Sega R360

Twisted Supreme October 23, 2007 0


After the post a few days ago about Mobile Suit Gundam: Bonds of the Battlefield, one of readers sent us this picture of Sega’s R-360 taken back in the nineties at Skylon Tower and whoever is playing it seems to be enjoying themselves too. For anyone not familiar with game check out this little run down via KLOV…..


Manufacturer: Sega
Year: 1991
Class: Wide Release
Genre: Simulator
Type: Videogame

Orientation: Horizontal
Type: Raster: Standard Resolution
CRT: Color
Conversion Class: Sega Galaxy Force
Number of Simultaneous Players: 1
Maximum number of Players: 1
Gameplay: Single
Control Panel Layout: Single Player
Throttle Lever with thumb button
Joystick: Analog with trigger and thumb button
Backlit Buttons: 1

R-360 is an air combat simulator where players ride in the cabinet that simulates the movements of a jet fighter and makes 360 degree rotations.

The cabinet has specially designed security features to assure rider and viewer safety. Included are an attendant station, a seat belt, shoulder restraints, a player-actuated emergency stop button, safety sensors, and a plexiglass security fence.
This unique cabinet is used to run enhanced versions of G-LOC or Strike Fighter (1991).

[Thanks to Sara for the great photo]

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