SEGA stopping Border Break arcade support a decade after launch

SEGA has just announced that they will officially close support for Border Break in arcades, the SEGA-AM2 game launched way back on September 9, 2009 on the RingEdge arcade board.

According to SEGA’s financial reports on the game, as of March 2012 it has grossed over $100 million dollars for SEGA, so its no surprised that it was still being updated till this day. The last ‘rename’ update the game got was Border Break X Zero back in 2017. Border Break will still live on considering that a PlayStation 4 free-to-play version of the game launched in Japan last year. What about us here in the West?


2 responses to “SEGA stopping Border Break arcade support a decade after launch

  1. Deefy says:

    Border Break and Soul Reverse are my bigger regrets of the last years.
    I would have liked to enjoy them in my home, sadly I don’t even never taste this two games, for now.

  2. Adam says:

    I saw this and thought it looked better than that stupid virtua on/certain magical index crossover, I hyped it up and couldn’t wait to play it over here….. Why can’t sega see the appeal in releasing cool games like this in the west? Especially online ones? I mean yeah it’s been out a while, maybe a sequel?

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