Modern-Gamer writes: Back in the mid-90s the arcade scene was one of diversity; and all type of games had their place. From fighting games like the Street Fighter Alpha series to the large start units like Crusin USA. Every game made an impact. One of the biggest games to make its mark on the arcade scene was Virtual On. With dual joysticks and one of the best realizations of mech fighting, Virtual On was a game ahead of its time. Now 13 years after its first release, can Virtual On still hold up to today's gaming standards.