Next SC3 Meeting: To Be Announced

Tentatively-scheduled Attractions:

  • MANY Coin-ops on free play
  • Multiple home consoles, games, and oddities
  • SC3-TV and other classic gaming
    video clips
  • Game trading! BRING YOUR TRADEBAIT!

May 9, 2015 marked the first, but not the last, SC3 event held at 2084 Arcade in Anaheim. 2084 hosts smaller gatherings on a regular basis, but May 9 was the first time SC3 showed up with our bevy of home console games and videogame trade tables. The result was the largest and most attended 2084 gathering yet! About 200 gamers made the trek to Anaheim to partake of 2084's nearly 100 classic coin-ops (and three pinball tables), videogame trading, multicart-fueled home console gaming, and the ever-popular GameGavel raffle. We even had a fireworks show... well, sort of. This was a great, low-stress event where we got to welcome a lot of new faces, most of whom seemed genuinely excited and thankful that there's a group still keeping the '80s gaming vibe alive. It reminds us why we keep doing this. Read all about it in our May 9, 2015 Event Recap.

The next SC3 event has yet to be announced, but if things go according to our usual schedule, we'll expect something in the October/November time frame. A smaller summer event is not out of the question either, but we need to see what shakes out first. In the meantime, keep an eye on this site and SC3's Facebook page for updates.

As always, thanks for your support!

– The SC3 Team



Who Is SC3, Exactly?

If you aren't familiar with SC3, we're just a friendly group of videogame enthusiasts who like nothing better than to get together to talk, trade, and play games. We've got a soft spot for games from the "classic" days of the early 1980s, but we love games of all eras, from Pong to PlayStation 4. If you love videogames, you're welcome to attend!

SC3 has made a point of keeping our meetings relaxed and informal, but the atmosphere will include some beer drinking and there may be some R-rated game content. This is an adult get-together where supervised minors will be accepted. Parents should take this into account and please let us know if you have questions.