you now, when i was little i used to spend a crazy amount of time in arcades. with all the new shit coming out, arcades have been pushed aside. now there’s obviously only so much dance dance revolution we can handle, but come on!
anyway. deep breath. sega, and companies like them, have been keeping the love alive in japan. japan has everything! kotaku though, brings me this news:
The second largest economy in the world, China is ripe for the picking — or so Sega apparently thinks. Starting next spring, the Tokyo-base game company, known for arcade classics like Out Run and Virtua Fighter, will begin selling its titles and creating new games in China. Sega is currently working with investment and joint-venture companies.
sigh. almost like my birthday.