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Closed through April 30th – COVID-19 and the NC stay-at-home order

Due to North Carolina's stay-at-home order in response to COVID-19, all non-essential businesses must close. As such, our physical storefront is temporarily closed. For now the order is in effect through April 30th. We will reopen as soon as we are able and look forward to serving you again at that time. Follow us on

New Year – New Games!

Happy New Year! Be sure to check out our latest additions to the arcade: Mai Mai: Milk Plus Project Diva Arcade: Future Tone House of the Dead EX

Halloween is Coming!

  Stay tuned to our social media for Halloween treats, coming soon! In the meantime, take a peek at this spooky video for clues!

Initial D is HERE!

After much waiting and anticipation we are happy to announce that we have a pair of Initial D cabinets for your to enjoy in our arcade. These are running version Stage 8 Infinity and we have licenses for sale! The newest Initial D available in the U.S. is now here! Time to hit the street!


It is with great pleasure that we share our newest shirts with you! These images are inspired by a trio of iconic NES/Famicom box art and designed by local artist Kat Lamp(!). They also feature our furry mascot, Mao, stealing the spotlight. Do you recognize these games? Shirts are on sale now and are $12

SPCA donation drive ongoing

When Lost Ark opened in 2011, one of the first photos posted to Facebook was of a fluffy tortoise-shell cat sitting in a box of Famicom games. The cat in the photo is Mao, an abandoned stray adopted from an SPCA sponsored adoption center. When I met her, she was 4 years old with health


Our most recently shipment of Gundam Model kits have arrived! Pardon our mess; we just have Gundam galore!

Food Drive benefits those in need around the Triad

We recently wrapped up our holiday food drive to benefit local Triad non-profit Food Assistance Inc. Thanks everyone for all of your donations to Food Assistance Inc. over the last month. We dropped everything off at their warehouse it will go to families and seniors in need throughout Guilford County. We really appreciate it.