I’ve been a video game enthusiast for a long time and have been running my own game gallery, The Game Grid, in West Valley City, Utah since 2008. It’s been a long time since we’ve had any news of a local game test, especially one that was featured in Dave & Busters. The test vehicle comes in a different package than the one shown above, something Taito introduced in 2019 to take the game to more locations. While certainly not as action-packed as a typical arcade game, there is still something exciting about this game and, as mentioned, something fun to play. As you can see from the title, this game comes from Taito, and it’s “her” strangely addictive train simulator Densha De Go!!! Taito recently developed a new version, which appeared in the West when Taito brought some games to fill its IAAPA 2019 booth. The news spread on the Dave & Busters Reddit forum, where an English translation and online support from Nesica was also discovered. If you’re not familiar with the series, it’s one of those late 1990s games that mostly stayed in Japan, except for the occasional gray export.