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Pac-Man Goes AR With Pac In Town

Pac-Man Goes AR With Pac In Town

arcadehero January 5, 2018 0

If you’re into the somewhat obscure parts of arcade history, then you might recall that during the first run of VR amusement tech in the 1990s that Pac-Man VR was a real thing. It

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Mini-documentary: Inside Tokyo’s Long Love Affair With Dance Dance Revolution

Mini-documentary: Inside Tokyo’s Long Love Affair With Dance Dance Revolution

arcadehero August 17, 2016 1

(Thanks to Venumspyder for the tip) It goes without saying that Konami’s Dance Dance Revolution arcade series has been a phenomenon all over the world since it was introduced in the late 90s. Interest has

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The Zero Latency VR Arena Now Open At The Tokyo Joypolis

The Zero Latency VR Arena Now Open At The Tokyo Joypolis

arcadehero July 21, 2016 5

Newsfeed link via  As recently reported, Sega Japan and Australian based company Zero Latency were joining forces to provide VR entertainment for the Tokyo Joypolis venue in Japan. That facility is now open for

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Bandai Namco Opening VR Zone Project i Can In Tokyo This April

Bandai Namco Opening VR Zone Project i Can In Tokyo This April

arcadehero March 28, 2016 2

There have been “whispers” about more out-of-home amusement VR projects coming their way although it hasn’t entirely been clear who is working on what. With today’s news we can remove Bandai Namco Amusements off

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Newsbytes: Crossbeats and Pokken tests; Tokyo Arcades; Czech Arcade Museum; NTG#58

Newsbytes: Crossbeats and Pokken tests; Tokyo Arcades; Czech Arcade Museum; NTG#58

arcadehero September 19, 2015 3

Today’s Newsbytes post is brought you you by… Japan Crossbeats .REV Begins Testing At CA Round1USA locations – Naoki Meada, creator of DDR and the new Capcom arcade game Crossbeats .REV had mentioned that

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Sega Launches Transformers Human Alliance Special At the Tokyo Joypolis

Sega Launches Transformers Human Alliance Special At the Tokyo Joypolis

arcadehero July 19, 2015 10

Through Sega’s history, they have launched a variety of games as Medium scale attractions – not necessarily something that would fill up a huge space in an amusement park like a ride but not

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