Cathode Glow

This establishment is filled with pre-matrix computers and electronics, particularly out of the 1990’s and early 2000’s. It’s a warehouse-like interior, about 10,000 square feet or so. Most of it is only one-floor, with a tall 30-foot ceiling. The back has a second floor, open along the side with a staircase leading up to the second floor and a railing along the edge of the upper floor. The majority of the sprawling ground level of the shop is made up of table-desks with small uncomfortable-looking chairs facing computer terminals. Most of the computers are PCs or Apples, though some consoles—XBoxes, Playstations, Nintendos, even a few Segas—are present. A small area even has Commodore machines. The back portion of the building where it has two floors are made up of arcade machines, mostly popular games throughout the 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s.

Entry into the club costs 20 nuyen, or an annual membership can be purchased for 80 nuyen. Along with the annual membership is a complimentary EarthLink account and World of Warcraft character.

Apart from socializing and partaking in 20th century computing entertainment, purchases can be made both of vintage and contemporary technology. The people who frequent the club are also generally knowledgeable about computers, electronics, and hacking.

Cathode Glow

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