Another piece of news from Coin-Op News. Looks like Namco are doing to thier other 4 player cabs what they did with Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, read on…….
“Namco Europe has announced details of several new additions to its Fun Factory collection of family amusements games. At least seven new products will be revealed for the first time when they make their maiden trade show appearance on the stand of UK distributor Brent Sales at October’s Preview exhibition in London.
On show for the first time will be centrepiece Superdeluxe formats of the recently released video drivers, Namco’s Maximum Tune 3 and Raw Thrills’ Fast & Furious Drift, both of which comprise four-unit banks set on a purpose built platform featuring overhead displays, graphics and lighting effect.
A brand new skill vendor from Bandai Namco Games has arrived and test figures show a rise to the top of income charts at some notable seasonal locations in 2007. Another new BNG product is a 100 per cent skill two-player prize vendor, which has passed a rigorous technical and income test programme and makes its Preview debut in full production format.”