Huge video arcades can create sensory overload that can leave a person rocking in the corner. Anyone who has had to drag an overstimulated, kicking and screaming kid out of Chuck E. Cheese's can relate. Sometimes smaller is better. Case in point: Northwest Plaza's Tilt, which has just about anything an avid arcade junkie needs to have a good time while still managing not to go overboard. There's air hockey, basketball, great video games and, of course, Skee-Ball. It also has something other video arcades don't: an indoor miniature-golf course and a perfect segué into a peaceful ride home.