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10 Lesser Known Classic Arcade Fighting Games!
For every arcade fighting game series that found long term commercial success, many more failed to take off and gain and real traction in the arcades or with the wider public as a result. Its a shame too, as many of the most overlooked of classic arcade fighting titles are often as good, if not better than the more successful franchises.

Here we take you on a journey through 10 compelling arcade fighting gems that honestly deserve a lot more credit than they received. Games like these often failed to gain traction for various reasons, including the fact in some cases many just weren't promoted by their developers or publishers, and in other cases some were never actually published and were cancelled during production. Check out the article for more!

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😮 Are you struggling to keep up with all the changes to social media lately?

🤔 Does it seem like there aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done?

Today I want to share with you a new option, a different view, of marketing, that I think will help you tremendously. 🌞

https://www.thesocialmediahat.com/blog/how-gain-marketing-team-without-hiring-marketing-team
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Tis the season of ghosts & goblins. All this month, An Old Gamers Plays NEXT will be featuring scary and creepy games. Today, we are exploring a simple arena survival FPS from the indie development team Sorath. You are a wizard with a limitless dagger spell fighting an endless horde of demonic creatures. Survive for as long as you can against these foes and your power will increase, or you will die. Join me as we take a look at Devil Daggers.

Devil Daggers on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/422970/Devil_Daggers/

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The New Gamers Bay Brand Page, check it out...
https://mewe.com/profile/5bbe746d4809905cc26f31bd

Visit the Gamers Bay community's new home on MeWe, a social media platform that takes your Privacy seriously and listens to its users. Come and join us today...
https://mewe.com/group/5bbe77d84809905cc2dbda3a

Support Gamers Bay on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gamersbay
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Gamers Bay is Moving!
In light of the news surrounding the coming end of Google+ (by August of next year), we've decided to move our operations elsewhere, and are now in the process of transitioning to our soon to be new official home on MeWe!

New Group for Gamers Bay Members: mewe.com/join/gamers_bay
Gamers Bay New Brand Page: https://mewe.com/i/gamers.bay

We've set up a new brand page and group there, and encourage our followers/community members here to join over there. We wont be shutting down on Google+ for at least several more months, and will continue to keep our community here open during the transition.
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Looks like we're moving :) As saddened as I am about Google+, I think its time for a fresh start. While Google may be willing to throw in the towel, I'm definitely not willing to give up on what I spent years building. No doubt, Google is the world's biggest failure, and tech blunder, but I'd rather not let it destroy the hard work of myself and so many others.

Either way, I will never trust Google again, not after the way they burned us all so badly.
Our Legacy Will Live On!
Given the dire news that Google+ will be shutting down by August of next year, we've decided to move our operations to another platform, which will be announced soon. We will keep you updated as our transition progresses. Its been a wonderful 6 years on Google+, and we hope to stay connected with all of you for the foreseeable future, even without Google Plus.
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Here we go, the first of the lawsuits to take place over the demise of Google+, and I'm pretty sure it wont be the last. They very well could be facing class-action lawsuits from their users. simply over the fact Google made publicly stated promises they are no longer willing to keep; such as the guarantee to keep communities on the web regardless of this platform's existence.

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I wish some wealthy investor would come along and save this platform. Google makes it very clear they don't care about it all, something the majority of us have known for quite some time.
Sadly, this Community and all of Google+ will be going away within the next 10 months. What will you do next?

https://www.thesocialmediahat.com/news/google-officially-done-10082018
Google+ Is Officially Done
Google+ Is Officially Done
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Please consider signing the petition to save Google+
As many of you are already aware, Google is now planning to shut down this platform for good. I'd really hate to see this platform go, it was the only social network I ever really liked next to Twitter. And here, it was just a year ago that Google developers were ranting and raving about all the wonder things they promised us they were going to do with this platform. Google's Leo Deegan and other developers told us there were no plans to shut down this platform, and look what's happening now.

Vic Gundotra also made promises back in 2013 that if the platform would ever close, that our communities would be preserved. Guess that was all a lie too.

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I created an collection with more than 186.000 very active followers and still growing fast. It's the main connection and transfer to a blog and YouTube channel. All that hard work is gonna be gone. Thanks +Google+ Thanks for treating your users as just data that can be deleted. I'm very disappointed in +Google In the end it's all about the money, their money.
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Video games date back long before the days of the arcades, to the 1950s when scientists were developing sports simulators on oscilloscopes. But there’s no need to go back that far—there have been plenty of moments in recent history that have shaped the way the last few generations have enjoyed their digital entertainment. Here are just a few of these watershed moments.
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