If you want some trigger time on wedge heads, 80's LED games, 90's DMDs, new games and some gimmicks, the Las Vegas Pinball Hall of Fame is a great stop.
While there, I met Beth, who takes care of the games. She does an amazing job keeping things running well. With such a large collection, some of the games have some cosmetic issues (most notably the No Fear that looks like One-Eyed Willy from Goonies.
This is a free to enter arcade, where the machines are set to take quarters. Some games are one quarter, and modern games are a dollar.
So, those are some of the machines I played. In total, I played over 25 machines between two sessions there. It cured me of some games that I thought I would like more. While fun to play, I lost my excitement for Cirqus Voltaire, Black Hole, X-Files, Waterworld and a few others.