Yesterday, AH writer HeavyElectricity published the first part of his report on the Sega Amusements 2010 Product launch, where you can get a great preview at what Sega and Namco is bringing to market at the end of this year. As it turns out, Namco/Brent Sales decided to hold a product open day on the same day and Kevin Williams of The Stinger Report and Nik Thorpe of Arcade Heroes met up to check out both shows. Nik will be posting his thoughts and details on this later today, and in this present post you can get a view of both shows thanks to Kevin Williams.
First is Sega:
Proof positive that not everything looks better in the 3D
Sega’s new shooter and sequel to Let’s Go Jungle, Let’s Go Island. You can see AH writer Nik giving the game a go below.
Paul Williams, head of Sega Amusements USA plays the new GRID with five others. I like the redesigned Sega Racing Classic cabinet they are using here.
Sega Racing Classic and HUMMER, which were released earlier this year.
The Game Gate VU beckons players to try some console gaming at the arcade
While we had thought that only Sega was going to be showing off some new products on the 22nd, it turns out that Namco/Brent Sales was ready to show off some of their new content as well.
This is the first sighting of Namco’s Dead Heat in Europe.
Also, it’s the first sighting of Raw Thrills’ Super Bikes 2 in the territory.
Deadstorm Pirates (and Tank! Tank! Tank!) were also there to play
Terminator Salvation and H2Overdrive
Redemption game Pocket Typhoon
Once again thanks to Kevin Williams for the pictures, be sure to visit his site, The Stinger Report and sign up for his industry newsletter if you haven’t already. Also, stay tuned for impressions on these games from Arcade Heroes writer Nik Thorpe, coming later today.