Of The Game Center Everyday Gyoda Shop in their plan
78.79% of people plan their visit to The World Of The Game Center Everyday Gyoda Shop around 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see The World Of The Game Center Everyday Gyoda Shop
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The World Of The Game Center Everyday Gyoda Shop, Tokyo Reviews
I felt a little bit of dissapointed for going far away from Tokyo city as seen it was very excited in website and review vdo. In my opinion, comparing to Round1 , Namco and TAITO in downtown is much more fun and lots of people. This place is a bit old fashion and UFO decoration is not that cool but spooky. By the way, all staffs are working well and active eventhough not much of customers. Transportation: Hardly to get there, as you need to get a taxi after you arrived closest train station which cost you around 2,200yen for round trip taxi (start from around 730yen at night time). However, Free parking car space in front of building available. Suitable for those travellers who want to stop by and play for experience. One time is enough, not everydayyyyy
Might be good for a japanese family to get small stuff, though if you really want to play UFO catcher, go Akiba or somewhere in Tokyo. Don't pay attention to the video about this UFO on Youtube saying it's easy or anything, it's just a trap and I bet it was just free advertissment for this UFO. I got trap and won't come back anymore. If you are foreigner or Japanese, run away ! :)
It's easy to get small prizes such as small toy plushes on the 2nd floor. But don't play figure prizes on the 1st floor. It's not the place to get figures, it's not allowed to give assists for clerks so they just give you some advices but those are not really helpful. But we met few really nice clerks and thanks to them we got a Hatsune Miku figure which you can get on amazon with 2000yen. Well, we spent 7000yen. But thank you.
YouTube vid. advertising this place is so misleading it's not even a joke. Place definitrly caters to local children. Young joint with generic prizes with rubbish settings. If you're looking for the good stuff go to Akihabara, Ikebukuro etc. Tonnes better. However, jf you want to hear Disney Eurobeat then this is the right place. If you do choose to go, keep in mind that the buses are confusing and taxis expensive. We walked there and back which was a fun journey in itself... but it's an afternoon we would like to get back.
This is advertised as a Guinness record holder for the most UFO games. Maybe it is. But I feel that their claims to having cheap games is an exaggeration, and most of the prizes weren't worth playing for. Don't waste your time and energy getting here - stay in Tokyo and play at the nearest Sega, Taito, or Namco. And if you do, be sure to bring cash, as they don't have an ATM and the nearest combini is a 15 minute walk.