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Re: SEGA Racing Games - You Don't Just Play at Steering, You Live It
« Reply #510 on: May 22, 2024, 01:08:35 am »
Sega Amusements International is Coming to IAAPA Expo Asia 2024







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Sega Amusements International, a global leader in arcade amusement products, is excited to announce its participation at booth 1053 at the upcoming IAAPA Expo Asia, which will take place from May 28th to 30th at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok, Thailand.
Martin Riley, International Sales Manager at Sega Amusements, commented, “We are experiencing a robust demand for our products in the Asia and Australasia region. With our extensive experience and expertise in the international amusements industry, we are uniquely positioned to cater to the needs of customers, big and small. Offering not only machine sales, but arcade layout planning, door to door shipping and installation, with first class training and technical support.”
Operators attending IAAPA Expo Asia are encouraged to ...

Article : https://globalamusementsandplay.com/sega-amusements-invites-operators-to-booth-1053-at-iaapa-expo-asia/

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Re: SEGA Racing Games - You Don't Just Play at Steering, You Live It
« Reply #511 on: June 05, 2024, 12:09:39 am »
SEGA leaks reveal revivals for classic IPs like Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio with original staff on Unreal Engine 5.







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Midori also revealed some of the setbacks and release plans that Sega had for these titles, stating that the Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio revivals had previously been delayed twice, which included the original release dates.
She also disclosed that the previous plan was for the Jet Set Radio remake and reboot to be released in 2026, with the Crazy Taxi revival releasing sometime in 2027. Midori also stated that the Golden Axe revival was supposed to be released as an individual title last year, as marketing materials had been made for it, but these plans obviously ...

Article : https://gamerant.com/sega-leaker-updates-retro-games-crazy-taxi-jet-set-radio-golden-axe/

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« Reply #512 on: June 14, 2024, 12:47:32 am »
The Rebellious Crazy Taxi Driver Axel Makes His Way To Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble via SEGA Pass DLC

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Axel will be playable across both Adventure Mode and Battle Mode, with unique stats to help him on the courses.
Plus, for Axel only, all in-game bananas will switch to coins in homage to the franchise so you can rack up some insane money.
The SEGA Pass is included with the Digital Deluxe Edition of Banana Rumble and will also be available as a ...

Article : https://segabits.com/blog/2024/06/13/the-rebellious-crazy-taxi-driver-axel-makes-his-way-to-super-monkey-ball-banana-rumble-via-sega-pass-dlc/

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« Reply #513 on: June 19, 2024, 12:38:13 am »
SEGA Talk #142: Ten Electro-Mechnical Arcade Machines (1956-1985)







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On this SEGA Talk, we jump way back to SEGA’s early years as an Electro-Mechanical Arcade Machine manufacturer!
So plug in and take a break from screens as we take a look at ten Electro-Mechanical SEGA Arcade Machines!

Article : https://segabits.com/blog/2024/06/18/sega-talk-142-ten-electro-mechnical-arcade-machines-1956-1985/

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« Reply #514 on: June 20, 2024, 01:36:41 am »
Japan's biggest ARCADE PARADISE! │ TAITO STATION 2024 (Full Tour!) │ Nagoya, Japan

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Back in Nagoya visiting the biggest arcade chain in Japan called Taito Station.
These arcade centers usually have at least 4 floors filled with arcade machines.
In this video, I'm taking all of you with me for a full POV tour of what this place looks like and how it can survive after so many years. Enjoy!

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