If the future arcades could provide for a quick exciting and replayable experience that's not available at home then yes.
I'm thinking holographic technology could help in that way. Like a Holodeck(?) in Star Trek or that cool chess game Obi wan plays in Star Wars.
Computers in the 80's were novelties and downright scary for some folks. Now everybody walks around with more processing power in their pocket than an entire early 80's arcade.
In order to get the quarters of todays crowd, you would have to come up with something just as new and groundbreaking as computers were in the eighties.