Well do you? With technology of home gaming consoles and hand devices advancing so quickly, are people not bothered to go to the arcade to play a couple of rounds of Time Crises or Daytona anymore? Not to mention you have to pay a hefty amount just for one round. Maybe going to an arcade offers a different experience such as the atmosphere, the type of games offered and the prizes that you can win, but I don't really see the arcades existing in the future, or there would be a lot less.
I think the choice of whether go to the arcade or going over to their friends place to play PS3, most would say going to their friends place. But it's kind of sad though that this trend is happening, when you go to an arcade lit with lights and sounds but soulless. All the classic games in its primal inventions no longer exist. I may be too young to ever appreciate when the arcade was popular, but I imagine a time when it was a cool place to go and you see crowds of people challenging to beat the high score of a game. The times of Billy Mitchell and Steve Weibe is diminishing (even in the documentary there weren't that many people in the arcade).