Weekend Adventures at Round One Arcade


Round One is an arcade located at Four Season Mall in Greensboro, NC. PN Photo/ Anayah Peterson

By: Anayah Peterson, Managing Editor

The Round 1 Arcade features activities such as bowling, karaoke, arcade games, billiards, ping pong and darts. Families and friends can come out here for fun.

Depending on the day of the week, prices allow someone to do more with their money especially if they are on a budget.

Round 1 is similar to arcades like Dave and Buster’s and Frankie’s. Tickets are stored on a card that can be purchased at the desk or through a machine and can be kept for future visits. When downloading the app, patrons can sign up for a digital membership. It gives different rewards based on how many times that person has visited.

One of the games that the arcade has is “Halo: Fireteam Raven.” The length of the game is about 45 minutes and can be completed if the players work well together. Four players can play on it at the same time with the objective to take out enemies through six different missions.

The original location in Tokyo is open 24 hours on the weekend. The claw machine at Arcade One is different from American claw machines because you can flip a dice within the machine to win prizes from it.

Round One has different prices depending on the location. At Greensboro, to play for one hour with unlimited games it is $8. Not all games are offered during unlimited play because the ones that are available are lit in green.

“Halo: Fireteam Raven” and “Minecraft Dungeons Arcade” are a part of the unlimited play for one hour at the Greensboro location. Both games allow up to four people to play at once.

Round One can be a place that students go to during the weekend or after classes when trying to find something fun to do during their free time. With its low prices, students can get more from their dollar. Below is the address.

Address and Contact Information

Round 1 Bowling & Amusement at 410 4 Seasons Town Center Ent, Greensboro, NC 27407

(366) 645-5887

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