Amusement Expo 2011- Photos

arcadehero March 8, 2011 5

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As is customary following a show, arcade news seems to slow down to a trickle for a while. So while we wait for some more news, here is some pictures from Amusement Expo 2011, taken by Kevin Williams of The Stinger Report. If you haven’t already, read my previous impressions of the show here or watch some videos I made at the event. Click below for the pics, which does include a few things which I didn’t get capture any footage of.

Frightmareland

DJ MAX Technika 2 Solo – Bemanistyle.com has numerous details on the features for this game.

Fruit Ninja FX

Robo Restle

A robotic demonstration by IRRobot

Pump It Up CX & TX cabinets

Let’s Go Island

Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Arcade

Super Monkey Ball Ticket Blitz & Sonic Air Hockey

Sega Golden Gun

Dead Heat

Pac-Man’s Arcade Party (Upright and cocktail)

Super Cars, Big Buck World, Super Bikes, H2Overdrive, Terminator Salvation

Dance Dance Revolution X2

Friction kit version

Rolling Stones Pinball

Golden Tee 2011, Silver Strike, Target Toss

Price Is Right Shell Game, Frogger

Stomper DLX

Not sure why anyone bothers to fill machines up with tickets at these shows.

Thanks Kevin!


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  1. MasterFygar March 9, 2011 at 6:07 pm - Reply

    Cool stuff! I’m guessing from the lack of pics that the new Gundam pods were not on display yet by showtime. Does anybody have any idea where to purchase any of the older or new ones?

    • arcadehero March 10, 2011 at 10:16 am - Reply

      Gundam pods are Japan only, this show was a US one. I can certainly imagine the hype that would have taken place had Namco brought a few of those over!

      • MasterFygar March 10, 2011 at 2:04 pm - Reply

        Ah, I thought this was a worldwide show. I’d still love to get some of those as imports. Do you know anything about CoinOpExpress? They have them in stock sometimes but I’m hesitant to buy from a foreign reseller without knowing of their reputation.

        • arcadehero March 10, 2011 at 2:45 pm -

          IAAPA (in November) is worldwide but Amusement Expo is more US-centric.

          Yeah I’ve heard of COE, never dealt with them but as far as I’ve heard, they are legit. Shipping on those Gundam pods is going to be a nightmare but if any ever made their way to the States, it would be very awesome!

        • MasterFygar March 10, 2011 at 6:05 pm -

          Thanks, glad to hear they’re legit. It would indeed be a nightmare but since many of the games at the location would be what I already have in my collection, if it kicks off as well as I think I will I would totally direct profits towards the purchase of some of those. It’s not fair to us east coasters to keep the coolest cab overseas forever!

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