Here’s more follow-up on the AOU 2011 expo and today we have more to watch in terms of videos!click below for videos of Let’s Go Island 3D, Chaos Code, Taito’s booth, NESiCAXLIVE, Aquapazza, Tekken Tag 2, Koihime Dream and more!
If you want to know what it’s like to wander around the show floor, then I would say this is the video to watch as that’s all it is – walking around AOU 2011. It certainly gives you a feel for navigating through the throngs of people that were there.
Sega’s Let’s Go Island 3D – Just in case we haven’t emphasized the whole 52″ 3D screen that requires no glasses enough yet, here’s a video showing it off for the first time.
Here is a direct trailer of LGI3D but I don’t have a pair of red/blue 3D glasses to test it out with.
Sega also had a new version of their Project DIVA Arcade machine there
Everyone seemed to have a fighter game at AOU and Sega was no exception. Here is their latest 2D fighter running off Ringwide, Chaos Code. One thing I’m not sure about is how this game is related to Project Cerebus – either they are based in the same “universe” or this is what PC became.
One thing I am surprised to NOT see is Initial D6. That was on test a short time ago and Sega has it slated for an early March release in Japan, so I wonder why they decided not to show it off?
Taito Booth Tour – Includes footage of the new Haunted Museum II (known as Panic Museum everywhere else), Music Gun Gun 2, NESiCA and more.
Speaking of Taito, Arcade Belgium has a trailer for their new Sonic Blast Heroes that was at the show. It seems like a slightly less weird version of the Dining Table game they had been pushing the past couple of years; I think this is a game that would probably do well overseas. I’m a little surprised to see that Darius wasn’t there, it may have been released already but it’s only about a month and a half old.
One thing Taito was really pushing at AOU was their NESiCAxLIVE platform. Here is a video showing a nice chunk of their line-up for this system so far, it certainly has a solid roster of games. Now we just need it outside of Japan.
Here’s a video of the new 2D fighter by Examu, Aquapazza
And for the heck of it, some more Tekken Tag Tournament 2
And while we’re at it with the fighters, some Koihime Dream