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The player can purchase any one of six locations from Maze Bank Foreclosures.
Upon purchase, the player will receive a free T-shirt with the logo of whatever arcade was bought.
|Location||Image||In-game description||Base Price|
|Warehouse - Davis|
Formerly: Auto Fix Factory
|Don't let the economic turmoil of Davis put you off this one-of-a-kind property. The Auto Fix Factory once made great business here, before going under. And Warehouse lasted at least a week before it went bust. But you know what they say. It's not the business. It's the owner. And, after this one, you won't be making the same mistakes.||$2,135,000|
|Videogeddon - La Mesa|
Formerly: Unnamed warehouse at 744 Popular Street
|In the charming industrial district of La Mesa, where dreams of gentrification are few and far between, we present this bargain property. Before closing down, Videogeddon was a hive of heavy metal gamers who played for days at a time, only breaking to do another line. New carpets are recommended.||$1,875,000|
|Eight-Bit - Vinewood|
Formerly: Vinewood Records
|As far as renovations go, the Eight-Bit has all the grit and grime needed to be the perfect hangout. This one-time record shop and three-time drug front couldn't feel trendier, Plus, the West Vinewood location guarantees a herd of cold brew drinking hipsters will swarm for retro gratification.||$2,530,000|
|Insert Coin - Rockford Hills|
Formerly: Fruit of the Vine
|We don't need to convince you of the charms of Rockford Hills, but the residents may need convinced by an arcade's charms. Luckily for you, the musty smell of the wine shop previously on this site adds a touch of class to the ambience.||$2,345,000|
|Wonderama - Grapeseed|
Formerly: Grapeseed Supermarket
|Back in the 80s, Wonderama was the greatest night out in Grapeseed. Ten-pin bowling, soft play, kids' parties and parties of kids running feral for days. You name it, they had it. But it just takes one health inspector and an infested ball pit and suddenly you're out of business. Bad luck for them. Good luck for you.||$1,565,000|
|Pixel Pete's - Paleto Bay|
Formerly: Helmut's European Autos
|Pixel Pete's Fun Time Arcade was a legendary dive, run by a hero who loved games so much three heart attacks couldn't convince him to take more breaks. Features hand painted details by Pete's own nephew. It's remarkable that we do not charge extra for this characterful addition. Buy now before we change our mind.||$1,235,000*|
- Property is free for players who linked their Social Club account to their Twitch Prime account.
|Take a Shine||$290,000|
|Mural||9 schemes||$0 - $107,500|
|All The Colors||$96,000|
|Floor||9 patterns||$0 - $165,000|
|Super Fun Playthings||$148,000|
|Prim and Proper||$165,000|
|Neon Art||9 styles||$0 - $320,000|
|Personal Quarters||Can't stop gaming? Then make yourself at home with a bed, gun locker and wardrobe in your own personal quarters.||$150,000|
|High Score Screens||High Score Screens encourage two things: rage quits and addiction. Add them to your arcade to track the top players and enjoy watching them lose their minds.|
Please note: Arcade cabinets and games can be purchased using the laptop inside your property.
|Garage||You can game for days in confidence knowing up to 10 vehicles are securely stored in this garage.||$215,000|
|Some of your chosen options will appear when the Arcade has been fully set up.|
As with other businesses, the player must first conduct Setup work to start up this business. Setups contribute to the advancement of the business, as the site was largely abandoned and, therefore, not ready to operate at full capacity.
The player needs to collect equipment to be used at the Arcade. Initially, the player is tasked with going to a semi-random location, such as the GoPostal Building, Post OP Depository or The Secure Unit. Once they arrive, it turns out the personnel have been killed, with no sight of the required equipment. Eventually, Lester starts locating the equipment and once he finds it, the player has to collect it by finding a Flatbed, killing the driver and driving the truck back to the business. Enemies will start to appear, attempting to take the player out, so one has to be careful.
After collecting the equipment, players are able to access the Arcade, but it is not completely ready, so they need to complete a casino setup mission. With said mission done, the Arcade becomes fully operational. If the player decides to switch arcades at any time afterwards, any purchased arcade cabinets and chosen layouts will still carry over to the new location, this also includes any optional heist tools and storage. (Only the personal living quarters will have to be repurchased.)
The entrance is a large room where all the arcade machines are located. On the left side of the entrance, there is a large TV screen displaying the name of the Arcade on it when not used. On the right side, there is a bar where players can drink, and a jukebox to play music. Next to the bar, there is the manager's office; this is where the owner manages the business. A Pixel Emporium laptop is provided to purchase arcade machines. There is also a safe in the office that stores the player's daily Arcade income, which is dependent on the number of arcade games has inside the arcade. Maximum income is $5000 per in-game day, and the maximum capacity of the safe is $50.000 before it has to be emptied in order for it to accumulate more.
The basement is where the rest of the features are located. It is accessed through the manager's office and serves as the starting point of the business before it is set up.
There is also a Pixel Emporium laptop provided for the initial purchases of the arcade machines, the Master Control Terminal, and the Drone Station. It is located at the center of the basement.
The Master Control Terminal is located on the left side from the entrance, used for management of all other businesses (Special Cargo, Vehicle Cargo, Motorcycle Club businesses, Supplies, Air Freight Cargo, and Nightclub businesses). Players can check the supplies' level for all applicable fronts, plus popularity for the nightclub.
The Drone Station is available right behind the desktop with the aforementioned laptop, where players can make use of drones intended for observation of the building. They work in the same manner as those from the Terrorbyte, but they have a seemingly infinite range.
The player can purchase certain extras to help prepare for The Diamond Casino Heist, as follows:
|Door Security||A replica secure keypad to practice getting through locked doors inside the Casino.||$425,000|
|Vault Door||A replica vault door to practice getting into the vault with the drill or laser.||$900,000|
|Casino Model||A model of the Casino exterior that highlights potential access points.||$130,000|
The Vault Door can be made available to purchase if the player takes an image of the Vault blueprints in Agatha Baker's Office.
A heist planning section is located in front of the desktop, which is where all The Diamond Casino Heist missions take place. Players may trigger the setups as freemode challenges, similar to resupply missions or Preparations.
On the right side, there are four slots for the getaway vehicles, which the arcade owner can retrieve in the preparations, and can be further upgraded with the following:
- Vehicles have a respray option, which only allows the removal of liveries and the change of the main color, with a small range of 25 colors, for $100.
A garage is located on the left side of the main room, where all personal vehicles are stored. A control panel with the blue corona can be seen in the middle, where the position of each vehicle can be managed, in a similar way to other garages. If not purchased, however, brick walls block the access points of the same.
- Neon Arts
- The girl featured in the mural art of O Edgy and Adult Content is derived from Let's Subvert It (pictured), an artwork by Antonio Cantú at The Diamond Casino & Resort.
- The Japanese katakana in the LS Nights neon art (スタート/sutāto) literally translates to "Start".
- The Japanese in the Wireframed murals translate as follows:
- レベルUP (reberu appu) = Level Up
- ポテト (poteto) = Potato
- ゲームオーバー (gēmu ōbā) = Game Over
- ボーナスステージ (bōnasusutēji) = Bonus Stage
- 準備完了? (junbi kanryō?) = Ready? (lit. Preparations complete?)