Archive for July 12, 2010

Sega opens a new arcade in Yoyogi, Japan

July 12, 2010

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Sega has another arcade location they are adding to the roster, at least in Japan, with Sega Yoyogi (located in a district called, Yoyogi of course). There are 134 machines occupying 690 square meters of space, including their latest Ringedge titles such as Border Break and Prjoect DIVA Arcade. You’ll even find at least one non-Sega titles there, in one pic shown on Andriasang.com, I noticed a Maximum Tune 3DX+ by Namco. With the location sitting near to the train station, it certainly looks poised to generate good revenue.

[More @ Andriasang.com]

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"The Arcade 80's Trunk" brings some class to your 60-in-1 PCB

July 12, 2010

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Not content with running your 60-in-1 PCB in an old cabinet you picked up off of Craigslist? Then you can shell out the cash for one of these high-quality cabinets by French luxury designers Pinel & Pinel. The 60-in-1 PCBs themselves are increasingly popular as they offer 60 emulated (albeit unlicensed) classic games on a board that goes into any JAMMA cabinet, although screen orientation might need to be adjusted. There are two cabinet versions to pick from, Classic (coming in at 11,500 Euros) and GT (13,500 Euros where you get stripes painted on the cabinet for te extra money). At the very least you get an iPod docking station built into the front of the unit, which is coupled with two 400W speakers and a 1000W subwoofer.

[More pics @ On-Mag.fr]

“The Arcade 80’s Trunk” brings some class to your 60-in-1 PCB

July 12, 2010

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Not content with running your 60-in-1 PCB in an old cabinet you picked up off of Craigslist? Then you can shell out the cash for one of these high-quality cabinets by French luxury designers Pinel & Pinel. The 60-in-1 PCBs themselves are increasingly popular as they offer 60 emulated (albeit unlicensed) classic games on a board that goes into any JAMMA cabinet, although screen orientation might need to be adjusted. There are two cabinet versions to pick from, Classic (coming in at 11,500 Euros) and GT (13,500 Euros where you get stripes painted on the cabinet for te extra money). At the very least you get an iPod docking station built into the front of the unit, which is coupled with two 400W speakers and a 1000W subwoofer.

[More pics @ On-Mag.fr]