It’s become tradition for us to share with you pictures of a trade show event provided to us by The Stinger Report and with this week’s EAG 2011, we’re happy to continue with that trend. If you haven’t already, make sure you read our full report by Nick Thorpe (Heavy Electricity) where you can read all about the games and how they play. You can also watch a video of many of these same games here.
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Here’s the order of companies posted: Sega, Raw Thrills, Namco, Taito, Adrenaline Amusements, Pentavision Global, Konami, Andamiro, Stern, Bifuca, InJoy, Quasimoto Interactive, Simuline, Trio-Tech. Click on the images for a full view.
One of the newest games at the show and reportedly the most popular, Sega’s Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Arcade was on-hand at EAG with some different features than what was seen at the recent location test in Illinois. The game has an optional ticket redemption feature which will be an appealing feature for some. 8 units were linked together at EAG for a full race; Sega has certainly 1upped everyone else on the cabinet lighting for this game as well.
Sega also had GRID on hand. I just got an e-mail from Sega Amusements USA yesterday stating that the game has sold out in the US, which is always a good sign for any game.
Sega’s Golden Gun
Raw Thrills’ Fast And Furious Super Cars. EAG saw the introduction of a new 42″ model, which I heard about at IAAPA.
Raw Thrills’ Super Bikes 2 and Terminator Salvation
Namco’s Dead Heat
Namco had Pac-Man’s Arcade Party there in it’s two cabinet flavors along with the newly released Pac-Man Battle Royale
Namco’s Deadstorm Pirates
Taito’s Elevator Action: Death Parade. As we reported, this game is now available in the UK and the US. Unfortunately Darius Burst Another Chronicle wasn’t at the show.
Taito’s Panic Museum and Konami’s GTI Club. The second picture is a larger version of Panic Museum that uses Taito’s new machine gun design that was also seen on test for a special version of Elevator Action: Death Parade (which reportedly was canceled as the game didn’t work out too well with a machine gun)
Taito’s Battle Gear 4 Tuned 2010 running in a D1GP cabinet. We haven’t really heard anything about this one which while released last year has kept a pretty low profile.
Taito’s Hopping Road
Adrenaline Amusement’s TouchFX. Since IAAPA they have announced another game for this, Age of Zombies.
Pentavision Global’s DJ Max Technika 2
Konami’s Dance Dance Revolution X2
Andamiro’s Pump It Up Pro 2 in the new TX model cabinet, followed by Pump It Up Fiesta 2010. This is not the new GX model that was announced at the show.
Stern Pinball’s The Rolling Stones
Bifuca brought along some virtual pinball machines, below is their latest model Pinballtronic. While such setups have yet to make a dent against “live” pinball, they are resilient in sticking with the idea.
InJoy’s PowerBoat GT
Quasimoto Interactive’s Let’s Kinect Game Gate unit. We saw these at IAAPA 2010, they integrate a Microsoft Kinect into the cabinet and allow operators to run those games on-site legally.
The European version of the pedestal cabinets for games by Incredible Technologies
Simuline’s X-Rider 4D ride. I tried this out at IAAPA and while fun I was surprised by how hard it would jolt you at times.
TrioTech’s Stomper DLX. It doesn’t look like much in the picture but there is an interactive image on the floor of this game.