I am a huge pinball fan, but sadly there are few places to actually play pinball machines anymore. There are a few arcades and events throughout the United States but the days of being able to play pinball nearly everywhere sadly does not exist any longer.
The first SoCal Retro Gaming Expo was held at the Frank and Sons Collectible show in the City of Industry over the weekend and it seemed to be quite the hit for its first outing.
Over the weekend the Pop Culture Maven crew set out to Banning California for the second annual Arcade Expo. The good news is that a number of the problems from the first show had been addressed and while there are still a few bumps in the road.
When I was at the Twin Galaxies/Arcade Expo facility In Banning California a few weeks back I was taking pictures with my Nikon D3300 and was playing around with the 50mm f/1.8g and started to take pictures of some of the pinball back glass and thought it would be neat to just take a picture of part of the artwork.
Last Sunday I attended the press launch party for the relaunching of Twin Galaxies that will be a part of the Pinball Museum in Banning California that is also the home of the Arcade Expo.
Sunday May 31st was the official announcement of the relaunching of Twin Galaxies Arcade as a part of the Arcade Expo and the Museum of Pinball in Banning California.