AOU2012 Mega Videos Post

arcadehero February 18, 2012 3
AOU2012 Mega Videos Post

Now that a little time has passed, here come the videos from the AOU event taking place in Japan this week, with enough footage to keep anyone busy for a little while. The only thing I have not found so far is a video of Namco’s Big Bang Smash, but I’ll add that if one is uploaded soon.

Let’s start with a short overview video from the event.

Namco’s Mobile Suit Gundam EX VS Full Boost Trailer

Sega’s MaiMai being played perfectly

Who wants 40 minutes of the new Dance Evolution Arcade? If that is you, here’s a video for you. Or if you want it quick and dirty, there is the video right after it that’s only a couple of minutes long

Konami Event at AOU

Jubeat Copious Append

Namco’s Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 AOU Tournament Final. Give it a few minutes for the race to actually start.

Touch the Numbers Arcade. Very simple in nature but looks like it would be a lot of fun as a competitive game. To improve the single player, just add a “ghost” mode where you compete against others who have already played. This could work on something like TouchFX.

Game Center/Arcade Love 4 player game that is a launch title for Sega’s new arcade download service

Cave’s Dodonpachi Saidaioujou

More from the Under Night In-Birth, from the makers of Melty Blood Actress

Sega’s most recent version of Border Break

Special Shining Force Cross Elysium video link here, just for ECM


  1. ECM February 18, 2012 at 5:18 pm - Reply

    Thanks 🙂

    You can also add Border Break to the list of games that would get me in a bloody arcade more than every other odd blue moon (it’s been out for what? Ever? So the odds of this happening are about as good as Shining Cross happening 🙁

    • arcadehero February 18, 2012 at 5:36 pm - Reply

      Yeah it’s been out forever now – up to version 2.7 as of AOU. I also would love to check out Steel Chronicle that Konami has made as competition to BB, that one seems to have a little EDF flare to it as well.

  2. Arcades4ever February 18, 2012 at 5:35 pm - Reply

    Maimai cabinet is bigger than I thought. I love to have a go at it but unfortunatly like many great game like this only stay in japan, if only they’d westernise it a little or maybe if sega of america or europe created a localised version then I’m sure it would be good and including songs from classic michael jackson to lady gaga and eminen etc they’d have a winner. Would so love to play after seeing it in action 🙁

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