well I guess that would be an impressive memory though!
frankly anybody who has an impressive arcade game they can remember is very likely to be old at this point.
Oh, and I mentioned this in a recent insert credit show but didn’t totally get to finish it. when I was in Hyderabad I went to see a bollywood movie with my friend, because I figured I should see one while I was there (it was 3 hours long and not subtitled and only had like 4 songs in it, oops). Anyway while we waited for the movie to start, we went into the arcade - and it was like a decomissioned japanese arcade in there. All the games were Japanese, with Japanese roms and marquees. Like when you go to some arcade that bought whatever they could afford in 1998 from other shops that had closed down, then never updated after that, and just stayed way out in the boonies surviving off a few hundred yen coins per day.
And there were kids in there playing these things, in a language they (presumably) didn’t know, hanging out with Riding Hero and whatever else. I had just come from a game conference out there, and the whole experience really made me want to see what kinds of games those kids are gonna make in 20 years.