SEGA launches ‘SEGA Arcade Game History’ interactive site

SEGA has launched an interactive site called ‘SEGA Arcade Game Historydetailing most of their published arcade machines, to celebrate the history of their long running arcade brands. The timeline starts with the release of 1973’s Pong-Tron and ends with the 2012 release of maimai. Obviously the site isn’t complete since SEGA has released more arcade games, their latest big one being SEGA-AM2’s KanColle that came out this year.

Going to be honest, I love when SEGA puts up sites like this celebrating their glorious arcade past. I wish SEGA West had a English version of this SEGA Arcade Game History on their site, but whatcha gonna do, right?

[Via: Arcade Heroes]


5 responses to “SEGA launches ‘SEGA Arcade Game History’ interactive site

  1. FlareHabanero says:

    Hope you know your Japanese!

  2. jimi Andreas says:

    i love how thay have a game call”superbowl”and its a bowling game!

  3. jimi Andreas says:

    oh yeah and i actually own the standing cabinet of turbo……pretty fun actually

  4. Kurasiu says:

    This is actually pretty awesome, I didn’t know some of the games presented there. Hoping for an English version as well!

  5. Bowling says:

    Missing many Arcade games up there.

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