Video game-inspired restaurant lets you eat brains and drink vaccines

Video game-inspired restaurant lets you eat brains and drink vaccines

Continuing the gamer geek theme from my post about the Nintendo belt buckle, it seems that Capcom has raised the bar. The Japanese video game company has launched the Capcom Bar in Tokyo, including gaming-inspired food and gaming kiosks
in case you have a few minutes to spare between courses.

On the menu, according to Springwise, you’ll find offerings with nods to Monster Hunter, Resident Evil and even Sengoku Basara. But the fun doesn’t stop at food. You’ll also get drinks dressed up like vaccines in a syringe. The average meal cost? About $8.

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