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Andamiro finishes Pump It Up Pro 2; DDR X2 tested in the US

Shaggy July 22, 2010 0

Now for some music game news. First off, Andamiro has finally released Pump It Up Pro 2. The game was first seen at Amusement Expo 2010, where it was well-received by fans and since

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Sony's Raymodeler 3D – a display system for future arcades?

Shaggy July 22, 2010 1

In my mind, one thing that can help set an arcade apart, beyond the game itself or unique controls is the type of display used. In classic era most stuff was raster-based and arcade

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Seen at Hollywood Bowl, UK – Beatbox Recording Studio

Shaggy July 20, 2010 3

(Thanks to Kieran for the tip and photos) You might recall that back in 2009, Raw Thrills had been looking into releasing an American Idol game, where a person would record themselves singing, being

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Namco patents reveal work on new stereoscopic and motion-sensing technologies

Shaggy July 17, 2010 0

AM Net this morning has linked to a document discussing some new patents that Namco has won and as always, with new patents comes the speculation as we ponder about new content which they

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CAVE tests new shmup "Red Sword" in Japan

Shaggy July 17, 2010 2

CAVE has a new shmup they are testing in Japan, called Red Sword (or Red Katana if you want to make it sound cool).  It’s not surprising news that Cave has a new shooter

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Gamepro does a podcast on California Extreme

Shaggy July 17, 2010 0

Newsfeed 860 via When I was a kid, I enjoyed reading the game magazine Gamepro. In the days before the internet was in everyone’s home, it was the only place I got news on

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An update to the Galloping Ghost Arcade, with an opening date and video

Shaggy July 14, 2010 3

(Thanks to Shane Muir and Aaron Auzins for the info) A short time ago we revealed that a new arcade location was in the works in Brookfield, IL USA. You can read that initial

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Update on Metal Gear Arcade from the Japanese location test

Shaggy July 10, 2010 0

We have a few new details on Konami’s Metal Gear Arcade, which we reported just a couple of days ago would be getting a location test this week. The most significant change to the

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The arcade presence at the "It's All Fun and Games" exhibition in Bradford, UK

Shaggy July 8, 2010 1

The National Media Museum in Bradford, UK has a relatively new exhibit on display known as The Games Lounge. As the name implies, it is an exhibit which features video games which in addition

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Konami releases Dance Dance Revolution X2 in Japan; begins testing new Pop N' Music Tune Street tomorrow

Shaggy July 7, 2010 0

It’s another great day for Bemani fans as Konami Japan keeps rolling out new games. First the latest DDR title, DDRX2 was released in Japan today. In addition to new modes of play, new

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Taito’s new trailer for Gaia Attack 4

Shaggy June 18, 2010 5

It’s been a few months since we first saw Taito’s newest foray into the realm of light-gun shooters, Gaia Attack 4 and today they released a full trailer for the title on their Japanese

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"Vulcan-X" looks to steal Vulcan-M's thunder

Shaggy June 8, 2010 0

Via It wasn’t too long ago that we first heard about Vulcan-M, a new light-gun title by Korean company Rassen. It already has a competitor with Vulcan-X by ChinaAmuse. Like Vulcan-M the game has

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